Reid takes responsibility for loss

The hot seat just got hotter for Eagles head coach Andy Reid after a 31-14 loss to the Seahawks. (Ron Cortes / Staff Photographer)

SEATTLE -- Andy Reid offered his usual fare at his postgame news conference after the Eagles' 31-14 loss at Seattle tonight.

"Compliments to the Seahawks," Reid said. "Four turnovers, it's tough to win football game. We have to do a better job as a football team. It's my responsibility to get that done. I thought we played hard. We have to put them in posiion to make plays and they have to make plays."

Reid was asked if his players were playing hard. He scoffed at that suggestion.

"I have good guys," Reid said. "I can't complain about the effort or work ethic. I have to put them in better posiion to make plays."

Reid reported that special-teams ace Colt Anderson likely has a torn ACL and that Nnamdi Asomugha suffered a stinger and concussion.