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Old 09-15-2008, 11:23 PM   #46
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Is anyone else hearing Jaworski? I love the guy for his analysis- he's way better than Theisman for that- but man is he slurping the Eagles. Holy cow.

He's really feeling his roots in this rivalry and he can't contain himself. He's taking little shots at the Cowboys left and right. Plus he's like, shit, if McNabb is gonna break all my records on national TV, I better slurp him big time. Granted McNabb is playing great, but come on dude.
The best part about Jaws (or the worst part depending on your point of view) is that he is exactly like that.

Smoot: How was lunch, Jaws?

RJ: (in his tv voice) I spent some time reviewing the pasta bar and I came back with three takeaways. Green peas have no place there, I love the use of rigatoni, and the marinara sauce is outstanding! Notice how the chef uses just the right amount of tomatoes. And for dessert, the peach cobbler...was perfect!

Smoot: Um, ok. So can the Redskins pull it off this weekend?

Jaws: Blah, blah, game film, blah, blah, execution, blah, blah pass protection, blah blah time of possession

Smoot: Dude, simple yes or no. My gyro's getting cold here
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Old 09-15-2008, 11:26 PM   #47
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The best part about Jaws (or the worst part depending on your point of view) is that he is exactly like that.

Smoot: How was lunch, Jaws?

RJ: (in his tv voice) I spent some time reviewing the pasta bar and I came back with three takeaways. Green peas have no place there, I love the use of rigatoni, and the marinara sauce is outstanding! Notice how the chef uses just the right amount of tomatoes. And for dessert, the peach cobbler...was perfect!

Smoot: Um, ok. So can the Redskins pull it off this weekend?

Jaws: Blah, blah, game film, blah, blah, execution, blah, blah pass protection, blah blah time of possession

Smoot: Dude, simple yes or no. My gyro's getting cold here
Yeah, he definitely seems long winded, and he's just dying to prove it to ya. You know him?
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Old 09-15-2008, 11:29 PM   #48
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Oh man did Jackson just toss that ball before he scored??!!
If the eagles had lost possession I would have ranked that up with the worst blunders of all time.
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Old 09-15-2008, 11:34 PM   #49
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Yeah, he definitely seems long winded, and he's just dying to prove it to ya. You know him?
Yeah, but he doesn't know me

Seriously though, we're not buddies or anything like that. I see him around, chat with him occasionally, sometimes am on conference calls with him. But nothing too exciting.
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Old 09-15-2008, 11:43 PM   #50
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Yeah, but he doesn't know me

Seriously though, we're not buddies or anything like that. I see him around, chat with him occasionally, sometimes am on conference calls with him. But nothing too exciting.
I wish that guy would watch film of my life and give me a play-by-play breakdown.
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Old 09-16-2008, 12:16 AM   #51
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I just saw the final score of the Dallas/Philly game. Are their offenses that good or their defenses that bad? That's an awful lot of points for both teams to put up.
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Wow, what a game. The Eagles are back. Man, our division is gonna be tough as hell that's for sure. Hope Zorn takes the cuffs off from our offense so we can compete.
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Old 09-16-2008, 12:21 AM   #53
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Wow, what a game. The Eagles are back. Man, our division is gonna be tough as hell that's for sure. Hope Zorn takes the cuffs off from our offense so we can compete.
The Eagles lost, how can you say that they are back? Their D gave up 41 points, meanwhile the Dallas D gave up 37 points at home. I wonder if this game exposed anything that we can use to our advantage.
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Old 09-16-2008, 12:33 AM   #54
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McNabb is definitely back. He looked pretty damned impressive despite missing his top two receivers. The Giants, Cowboys and Eagles are all great teams. I don't think there's a better division in the league.
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The Eagles lost, how can you say that they are back? Their D gave up 41 points, meanwhile the Dallas D gave up 37 points at home. I wonder if this game exposed anything that we can use to our advantage.

Keep things in perspective, they lost a close away game in a hostile environment. They torched the Cowboys D and played great offense. Can we stop them? Can we keep up with them? Right now, I would say no.


Make no mistake, the Eagles are in the hunt for the division.
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Old 09-16-2008, 01:09 AM   #56
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Guys that was a crazy game it had everything man really exiting 7 changes of score it felt like the last team with the ball was going to win it.... Our Division it's crazy 4 or the top 5 teams in the NFC are in our division without a doubt what a weekend I haven't seen so many exiting games in 1 week since ever WOW a finish.
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Old 09-16-2008, 01:26 AM   #57
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NFC EAST is 6-2 with the only losses from within the division. Ha, lets see who can stay healthy, whomever it is we'll send three to the playoffs again.

Lots of penalties and sloppy mistakes in this game tonight though . . .
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NFC EAST is 6-2 with the only losses from within the division. Ha, lets see who can stay healthy, whomever it is we'll send three to the playoffs again.

Lots of penalties and sloppy mistakes in this game tonight though . . .

Wow great point man didn't tought of that let's see how the division those this week You guys face Arizona, Philly faces Pittsburgh, we face Green Bay I can't remember who the giants play
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Wow great point man didn't tought of that let's see how the division those this week You guys face Arizona, Philly faces Pittsburgh, we face Green Bay I can't remember who the giants play
Friggin Cincinatti is who the G-Men play next.

Talk about a "cake" schedule for the first half of the season.

They open up the season at home, then they get to play the crappy Rams (0-2), the struggling Bengals (0-2), the beleagured Browns (0-2), the stumbling Seahawks (0-2) and the lousy 49ers (1-1).

Not to mention that 6 of thier first 10 games are home games.

Thier next "true test" won't come until Oct 26th when they play Pittsburgh on the road.
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Keep things in perspective, they lost a close away game in a hostile environment. They torched the Cowboys D and played great offense. Can we stop them? Can we keep up with them? Right now, I would say no.


Make no mistake, the Eagles are in the hunt for the division.
Can McNabb stay healthy?
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