Eagles 48-7 drubbing in New Orleans has fans doing some 'soul searching'

Tim Jimenez
November 19, 2018 - 11:38 am
New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara (41) runs the ball against Philadelphia Eagles strong safety Malcolm Jenkins (27) at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

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PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — The morning after an Eagles game, many die-hard fans will typically sport their gear: hats, jackets, something related to the Birds. 

But after their 48-7 loss to the new Orleans Saints, there wasn’t too much of that at 30th Street Station on Monday morning, compared to, let’s say, this time last year.

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Ray had his "Super Bowl Champions" winter hat on. When asked what could be done to right the ship, he shook his head

"If I had a good answer I would change the outcome of the team," he said. "But the only thing I can say is they’re not hungry anymore. They got their Super Bowl and they’re done."

Andrew from Williamstown, New Jersey, in his throwback Harold Carmichael jersey, had the same trademark Philly "optimisim."

"For them to climb out of this hole, it would take almost a miracle," he said.

But Andrew says a miracle can happen, especially with division games to be played. 

And whatever does happen, he says, no one can take away last season's Super Bowl.

"At least we finally got one, right? We can say that."