Reid says quitting would be a "cop-out"
By Don Voltz

Eagles coach Andy Reid knows his team has left the Delaware Valley in a state of frustration and he isn't happy about it.

He's also not thinking about walking away from it.

"I'm standing in front of the team and telling them these are things we need to do, one of which is to continue to battle. And so, that would be, I think that would be a cop-out. That's not how I see things. I'm not, that's not the way I'm wired."

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Reid says he still thinks the problems are fixable, even though they are many and they seem to be getting worse.

Reid cited giving up big plays, turnovers, and an anemic offense as some of the problems that need to corrected.

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