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Eagles in the a.m. -- Sept. 24

FROM THE INQUIRER

Eagles in the a.m. -- Sept. 24

FROM THE INQUIRER

- There was much blame to go around after the Eagles' 27-6 loss to Arizona, with the biggest play a Michael Vick fumble at the end of the first half.

- Kevin Kolb got the better of old teammate Michael Vick, Jeff McLane writes.

- Many of Andy Reid's issues were apparent on Sunday, writes Phil Sheridan.

- DeSean Jackson was kept in check without Jeremy Maclin.

- A collection of Eagles notes, headlined by LeSean McCoy's limited carries.

FROM BIRDS' EYE VIEW

- Jeff McLane provides his weekly up/down drill.

- Observations from the beat writers on the Eagles' loss.

WHAT TO EXPECT TODAY

- Andy Reid speaks at noon. Follow Birds' Eye View for all of our coverage.

Zach Berman Inquirer Staff Writer
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