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  • who's most to blame for Philly struggles?

  • What is going on with this team?

  • Carson Wentz.

  • I mean, like, how many times do I have to say it when you get paid 131 100 over 101 $100 million when you get paid $100 million plus and a guarantee is a quarterback, you are expected to make up for problems on your team, Not be the problem on your team.

  • And what do I mean by this?

  • Um, third and three, it's the first Siris for the Eagles on the Giants.

  • 22 third and three.

  • Carson Wentz is locked in on rigor.

  • Right?

  • You see him?

  • He goes to throw.

  • He pulls it back.

  • I thought Dan would appreciate this.

  • I was thinking, What's Dan Orlovsky thinking right now?

  • He pulls it back, but he stays locked in on him, right, and he tries to force it.

  • He did not convert one third down pass, not convert, get a first down.

  • He didn't complete a pass short of the stick like he did nothing on third down.

  • Dan, this is a guy who was the best third down passer in the league a couple of years ago when I thought he was the M v P until he got hurt.

  • That means consistent regression.

  • It's not just what's around him, and if he feels he has to do Mawr to compensate because there's not enough around him.

  • He was playing to win Giants team.

  • I know they compete, but they lose a lot.

  • The Giants, then This is what they have to be emphasizing.

  • I'm sure during the week, right?

  • Like, don't trust.

  • We just need you to not try to do too much all the time.

  • Remember what happened last week?

  • He gets in post game press and he's talking about this Probably always gonna be my problem throughout my great.

  • This is just the way we do things around here.

  • Really, Because a couple weeks ago I said, given his level of talent in his age, it would be irresponsible, like to move on from him.

  • And then I said, Then a couple weeks later, I'm like, You know what?

  • You're gonna have to sit Carson Wentz down.

  • He has to be held accountable, and I referenced Donovan McNabb being sat one year, and then he took his team to the NFC championship game.

  • There's no accountability for once on this team.

  • I don't know if it's because he has the owners here or what it is, but there's no accountability.

  • He could basically do whatever he wants, which is why the kind of mistakes he makes don't get fixed.

  • He was once again outplayed by the opposing quarterback he has outplayed every single week by the opposing quarterback.

  • He's never posted a quarterback rating better than the opponent this year.

  • Never, not one time.

  • He's 31st in impasse, aerating this year.

  • So I like.

  • And by the way I identified the regression in the in the second half of last.

  • I'm actually proud of myself.

  • I apparently sought, and Orlowski, who's one of the best, didn't see it.

  • It was regression and its continued.

  • The trend has continued, of course.

  • Whence is the problem well, but first of all, you're always inexplicably proud of yourself.

  • Let's not act like that's new.

  • You're proud of yourself every moment of every day.

  • That's number one.

  • Number two.

  • It's always ah, hard subject for me to tackle on this show.

  • Molly Dan Orlovsky, when it comes to Max because on one hand, I totally disagree with him about Carson Wentz.

  • On the other hand, I'm so proud of him for sticking to this one point.

  • It almost brings tears to my eyes.

  • He has not wavered, Not one bit.

  • The ultimate waffler has not wavered.

  • He has been supporting his position about Carson Wentz, and it makes, and it makes me so proud of him that he hasn't danced like the late Fred Astaire or moonwalk like Michael Jackson.

  • I got to get Max credit for that.

  • He is consistent with this Carson Wentz thing, but he's wrong.

  • And here's why.

  • He's wrong.

  • Max Kellerman.

  • Yesterday, Carson Wentz got popped 13 times, 13 times.

  • This man got hit yesterday, okay?

  • I mean, they were all over him.

  • There was no protection from the offensive line.

  • You had Jason Kelsey out of the shotgun spot that couldn't snap the damn ball high enough.

  • Okay?

  • Kept.

  • Kept snapping the ball low.

  • That was problematic.

  • They don't protect them.

  • The receivers aren't getting open all the time.

  • Sometimes they open, and Carson Wentz does miss them.

  • But obviously most of the time that's not the case.

  • And then you got the combination of Sanders and Scott running the football.

  • Is there something wrong?

  • I mean, the mall Sanders do something to somebody, The brothers averaging about six yards a carry.

  • He averaged about 5.7 yards a carry yesterday.

  • And, oh, by the way, the combination of the two was running the football effectively.

  • Yet Doug Peterson decided to give them the ball 18 times.

  • You would think the way that Carson Wentz has been playing, the way that he has struggled, how you got somebody like Max talking to them every single damn week.

  • Sometimes he gives them reasons to do so.

  • Sometimes he does it.

  • He got problems in your offensive line.

  • You would think in terms of pass protection, you would think you would run the football more.

  • But you never had.

  • Did you all know that Miles Sanders has never had a 20 carry game in his entire 23 game career in the National Football League?

  • I don't know what the hell Doug Peterson is thinking.

  • We ain't even getting into the defense.

  • We're not even getting into how their linebackers look.

  • We don't even know what they have one.

  • We don't even think about what the secondary Looks like everything seemed discombobulated.

  • And that's why, before I even get to Carson Wentz, I gotta get to Doug Peterson.

  • Listen, I like the man.

  • I'm fonder of him.

  • I think about him.

  • Winning the Super Bowl with Nick Foles is his quarterback.

  • But ever since that time, let's take into account and just really Neil it down here, guys, this problem at the quarterback position, this problem at the offensive line position, this problem with your decision making because you don't run the football as much as you should.

  • Um, this problem on the defensive side of the ball, particularly with your linebackers in your secondary, This problem schematically.

  • Damn, that's a whole lot of problems.

  • I mean, on both sides of the ball.

  • It would be one thing if this is one thing where I could point toe the offensive line coach.

  • But it's one thing where I component to the secondary coach order, defensive coordinator or the offensive coordinator.

  • Everywhere you look with the Philadelphia Eagles, there's a problem, and that's why I think Doug Peterson is in a world off trouble.

  • The way things are going right now.

  • If it was just the quarterback it would be cost and went.

  • But because of all of those things right now, if Doug Peterson doesn't get this shit turned in the right direction, he might be out of a job at the end of this season.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/16
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