The Eagles have made a nice turn around and deserve a lot of credit for overcoming horrible games against the Bengals, Ravens and offensively against the Redskins. The Eagles simply don't have any big time receivers and drop too many passes. The don't run block all that well. They are not good enough in the red zone. They get inconsistent performance from their tight end position. Donovan is playing better but he still does not look good enough to win a Super Bowl, holding on to the ball too long, not using his legs enough, the tendency still toward inaccurate passes, inability to convert on third down, etc. Also, Donovan has still not proved he can play at the highest of levels in the biggest of big games. He didn't do it in three NFC Championship games or in the Super Bowl. Reid's play calling is still very troubling. I see this team as not talented enough to go the distance. I think they'll lose this week. If they somehow pull it out, it'll be a great win but I can't see them beating the Panthers in Carolina, winning their third road playoff game in a row. The Eagles had a chance to go out and get Tony Gonzolez, who would have significantly helped the offense. As usual with the Eagles, they didn't go quite enough to get themselves over the top. That will be the Reid/McNabb legacy: a nice run, good record and some nice accomplishments...but never good enough to win Philly fans a much deserved championship. If Reid can't accomplish that during his tenure in Philly, how great was he? How great has McNabb really been? He's been a good to very good QB. At times, he's been terrible. But overall, he's not a Hall of Famer.