Chip Kelly's Record Doesn't LieChip Kelly won as Philadelphia Eagles' head coach, and then lost as the team's head of football operations.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of 2015The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Bedard: Patriots' Coaches Most To Blame For Loss To EaglesFelger & Massarotti welcomed Greg Bedard into studio on Tuesday to help sort out the mass.
Why The Patriots Were Stupid In Loss To EaglesZolak & Bertrand list the ways the Patriots were stupid in their 35-28 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Tom Brady Can't Do It Alone And Other Leftover Patriots ThoughtsWe now know that no win can be assumed to be a guarantee ... and the Patriots desperately need to figure out how to keep their quarterback upright.
Boomer Esiason Not Surprised With Bill Belichick's Trick Onside KickWhile Bill Belichick's call for an onside kick early against the Eagles left many puzzled with the decision, Boomer Esiason told Toucher & Rich he's never really surprised by anything Bill Belichick does.
Patriots Fans Still Hopeful After Tough Loss To EaglesThe New England Patriots' loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday was a real shock for Pats fans, who are accustomed to Tom Brady and company pulling out last-second wins nearly every week.
Tom Brady Shoulders Blame For Patriots Loss To Eagles: 'Bad Quarterbacking'While the New England special teams unit had an uncharacteristically bad game on Sunday, quarterback Tom Brady shouldered the blame for their 35-28 loss to the Eagles.
Ups & Downs: Patriots Special Teams Not Very Special In Loss To EaglesThe Ups and (mostly) Downs from New England's 35-28 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Recap: Patriots Suffer Shocking Loss To Eagles 35-28The Philadelphia Eagles roared back into contention in the shaky NFC East, rallying from a 14-0 deficit, scoring 35 consecutive points and then holding on for a wild 35-28 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Patriots-Eagles Live Blog: Pats Lose 35-28, 1st Back-To-Back Losses Since 2012Follow all the action from Sunday's Patriots-Eagles tilt at Gillette Stadium.
What To Watch For: Possible Return Of Collins, Amendola -- And More Bad OfficiatingWhat we'll be watching for when the Patriots host the Eagles on Sunday. We don't want to talk about bad officiating, but it's probably going to happen.