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Old 09-16-2008, 01:17 AM   #61
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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, 01:21 AM   #62
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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, 01:33 AM   #63
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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, 02:09 AM   #65
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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, 02:26 AM   #66
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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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Old 09-16-2008, 02:35 AM   #67
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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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Old 09-16-2008, 10:41 AM   #69
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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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Can McNabb stay healthy?


and can westbrook stay healthy?....that team wins and loses with the health of mcnabb and westbrook.
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all I have to say about Romo is that I think he still has some grease on his hands from helping that old lady change her tire!! .. ha ha ha..
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Old 09-16-2008, 11:17 AM   #72
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Can McNabb stay healthy?
McNabb looked excited about football again! He gave everything he had last night, which was considerable. Maybe just healthy. That should keep the Philly fans off his ass for .........6 more days.
While I CONTINUE to HATE the Eagles (as per my lifetime FANATIC contract with my beloved Redskins), it was good to see. It makes the East a better product.
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Can McNabb stay healthy?
Did you see the protection he's getting? If that keeps up he should have no problem staying healthy.
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Highlights:

Dallas fans think they're in Philly and boo the National Anthem singer.
Tony Romo fumbles TWICE in one play and gave the Eagles a TD.
DeSean Jackson did it AGAIN! (and screwed many fantasy teams)
YouTube - DeSean Jackson infamous fumble at high-school all-star game
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Old 09-16-2008, 11:36 AM   #75
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Dallas fans think they're in Philly and boo the National Anthem singer.
Tony Romo fumbles TWICE in one play and gave the Eagles a TD.
DeSean Jackson did it AGAIN! (and screwed many fantasy teams)
YouTube - DeSean Jackson infamous fumble at high-school all-star game
Ok, that anthem singer DESERVED that boo! It was a nauseating rendition.
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