Things are not looking good for the Philadelphia Eagles if players are taking shots at each other.
ESPN reporter Josina Anderson dropped a bombshell earlier this week when she tweeted that one Philadelphia Eagles player told her that Howie Roseman “dropped the ball” by not trading for Jalen Ramsey.
“Well, with the team being 3-3, obviously, an Eagles source also talked to me about how that offense is functioning.”
“One of the things that they said is: ‘We need to make bleep simpler. Sometimes you just need to handle what is manageable.’ They said: ‘Even Peyton Manning knew when to check it down.’”
Carson Wentz right now is 38% on passes that travel 15 air yards, has three interceptions on passes like that, which is tied for most in the league. He also has 148 passes on those that are 10 yards or fewer. Right now he has nine touchdowns and zero interceptions like that. So I do think it is an apt point.”
That is a huge shot at Wentz, and assuming it’s a player on the same side of the ball, it’s going to spell a lot of trouble within that locker room.
The Eagles’ offense ranks ninth in scoring and Wentz has thrown 12 touchdowns compared to three interceptions this season.