2. Brian Johnson, Offensive Coordinator
The Philadelphia Eagles were one of the NFL's most efficient and dominant offenses all of last season, including in a lost shootout against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. But that was the offense being run by Shane Steichen, who has proven to be a much bigger loss than anyone probably anticipated.
And the fact that the Eagles' offense has been struggling a bit situationally this year (to say the least) while the Indianapolis Colts have been overachieving pretty much all year should come as no surprise to anyone.
Brian Johnson has come under fire quite a bit as of late with Eagles fans wondering if Nick Sirianni is going to consider making a change at offensive coordinator at any point in time, and that doesn't appear to be the case.
In two of their biggest games of the season, the Eagles have been absolutely shredded. Turnovers have played a part in that, but to score just 32 combined points against both the 49ers and Cowboys in consecutive games? That's not going to cut it in the playoffs.