Shurmur took to the podium first to address what happened on offense. The Eagles' offensive coordinator took time to address how three-and-outs and turnovers impacted his unit's play, how he's using running backs LeSean McCoy, Darren Sproles and Chris Polk in different formations and if Shurmur, himself, is looking into becoming a head coach elsewhere in the NFL next season.
Shurmur ceded the podium to Davis to talk about his defense. Talking points covered by Davis include his belief in Bradley Fletcher at cornerback citing Sunday night as not being a good game for him, his belief that Trent Cole will play again this season either in Washington or East Rutherford and how his defensive unit is trained to play 80 snaps per game each week.
You can view both press conferences in their entirety below courtesy of PhiladelphiaEagles.com.