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Old 09-25-2011, 05:45 PM   #151
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Anyone else starting to think that the Eagles should have kept Kolb. Guy has a 110 rating on the year and more importantly he stays healthy.
Kolb has actually looked rather average this season. Pressure him and the Arizona offense goes stone cold.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:04 PM   #152
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Michael Vick of Philaelphia Eagles leaves after breaking right hand - ESPN

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"Looking at the replays, I'm on the ground every time, and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't frustrated," Vick said in his postgame news conference. "The refs have got to do their jobs. And I mentioned it to the refs in training camp when I talked to them. I'm on the ground constantly, all the time. Every time I throw the ball, I'm on the ground. And I don't know why I don't get the 15-yard flags like everybody else does."
That's right Vick, rip the refs. They'll surely listen to you now. And I'm sure the lack of flags has something to do with the fact that Vick is not your normal qb.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:12 PM   #153
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The Eagles being 1-2 just doesn't surprise me. You can't buy team chemistry and they have none...at least on defense. They can't stop the run. Cullen Jenkins and Babin haven't done anything. And the last two weeks their corners have looked average. Plus they have their o-line coach running the defense. To me they really miss Jim Johnson and since he's passed their defense just hasn't been the same.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:15 PM   #154
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I saw the hit that gave Vick his broken hand and honestly that's a typical play in the NFL. If it was blatantly late I'd support his argument but come on, he had just gotten rid of the ball. There was nothing late about it, and clearly Vick is just pissed that that his offensive line can't protect him.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:17 PM   #155
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Through the first three games, I don't see anything special about the Eagles secondary either. None of them. Lots of arm tackles, blown coverages, and deep throws.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:25 PM   #156
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The greatness of the Raidahs!! I love it!!
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Through the first three games, I don't see anything special about the Eagles secondary either. None of them. Lots of arm tackles, blown coverages, and deep throws.
agreed, all hype so far. sure didn't keep that little dude Cruz from eating their lunch today.
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These late games are a bust except for Oakland-New York. Washington-Dallas is the next interesting game.
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Through the first three games, I don't see anything special about the Eagles secondary either. None of them. Lots of arm tackles, blown coverages, and deep throws.
Their corners are straight. It's their line backers and safety positions that are lacking a bit. LBs are the guys that end up getting the tackles which is exactly why people can run on the Eagles. Whoever came up with the brilliant idea of making the OL the defensive coordinator is probably going to be looking a job next year. (bye Reid)
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J E T S jets jets jets...are getting killed killed killed
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J E T S jets jets jets...are getting killed killed killed
That running game with Run DMC is ridiculous.

Fun fact - McFadden is averaging twice as many yards per rushing attempt then Campbell is per pass attempt. (10.3 to 5.1)
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Julio Jones with two straight first down plays.
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What happened to the dream team?
I thought they were going 16-0.
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Old 09-25-2011, 07:08 PM   #164
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Roddy White looking upfield too soon.
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Their corners are straight. It's their line backers and safety positions that are lacking a bit. LBs are the guys that end up getting the tackles which is exactly why people can run on the Eagles. Whoever came up with the brilliant idea of making the OL the defensive coordinator is probably going to be looking a job next year. (bye Reid)

I doubt Reid will go anywhere anytime soon. He's one of the best in league, but that is looking like a bad decision.

But it's funny to hear you say that the Eagles linebackers and safties are deficient, but some on Warpath wouldn't give our corners the same benefit of the doubt. I'm only saying there whole package looks pretty ordinary right now and Nnamdi has had balls thrown his way this year and hasn't done much.
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