Eagles in the a.m. -- Oct. 8

FROM THE INQUIRER

- The Eagles' 16-14 loss to the Steelers included a familar scenario and a different result, and the Eagles must realize they cannot survive the way they had been playing. 

- Michael Vick's fumbles cost the Eagles, writes Bob Ford.

- The defense had two third downs to stop the Steelers and couldn't make it work, writes Jeff McLane.

- The Eagles' defense needed to make one play and they failed to do so, writes Phil Sheridan.

- This notebook includes items on Andy Reid's timeouts, LeSean McCoy's carries and more.

FROM BIRDS' EYE VIEW

- Jeff McLane's weekly up/down drill.

- Who's to blame for the loss? McLane looks at that in this video.

- Observations of the game from The Inquirer's Eagles beat writers.

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