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What…..The…… _______________?

The end of an era?  The closing of a chapter in Eagles lore?  Add another one to the, what could’ve been?  Simply embarrassing? All of the above appear to be yes.  In what can only be describe as pathetic, the Eagles TIED the one win Bengals in a joke of an offensive performance, as Donovan McNabb missed on THIRTY OF FIFTY EIGHT PASSES yesterday.

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And what is even more embarrassing then the 30 incompletions in one game, even more embarrassing then the fact that McNabb turned the ball over four times (and it easily should’ve been six), what is even more embarrassing then the fact that McNabb didn’t know the game was going to end in a tie at the end of overtime, is the fact that head coach Andy Reid called 58 pass plays, with arguably the best player in football as his RUNNING back, to which he only touched the ball seventeen times, fourteen of them on running plays.

Something needs to change.  Whatever the “philosophy” the Eagles are using is NOT working.  If everyone watching can see it EXCEPT the men in charge, something is wrong. “From watching film, other teams in the league have been successful against them,” said Bengal corner back Jonathan Joseph, “They may have a lot of yards or whatever, but teams have been successful getting them off the field. They have tendencies you can pick up on and you have a good idea of what’s going on….they run those 14-yard curl routes (over and over), they ran them like five times today.”

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There is no more proof then that my friends that something needs to change.  The player callers, the game planner, the philosophy, something needs to change, because teams know what the Eagles are going to do before the play happens, how can you win when that happens?

Well, at least you can tie?

Times yours……

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Ocho Cinco Credits McNabb for Attitude Change

Chad Ocho Cinco is crediting Donnie McNabb with helping him adjust his attitude during training camp. donnie-to-ocho-td

Ocho Cinco, who had spent the offseason criticizing Bengals management and proclaiming to the media that he would appreciate a trade out of Cincy, said McNabb helped convince him to put his teammates first and forget about his personal disappointments.

Ocho Cinco, calling McNabb a close friend, said McNabb reminded him that while he might feel miserable, millions of people would gladly trade places with him.

God I wish we coulda signed this guy.  Imagine Chad running flys and catching Donnie’s bombs.  Hey Chad, get back to complaining this off-season and come help us out in the NFC East.  We the fans WILL LOVE YOU and show you all the support you need.  PS, send me a jersey.

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Redskins Sign Shaun Alexander

The ‘Skins signed Shaun Alexander to a one-year deal on Tuesday to fill in for Ladell Betts as he recovers from a knee injury. Betts is expected to miss around three weeks with the injury.  Alexander will back up starting RB Clinton Portis during Betts’ recovery.

Alexander was released by the Seahawks in the offseason and could not seem to latch onto an NFL team at all.  He had visited the Saints, Bengals and Lions before finally landing a job in Washington. This however bodes well for Alexander, as he worked with Redskins head coach Jim Zorn and running backs coach Stump Mitchell in Seattle.

Expect nothing great out of this washed up old vet.

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Rudi Gets Riddled

Had this passed along today from a friend on an email today and had to post.   Just a man trying to bring another man down.  I bet Tatum Bell is feeling pretty salty after this ordeal.  Doesn’t he know that somebody is always watching him.  Ahh hilarious.

 

A strange thing happened to running back Rudi Johnson when he visited with the Detroit Lions on Monday.

Someone stole his stuff.

Seriously.

Specifically, and as we¹re told by a reliable source, Johnson left his bags
outside CEO Matt Millen¹s office while he met with team officials and,
ultimately, worked out a deal with the team.

So when Johnson came back to get his bags, they were nowhere to be found.
Johnson and Millen were stumped.

Enter the eye in the sky.

The team checked the videotapes generated by the team¹s in-housesurveillance system, and they quickly identified the culprit.

So who might it have been?  None other than Tatum Bell, who lost his gig
with the Lions after Rudi arrived.

Per the source, Bell took the bags to the house of a female acquaintance.
When confronted on the matter, Bell offered up some cockamamie story that he
thought the bags belonged to someone he knew.  The girl, however, said thatshe hadn¹t seen Bell in several months and he showed up out of the blue and
asked her to keep the bags for a while.

Johnson has retrieved the bags, and it¹s our understanding that charges
won¹t be pressed.

Tatum apparently didn¹t know that he was being monitored.

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Ocho Cinco “Looks Damn Good in Midnight Green”

Caption: In a recent video conference with the 215, Chad put on his Donovan jersey for us and said that “I look damn good in midnight green”.

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