Eagles | Offense sputters in the red zone
The Philadelphia Eagles reached the red zone eight times during their preseason game Friday, Aug. 13, but they scored just two touchdowns and settled for field goals, reports Jeff McLane, of the Philadelphia Inquirer. The quarterback's check downs almost always resulted in an incomplete pass, and they allowed two sacks, two penalties and one fumble while in the red zone. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said, "We moved the ball 324 yards in the first half, 496 in the game, and at the half we have 16 points? That's not right. We got to be greedy with those points."
2010-08-17 15:35:19 | Source: 1 No Source
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