FROM THE INQUIRER
- The Eagles' 31-6 loss to the Redskins was a new low for this season and the Andy Reid era.
- Todd Bowles tried changing the wide-nine to play differently than the way Jim Washburns wants.
- Against a bad team, the Eagles appeared even worse, writes Bob Ford.
- The Eagles' losing ways could linger beyond this season, writes Phil Sheridan.
FROM BIRDS' EYE VIEW
- Players are also sensing that the end is near for Andy Reid.
- LeSean McCoy suffers a concussion, and other notes.
- Jeff McLane's weekly up/down drill.