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Sport Eagles will make major staff changes if team does not make playoff run

00:35  03 december  2019
00:35  03 december  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Making matters worse, Zach Ertz now has a severe case of the dropsies — Ertz dropped two balls versus Miami, including a would-be touchdown — and the coaching “They’ve been broken and flawed since training camp started and the decision was made to hold everybody out and get everybody ready.

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The Philadelphia Eagles are trending toward a very disappointing season, and changes may be afoot if things do not significant shift.

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According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Eagles will likely make “significant changes” to their coaching staff unless they turn things around and go on a playoff run this season.

Mortensen stressed that head coach Doug Pederson is likely safe. However, such a warning likely bodes poorly for the likes of defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, whose unit has been disappointing in 2019.

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The NFC East is still well within reach for the Eagles thanks to the Cowboys’ ongoing mediocrity. However, Philadelphia blew a huge chance to make up some ground in the division by losing to lowly Miami on Sunday in a game that saw them get fooled badly. Games like that are only going to accelerate the types of changes this report is referring to.

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