The Philadelphia Eagles' 2010 season ended with a thud Sunday at the Linc. Let's take a quick look at what folks around the country are saying about their 21-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers:
Bob Ford, recently named the Pennsylvania sportswriter of year, said it's not quite as easy to find a scapegoat now that Donovan McNabb's gone.
Phil Sheridan of the Inquirer talks about all the questions the Eagles face heading into the offseason. And he brings up the possibility of replacing defensive coordinator Sean McDermott.
Rich Hofmann from the Daily News offered this take immediately following the game.
Tom Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News and ESPN's "Around the Horn" talks about how Michael Vick's season changed against Chicago in late November.
If you'd like to know more about James Starks and Tom Crabtree, I highly recommend this column from ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
Dan Wetzel did a really nice job on his Michael Vick column for Yahoo! Sports.
Andrew Perloff of SI.com wrote about a man named James Starks.
Don Banks from SI.com does an excellent job with his "Snap Judgments" column.
John Gonzalez of the Inquirer says this feeling is all too familiar to Eagles fans.
My colleague Kevin Seifert from the NFC North blog provides a good explanation for what Tramon Williams saw on Vick's final pass of the game.
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer also breaks down Vick's final throw.