Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Reid happy with win, not with turnovers

Andy Reid, after the Eagles' 24-23 win over the Ravens on Sunday afternoon, lamented his team's turnovers but was happy with the final result.

Reid happy with win, not with turnovers

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Michael Vick threw two interceptions in the Eagles´ win over the Ravens. (David Maialetti/Staff Photographer)
Michael Vick threw two interceptions in the Eagles' win over the Ravens. (David Maialetti/Staff Photographer)

Andy Reid, after the Eagles' 24-23 win over the Ravens on Sunday afternoon, lamented his team's turnovers but was happy with the final result.

"Well, I'd like ot see what it loks like when you don't have turnovers," Reid said. "We could be a very explosive team. The turnovers are the things that get you. You can't do that. We all know that. We got to eliminate that and get better."

Reid paid a compliment to his offense, too. "Michael [Vick] and the whole offense continued to battle," Reid said. "This was aa good football team John [Harbaugh] has. This was a good win for us. We know we're playing a good football coming up in Arizona.

"The crowd was unbelievable. They were definitely the 12th man. Our defensive again played stout and aggressive."

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