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There’s really nothing more to say. For the rest of the season I am officially apathetic towards my Eagles. They can do whatever the shit they want to do, I’m not going to care. It’s way to disheartening to expect what the average fan deserves out of this team and get this result. Just waiting for spring training to begin.
And here we have some of the thoughts just on our Facebook feed from other Eagles fans:
- Last week I was in the city and left my car unlocked with 2 Eagles tickets on the dash board. When I got back, you guessed it..there were 4.
- GOD DAMN EAGLES. Thought pick vick wasnt playing tonight. Guess they are cousins
- Suicide alert for Vince
- Insert obligatory pitchers and catchers report in a few months update here.
- I want to congratulate the Dream Team on another big night.
- I’d rather watch ‘The Fugitive’ for the 100th time than the second half of this eagles game. The Eagles tackle like a bunch of one-armed men
PS – Changes coming Monday to Almighty Philly, be sure to check in then
Sorry kid, but this does nothing if you want your birds to win again. Now if you pull a cute spaz on Big Red and it goes viral, then you will officially be the face of the #OTL (Occupy The Linc) movement, and there will be no more tears, my child.
PS – Very probable that this kid was just mimicking Juan Castillo on the sidelines.
Chivalry is dead, my ass. See how he asked her if she is ok after he purposely extended his arm to have her break his fall? That’s a true gentleman.
4-6!!!!!! It’s nice to beat up on the Giants, Cowboys, or Redskins, but shit, why couldn’t we just beat freakin John Skelton last week then maybe I’d be a little more excited. Even if they run the table at 10-6 they still will probably lose with tiebreakers (remember we lost to Chicago and Atlanta already). But, again, beating up on the Giants is nice.
What I understood, I liked. What I didn’t understand, I loved.
3-6. Lack of effort, heart, and class. Time to Occupy The Linc and make a change. #OTL
Kevin Kolb’s return to Philadelphia will be similar to the last time he suited up for a game at Lincoln Financial Field. He will be on the sidelines, watching Michael Vick start for the Philadelphia Eagles. Only this time, Kolb is doing it as a member of the visiting team, in this case the Arizona Cardinals. Kolb was traded to Arizona shortly after the lockout ended for cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a second round pick in the 2012 NFL draft. That draft pick tips the scales on this trade towards the Eagles because Kolb and DRC both stink right now. DRC couldn’t cover Roy Williams last week which speaks for itself. Kolb is having a very average year and even worse his new team is just 2-6. If that wasn’t enough, he is listed as questionable for the game today with turf toe and he will most likely not play, which really must grind his gears.
Speaking of not playing, DeSean Jackson will be inactive for the game due to missing a special teams meeting this week because his alarm clock didn’t go off. Honest mistake right? Reuben Frank of Comcast SportsNet recently tweeted that this may not have been an isolated incident. Could be the beginning of the end for D-Jax in Philly. Even without Jackson, the Eagles just can’t lose to a Cardinals team that doesn’t even have their starting quarterback. The Eagles made me look stupid last week when I predicted that they would easily beat Chicago, but I am all in on them this week. No way they lose. If they do I’ll strip naked and let Kolb hunt me down like a wild pig.