The problems with the Eagles' run offense have been and will continue to be dissected, but running back Brian Westbrook made the point today that his team has the same problem as a bachelor resisting marriage: a lack of committment.
"We don't always have it, no," Westbrook said. "At some points in some games we have it, at some points in other games we don't. I think that there are situations at times when we probably should have more commitment to the run."
You got the impression that Westbrook felt one of those times was Sunday when he carried 13 times for 26 yards in a 36-31 loss to the New York Giants. Westbrook, however, refused to speak specifically about the Giants' game.
"I'm not even going to look back at the New York game," Westbrook said. "We're going to look forward to the Bengals and try to move on from there."