When a team's top two receivers combine for two catches during a game when the quarterback attempts 46 passes, it's a problem. Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg did not hide from that fact after Jeremy Maclin (zero catches) and DeSean Jackson (two catches, five yards) were non-factors against the Redskins last week.
"That was terrible last game," Mornhinweg said. "That's my responsibility to get them the ball. That's my responsibility. Now they've got to do their part and all, but that's my responsibility."
When Mornhinweg was asked if Jackson and Maclin were open and Nick Foles didn't get them the ball, or whether they couldn't get open, Mornhinweg wouldn't get into specifics.
"We certainly had some opportunities," he said. "These are a couple of good playmakers that we have. I need to get [them the ball]. Let's make sure I'm crystal clear. It's not like we didn't try. So we've got to do a better job of getting the ball in their hands."