The Philadelphia Eagles are off to another rough start. After going 3-1, the Eagles have blown two straight fourth-quarter leads and head into their bye week 3-3.
With the Eagles sitting at .500, the question arises—should Andy Reid be fired?
Changes have already begun in Philadelphia. Reid fired defensive coordinator Juan Castillo early Tuesday afternoon.
"I put Juan in this situation and things didn't work out the way I had hoped," Reid said to ESPN. "I take full responsibility for putting him in that situation."
Castillo moved to defensive coordinator after 13 seasons as offensive line coach, a decision of Reid's that was heavily criticized.
However, many would say that the defense isn’t even the main problem. The offense is only averaging 17.2 points per game, 31st in the league, and the defense can’t stop anyone in the fourth quarter.
Could more changes be on the way if the Eagles go 3-5 or 3-6?
Here are three reasons why one of those changes should be the firing of Reid.