Warren Says Eagles Must Stop Turnovers

By David Robinett | drobinett@ktab.tv

Published 10/03 2013 09:20PM

Updated 10/03 2013 09:24PM

The Eagles are struggling this season to say the very least.

Except for the 1st game and last week's game, they have had a shot to win, but the constant in every game has been turnovers.

Head coach Steve Warren says when his guys stop giving the ball to the other team, the Eagles will start winning, again.

Coach Warren said, "You got to stay positive. You got to stay the course. Things haven't fallen our way. We've put the ball on the ground way too much. We've given the other team way too many opportunities, and at some point in time, when we stop doing that on a consistent basis, then we will will start winning. It really is just that simple. Turnovers have killed us all year long, and we've got to stop doing it."

The Eagles are fighting for the playoff lives. They kick Friday night at 7:30.

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