By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The wheels may be coming off of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Following a 45-17 beat down from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team’s second straight home loss in as many weeks, the players are apparently beginning to question one another.

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According to a report from Jeff McLane, an anonymous Eagles player believes running back DeMarco Murray might not be giving 100-percent effort on every play.

The play in question actually came last week against the Miami Dolphins. On a 3rd-and-1 handoff, Murray turned the corner and got the first down, but instead of attacking the cornerback on the edge for extra yardage he slid down and conceded the tackle.

“Well, when you see DeMarco sliding before getting hit, you tell me,” an anonymous player told McLane on Sunday after the loss to the Bucs. “Was that giving full effort? You see that [stuff], and it makes you wonder.”

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Head coach Chip Kelly is not questioning his team’s effort.

“I think when you watch the film the effort was there,” Kelly told the 94WIP Morning Show on Monday.

Connor Barwin, a rare Eagle who had a decent game on Sunday (6 tackles, 2 QB hits, 2 pass deflections), agrees with his coach…sort of.

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“I definitely wouldn’t say anybody quit out there,” Barwin told the 94WIP Mike & Ike Show on Monday. “And I think at times there are plays when all guys are playing with extreme effort and there’s a couple plays in there when you’ve got one or two guys that aren’t. That’s something we need to get fixed.”