What Are Fans, Media Saying After Yet Another Eagles Primetime Loss?

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What Are Fans, Media Saying After Yet Another Eagles Primetime Loss?

The Philadelphia Eagles were disgraceful once again in prime time, blowing a 13-10 lead en route to a 34-13 loss in the most Eagles way possible. 

Three turnovers in three consecutive plays broke the game open in the third quarter, and the already sparse crowd in Lincoln Financial Field began to scatter. 

As has become the norm for this year's Eagles, a barrage of humiliating tweets were sent following another embarrassing loss. 

ESPN's Stats & Info reminded us that Philadelphia's futility is historic with this tweet:

That's what turnovers will do, I guess. 

Crazy how the Eagles have gone from Super Bowl contenders to an absolute abomination. 

After Thursday night's five-turnover monstrosity, Philly took the "lead" with 34 turnovers on the season, surpassing the Kansas City Chiefs' 33. CBS Sports' Clarke Judge may have just found the recipe for recent disaster for the Eagles:

Yeah, I'd say that's been a problem—a major problem. Their turnover differential is minus 22 in 2012.

As you can probably imagine, fans weren't bashful in chiming in. This tweet from KorkedBats put everything in perspective regarding the Eagles this year:

OK, maybe not the most imaginative tweet in history, but at this point, an attempt at humor may be the best medicine for Eagles fans. 

To keep it positive, Marc Lombardi sent out this optimistic tweet that the next coach in Philadelphia will undoubtedly like:

Good news, right? A high-profile offensive lineman would help. 

This next tweet...boy, John Burns is ticked about 2011 free-agent acquisition Nnamdi Asomugha, let's just say that:

Has Asomugha been a major disappointment for the Eagles? Sure. But is he of NFL caliber? Certainly. There's a chance Philadelphia will cut ties with him, but who's the replacement at corner?

Justin Bell simply felt disgraced to be a football fan after the season's final Thursday night game.

Can't blame him, really. 

Last and most definitely not least, Eric Evans gave his a succinct opinion on head coach Andy Reid:

That's an opinion one has to think many Eagles fans would agree with right now.

Lots of changes upcoming in Philadelphia.

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