Jeffrey Lurie has a problem. It's right there on the front page of our Monday newspaper. It also was apparent on the front page of Monday's Philadelphia Daily News. Or perhaps better said, it's not there. talk that maybe the team should shelve Wentz for the rest of the season instead of risking him in front of banged -up offensive line, including right tackle Matt Tobin, a backup pressed into service who almost got the rookie signal caller killed in the final minute of Sunday's Redskins' game. Wentz was driving the Eagles to what could have been a signature comeback win. Instead, he got blindsided, coughed up the ball - and the game. The Redskins recovered, took a knee and walked off with a win they probably didn't deserve. Lurie now is facing perhaps the ultimate in Philly sports ignominy. His Eagles are no longer front page news.