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Tuesday, November 22, 2005
Calling All Sports Scene Investigators Let's hope this is a premature burial, and the Eagles come back to life. But since that seems doubtful, let's step back and review the evidence, then issue a coroner's report: Did this season die an accidental death? Or are there guilty parties? Feel free to be a witness on any these exhibits we've tagged. 1. Lis Franc foot sprain. If not for this injury in the NFC championship game, clutch receiver Chad Lewis might have helped the Eagles win the Super Bowl. Then, what would this season even have mattered?