January 3, 2013

January 2, 2013
Happy Trails, Andy

So while it goes without saying that his shoddy playcalling, inability to adjust on the fly, refusal to run the ball, clock mismanagement, and canned media answers will not be missed, Andy Reid was the most successful coach in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles.

He never fulfilled his goal of winning a Super Bowl in Philly, but closer than anyone before him. Andy Reid is respected here.

October 3, 2012

#20

October 3, 2012
Eagles vs. Giants

willdo:

This is a pretty good summary of the game.

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Okay, maybe not.

September 18, 2012
"They’re like fans, kind of though. I’ll be honest, they’re like fans. One of the refs was talking about his fantasy team, like ‘McCoy, come on, I need you for my fantasy,’ ahhh, what?!"

LeSean McCoy talking about the NFL replacement refs

September 11, 2012
Trent Richardson decapitates an Eagle

cbssports:

September 11, 2012

juuudez:

David Akers’ 63 yard FG ties league record! Only other kickers to do it was Tom Dempsey, Jason Elam and Sebastian Janikowski.

September 10, 2012
"Oh man, I gotta get out of Cleveland."

— Michael Vick, after throwing four interceptions against the Browns. How the hell did the Eagles win this one? 

July 19, 2012
"When I look at our football team and what we have on paper, I think about when I was growing up and the great San Francisco 49er teams, the great Green Bay Packer teams, and the great Dallas Cowboy teams, how they just positioned themselves to compete and be one of the best teams out there. I think we have a chance to be that. I think we have a chance to develop a dynasty."

Michael Vick

Kind of been taken out of context, but please win something before making another ridiculous ‘Dream Team’ sentiment.

2011: Dream Team

2012: Dynasty

2013: Disaster (?)

(Source: deadspin.com)

June 25, 2012
Jerome Brown died 20 years ago today