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Andy Reid stuck around after he was fired by the Philadelphia Eagles, meeting with players, encouraging staff and shaking hands with the man who let him go.
Andy Reid's worst coaching season with the Philadelphia Eagles ended Monday after 14 years when he was fired by owner Jeffrey Lurie, who said it was time "to move in a new direction."
A quick recap of the Redskins' 27-20 victory over the Eagles.
There's only one way an NFL team can string together six victories: By having the ability, as Robert Griffin III put it Sunday, to "win any kind of game we have to, whether it's high-scoring or low-scoring or a gut-wrencher" or (fill in the blank).
The footballs fluttered toward the end zone, one after the other, as the final seconds slipped away.
One Pennsylvania team down, one to go for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy promised "payback" and "punishment" for the Atlanta Falcons last week, and he and his Carolina teammates delivered on Sunday.
Brandon Meriweather returned to the Washington Redskins' defense two Sundays ago just long enough to tease them with hard evidence of what might have been.
Brandon Meriweather's impact was immediate and noticeable. An interception, a couple of pass break-ups and a handful of tackles made the Washington Redskins defense look totally different, until the safety tore the ACL in his right knee.
Brandon Meriweather shook off concern, and he wasn't just putting on a brave face for the cameras. The Washington Redskins' safety who left Sunday's game with a right knee injury told coach Mike Shanahan he wanted to go back in.
Look at the Philadelphia Eagles: Running back LeSean McCoy and wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are shiny weapons that should make gears click on offense pretty fast.
Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes that kept Dallas even through three quarters. Then the Cowboys let their defense and special teams run wild in the end zone to win big and pump some life back into the NFC East race.
Michael Vick will miss his third straight game because of broken ribs when the Eagles play at Seattle (4-7) on Thursday night.
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will not play against the New England Patriots because of broken ribs.