The Philadelphia Eagles lost more than just the game against the Washington Redskins on Sunday. After an apparent rib injury, starting quarterback Michael Vick left the field early on, and the Eagles had little choice but to bring in Philadelphia's original starting quarterback Kevin Kolb.
And he struggled.
This was supposed to be a game in which the Eagles could prove that they made the right decisions regarding their quarterback position. Instead they were left with another loss on their record.
Donovan McNabb had to have been left with an overwhelming sense of satisfaction.
But can we really blame Kevin Kolb for the Eagles all but lifeless offense?
We sure can, and here's why...