VIDEO: DeSean Jackson's Postgame Interview Gone Wrong

The Philadelphia Eagles have a lot of individual talent but they clearly can't play as a team and that was visible when Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch ran into the Eagles defensive line where it seems like every Philly defender converged until we saw Lynch pop out the other side and scamper in for a 15-yard touchdown. Head coach Andy Reid was questioned several times about this play, and whether the effort was there, but Reid couldn't give an answer for his team's 31-14 loss to the Seahawks.

But Reid wasn't the only ones getting questions about the Eagles effort. DeSean Jackson, who seemed distant from his teammates throughout the game, was grilled after the game on his attitude and the apparent cold-shoulder he gave Vince Young. '

Clearly, he didn't like the line of questioning -- so he walked out. Here's the postgame video:


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