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  1. I really am sorry to hear about kearse getting injured, I'm eagerly awaiting this match up in two weeks. :bruce1:


  2. Unreal. Also I'm not sore looser but Eli Manning is a very average QB at best. If he didn't have his brother in the league we wouldn't even be talking about him. Bottom line is Eagles gave the game away and Giants took advantage of the breaks. Manning had nothing to do with it. Credit the Giants defense for playing hard the fourth quarter and not giving up. Most teams would of done that being down so much with only 9 minutes left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jminis
    Unreal. Also I'm not sore looser but Eli Manning is a very average QB at best. If he didn't have his brother in the league we wouldn't even be talking about him. Bottom line is Eagles gave the game away and Giants took advantage of the breaks. Manning had nothing to do with it. Credit the Giants defense for playing hard the fourth quarter and not giving up. Most teams would of done that being down so much with only 9 minutes left.
    Hey somebody was lobbing those balls up to Toomer and Burress.
    Terry Bradshaw won 4 SuperBowls with that technique!

    The ole heave and hope! sometimes it works!

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Fastone
    Sour Grapes don't taste very good. He has beaten the Eagle 3 straight times.
    2 out of 3 without Mcnaab.

    And Mcnabb is 7-1 against the Giants in the last 2 years. What does that prove?

    Absolutely nothing. At least make an arguement of it, not that you can.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicrhino
    Hey somebody was lobbing those balls up to Toomer and Burress.
    Terry Bradshaw won 4 SuperBowls with that technique!

    The ole heave and hope! sometimes it works!

    I remember them having someone named Franco Harris and the Steel Curtain.

    Put Mcnabb on the Giants with Tiki, Plexico, Toomer and Shockey and you would never need one heave and hope.

    Eli is completely overrated.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by jminis
    Unreal. Also I'm not sore looser but Eli Manning is a very average QB at best. If he didn't have his brother in the league we wouldn't even be talking about him.
    Bingo! Put him in New York and its even worse.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicrhino
    Hey somebody was lobbing those balls up to Toomer and Burress.
    Terry Bradshaw won 4 SuperBowls with that technique!

    The ole heave and hope! sometimes it works!
    Sure somtimes it's works but if it works so well why didn't he do it all game. Eagles got comfortable and made some big mistakes. COmparing him with Terry Bradshaw is ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    I remember them having someone named Franco Harris and the Steel Curtain.

    Put Mcnabb on the Giants with Tiki, Plexico, Toomer and Shockey and you would never need one heave and hope.

    Eli is completely overrated.
    Can we keep Mcnabb and just get the Giants to trade us all those guys to us for some draft picks and Michael Lewis?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jminis
    Sure somtimes it's works but if it works so well why didn't he do it all game. Eagles got comfortable and made some big mistakes. COmparing him with Terry Bradshaw is ridiculous.
    It's not that it "works so well" that you can do it all game, a big over the top pass only has to work once or twice per game but, specifically only once during overtime. They were well in range of a FG at the time of the TD. I agree that Reid's play calling was the most suspect aspect of the birds loss. It reminded me of the DelaHoy / Trinidad fight a few years ago when De la hoya was way ahead on points and coasted for the last 7 rounds and lost.

    Comparing Bradshaw to Manning was ment to be a joke but, upon further review both were number 1 picks from southern colleges. Bradshaw had the bigger gun, so the bomb was a more natural play call back in the 70's, when it was all running game. I think Manning is a little more developed overall. Overrated? of course! This is New York baby "everything" is overrated that's NYC 101..don't you just love to hate it!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    Bingo! Put him in New York and its even worse.
    I heard his dad got him the job!

  11. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicrhino
    Can we keep Mcnabb and just get the Giants to trade us all those guys to us for some draft picks and Michael Lewis?
    Don't even get me started on Michael Lewis. That guy can hit, but make him think and you're in serious trouble.
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    Yes it is because the 49'ers were a better team. The Eagles are better than the Giants by a large margin. They literally gave that game away and all you hear is how Manning is such a great QB because he knows how to throw the ball to a recevie that is being covered by a 3rd string cornerback or a corner that is 6 inches shorter. All while the Eagles play a prevent defense for a quarter and a half. How many times can you give up the same 7yd curl route? Real great talent there.
    You're right. I just love hearing Philly fans speak out of uncontrollable rage, at least you guys make sense unlike the Raiders fans thinking everything is an East Coast conspiracy against them

    BTW Bobo, sometimes a team needs a loss like that to wake up and start playing football In 1994 your Eagles came into Candlestick and destroyed the 49ers 40-8 (I was there !). The 49ers were 3-2 after the loss and everyone wanted Steve Young and George Seifert dead. They won 10 straight after that loss and rolled up the Chargers 49-26 in the Super Bowl and many of the players spoke about that loss creating the sense of urgency they needed to play with.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    You're right. I just love hearing Philly fans speak out of uncontrollable rage, at least you guys make sense unlike the Raiders fans thinking everything is an East Coast conspiracy against them

    BTW Bobo, sometimes a team needs a loss like that to wake up and start playing football In 1994 your Eagles came into Candlestick and destroyed the 49ers 40-8 (I was there !). The 49ers were 3-2 after the loss and everyone wanted Steve Young and George Seifert dead. They won 10 straight after that loss and rolled up the Chargers 49-26 in the Super Bowl and many of the players spoke about that loss creating the sense of urgency they needed to play with.
    I remember that game. They made Vaugh Hebron look like a Hall of Famer.

