Two weeks ago, the Philadelphia Eagles appeared to be a football team that struggled to balance out the play calling on offenseùespecially when it came to running the ball. After SundayÆs 40-17 win over the New York Giants, the Eagles look like a completely different team, and it may have something to do with the play calling. Eagles head coach Andy Reid has been criticized at times throughout his career for his lack of running the ball on offense. In the teamÆs 13-9 loss to the Raiders, many wondered why the Eagles failed to run the ball more against a weak Raiders rush defense. While Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb found himself throwing the ball 46 times, the ground game saw just 14 rushing attempts the entire game. Since then, Reid has done a better job with the Eagles offense by ...
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