It was a heart-pounding loss that ended in strange and anti-climatic conditions. The reigning champion of the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl will defend the crown no more after the 20-14 defeat against the Saints of New Orleans. What happened and where do we go from here? This is what we try to understand on The Kist & Solak Show # 70.
A call that has been the subject of heated debate is the decision to play a game before the two minutes of warning at the end of the game. This comedy caused an interception that bounced off of Alshon Jeffery and in the hands of Marshon Lattimore. Let's face this point of discussion, but my considerations on this merit being mentioned here.
(warning: NSFW language? Is the word "d" a curse in this context?)
The idea that the Eagles should be running on the 27-yard line with the 2nd and 10th will also be launched. We take care of this and the rest of the factors that have influenced the game. We break down the fast start of Nick Foles and his shaky stretch, the problems in the secondary, the pile of injuries and how he played a role, and much more.
Reminder: we will have a lot of content for you in the off season. I will be at the practices of the East-West shrine and I will also meet Benjamin Solak during the Senior Bowl week. The shows will continue to turn on a solid frequency.
For now, you can listen to The Kist & Solak Show # 70 on the media player or you can click here if the player does not load. FLY EAGLES VOLA!