Embarrassed by the Steelers, the Eagles go back to the proverbial drawing board. And just what will Andy Reid doodle there?

The Dream Team woke up from their dream last night. And right into a nightmare.
If the Philadelphia Eagles start pointing fingers because of their crummy performance, I hope they’re pointing at their driver’s licenses.
The Eagles played uglier than eating Brussels sprouts in getting smacked down in the trough by the Steelers. The Birds’ starters were atrocious on both sides of the ball, losing 21-0 at halftime. The reserves did a tad better, cutting the deficit to 24-14 at the end. But the second half was as irrelevant as a covered wagon mechanic.
The Steelers totally dominated the Philly defense, running all over Heinz Field. Granted, Mike Patterson and Antonio Dixon, the defensive tackles who supposedly will play on most of the running downs this season, did not play. No matter. Guys who should step up were totally dominated.
And young linebackers Casey Matthews, Jamar Chaney and Moise Fokou couldn’t shed any blocks. Their LBs are fast, but are physical cupcakes and the Steelers gobbled them up like pastries.
With all that futility unfolding in front of them, the Superdooper Secondary kept getting strafed.
Then there was the inoffensive offense. Michael Vick threw three first picks in the first half, making terrible decisions that were dumber than asking your wife why she’s putting on weight. Vick reads defenses as if they were written in Aramaic. He twice threw interceptions into double coverage.
Yes, it was just a preseason game. Nevertheless, it was a sorry exhibition.