    Its not the loss I was really upset about, it was the thouht that the Giants "came back" and Eli made the next step which was just pumped like crazy by the media. He's average at best. Any QB can look good when the other team plays a prevent for a quarter.

    It doens't matter, we have Mike Patterson to rumble down the field. He's unstoppable
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  14. How about westbrooks stiff arm BTW Did anyone catch the phills game, damn. I was 18th row behind the dugout and witness a nice homerun durby! too bad I didnt see 59

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo

    It doens't matter, we have Mike Patterson to rumble down the field. He's unstoppable
    Sh!t that was a 14 point swing right there. Losing Vernon Davis hurt more then anything, good thing we held on to Eric Johnson. The Eagles came out with something to prove and never looked back after the flea flicker on the opening drive. The 49ers aren't good enough to recover from a 21-3 deficit but on the bright side, I was pleased with Alex Smith and Eric Johnson. The defense looked lost, McNabb and Philly's running game had their way.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    Sh!t that was a 14 point swing right there. Losing Vernon Davis hurt more then anything, good thing we held on to Eric Johnson. The Eagles came out with something to prove and never looked back after the flea flicker on the opening drive. The 49ers aren't good enough to recover from a 21-3 deficit but on the bright side, I was pleased with Alex Smith and Eric Johnson. The defense looked lost, McNabb and Philly's running game had their way.
    Alex Smith may have the goods!...I'll take the win, but I still have
    some doubts about the Eagles pass defense.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicrhino
    Alex Smith may have the goods!...I'll take the win, but I still have
    some doubts about the Eagles pass defense.
    I've had doubts since last year. Michael Lewis can't think, Sheldon Brown is too small, and they have no depth at all.

    Eagles for about 8 years now are good when their defense attacks. When they sit back and have to think, they are average at best. There is a reason Trot works well here, but not in Washington.
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by heavyduty
    How about westbrooks stiff arm BTW Did anyone catch the phills game, damn. I was 18th row behind the dugout and witness a nice homerun durby! too bad I didnt see 59

    Westbrook is all that and a bag of chips!!! They better let him skip practice EVERY WEEK! We are F'd if he gets hurt!

    Let's hope the Phillies don't choke and waste Howard's MVP performance this year! BTW - everyone knows if he makes it past 61.......it is the true HR record!

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    I've had doubts since last year. Michael Lewis can't think, Sheldon Brown is too small, and they have no depth at all.

    Eagles for about 8 years now are good when their defense attacks. When they sit back and have to think, they are average at best. There is a reason Trot works well here, but not in Washington.
    Troy Vincent where are you?

    If the Eagles "D" would play like they did in the first half of the Giants game they would be like the '85 bears or at least the '91 Eagles. Mike Patterson is my new favorite player!

  20. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicrhino
    Alex Smith may have the goods!
    And he had us thinking he was the next Ryan Leaf, good thing he's improved by leaps and bounds. Mike Nolan's explanation was that Alex Smith was in school until June last year, which didn't really give him a lot of time to get into pro football mode. Norv Turner might have sucked as a head coach but he also seems to be having a great influence on Alex Smith, maybe he should stick around as an offensive coordinator/QB mentor.

  21. Dawkins was bringing the truth against the Packers!

    Lewis in a 2 zone just playin center field sucks much less

    I only hope the Dallas dbs get faked out as easily as green bay.

    Mcnabb was getting away with pump fakes 10 yards down field!

  22. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicrhino
    Dawkins was bringing the truth against the Packers!

    Lewis in a 2 zone just playin center field sucks much less

    I only hope the Dallas dbs get faked out as easily as green bay.

    Mcnabb was getting away with pump fakes 10 yards down field!
    I don't like the game this week.

    You can see the effect the D-Line now has on teams though. Favre threw so many quick passes with a 3 step drop.

    Thats the only thing they have going for them this week. Bledsoe is a statue and they MUST get pressure with the front four because if they don't he will pick them apart with injuries the Eagles have in the secondary.

    Troy Vincent, Bobby Taylor, hell give me Al Harris back. Anything is better than Hanson.
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    I don't like the game this week.

    You can see the effect the D-Line now has on teams though. Favre threw so many quick passes with a 3 step drop.

    Thats the only thing they have going for them this week. Bledsoe is a statue and they MUST get pressure with the front four because if they don't he will pick them apart with injuries the Eagles have in the secondary.

    Troy Vincent, Bobby Taylor, hell give me Al Harris back. Anything is better than Hanson.
    Both teams coming off big wins against crappy teams....I wonder how that will play out? I give the Eagles the edge because they are playing at home......PLUS they HAVE TO win a division game at some point right?

  24. Do you guy's have any creative chants for TO this week ? I think you guys could come up with something creative about OD's, broken fingers, crunches in the driveway etc.

    BTW, you guys SHOULD win but as long as both teams cover the over (44 points) then I'll be a happy man

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    Do you guy's have any creative chants for TO this week ? I think you guys could come up with something creative about OD's, broken fingers, crunches in the driveway etc.

    BTW, you guys SHOULD win but as long as both teams cover the over (44 points) then I'll be a happy man

    I saw an interview of T.O. and I think he said that someone told him that one of the chants would be "O.D. O.D. O.D." ....I heard that some people are coming to the game dressed as pills and capsules too!! Bwaaahhhaaahah! I cna't wait! It's gonna be a total circus!! Birds better win!!
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