FROM THE INQUIRER
- There was no bravado in the Eagles' locker room, and the team is no longer talking about how good they are and instead realizing they are 3-3 after a 26-23 overtime loss to the Lions.
- The offensive line is the problem, writes Jeff McLane in "Inside the Eagles."
- Nothing about the Eagles makes much sense, writes Bob Ford.
- The pressure is now on Andy Reid, writes Phil Sheridan.
- Michael Vick's interception issues re-emerged on Sunday.
- The Eagles' defense is held without a sack -- again.
FROM BIRDS' EYE VIEW
- Observations from the beat writers from the Eagles-Lions game.
- Jeff McLane's weekly up/down drill.