"I think that'd be a cop-out," Reid said Monday, according to The Associated Press. "That's not how I see things. That's not the way I'm wired. We're going to keep battling and do it as a team. I'm not going to tell the guys one thing and then do the other."
Reid has been a survivor in 14 seasons in Philadelphia, but he's almost certainly out of a job, barring a miraculous late run by the Eagles. Owner Jeffrey Lurie is on record saying another 8-8 season would be "unacceptable." The Eagles (3-7) are unlikely to sniff .500, let alone exceed it.
"He's a competitive guy, and nobody wants to win more than Jeffrey," Reid said Monday. "I would tell you he's disappointed. I would tell you rightly so. He feels the same way we do that we're letting people down in this city and so on. So, that's what I can tell you."
Reid needs a fresh start. So do the Eagles. The rest of this misbegotten season is accompanied by a ticking clock.
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