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 Post subject: Re: Today in Philly
PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 4:56 pm 
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I could give two sh*ts less if they beat Dallas twice in the same season.

It is their fans who constantly run their mouths (win, loss, or multiple losses in a row), fans who at 3 and 8 want the entire coaching staff fired, now 6-8 believe they can get in the playoffs, and an organization who went out and spent a boat load of money for "talent" and got nothing in return.

Let me tell you something Eagles fans, you wanted Andy Reid out of there a few weeks ago against the Patriots. Mark it down, the Eagles go 8-8, Andy Reid will be your head coach next season. All of the coaching will stay in tact.

....and the hampster will keep spinning the wheel like the year prior.


Oh yeah it's only eagle fans who run their mouths about their favorite team. :roll:

Of course Reid will be back next year. That's what winning games does...saves your job.
Reid was never gonna be fired after this year to begin with, not after one losing season with all the success the team has had under his tenure, which is the longest in the league. He also has 2 years left on his contract so they are gonna give him at least one more year regardless. I don't think Juan Castillo will be back next year however.

Look at the Giants. They were talking last week about Coughlin being on the hot seat. A super bowl winning coach just a few years ago and one that knows how to draft well(unlike Reid). How ridiculous is that?

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 7:08 pm 
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The Eagles have 3 NFL Championships with the last coming in 1960. They have won more games and division championships than any NFC East team in the past decade and have been to a SB and 5 NFC Championship games since the last time Dallas or Washington has won ANYTHING.


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Thanks for the ancient history lesson!!! But how many Super Bowls have they won? 0 Well the Cowboys have 5 and the Giants and the Redskins have 3 each. So in the last 51 years the Eagles have won nothing!!!! If you don't win the Super Bowl you havn't done anything. Sorry Eagle fans you can always say what you do every year at this time. WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR!!!

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I don't think Juan Castillo will be back next year however.


I'll bet $5 with you on that and I'll bet you another $5 he'll return as the defensive cord.

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The Eagle's championships would also qualify for the what have you done for me lately phrase but they are NFL championships. I get a kick out of people who think pro football started when they started calling the championship game the Superbowl. Along that line I have never been a Packer fan but they are the all time leader in championships.


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Possibly why they dont call it the Rooney Trophy.


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I'd be lying if I said it didn't bother me that the eagles haven't won a championship in my lifetime but they are still my team regardless and at least they have mostly been good for the last few decades. It's been 15 years for the boyz and even longer for the skins, not what I'd call recent either.

I always root for the local/PA teams so I'll be pulling for the Steelers now that the Eagles are done, not with the same passion however.

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I don't think Juan Castillo will be back next year however.


I'll bet $5 with you on that and I'll bet you another $5 he'll return as the defensive cord.

Go PACK Go!


He may have saved his job too but I think the Eagles will try to get Spagnoula. Eagles D was much improved at the end of the season but they weren't exactly playing against good offenses either.

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I'll take that as a "no" on the wager then. ;)


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hotrodney wrote:
I'd be lying if I said it didn't bother me that the eagles haven't won a championship in my lifetime but they are still my team regardless and at least they have mostly been good for the last few decades. It's been 15 years for the boyz and even longer for the skins, not what I'd call recent either.

I always root for the local/PA teams so I'll be pulling for the Steelers now that the Eagles are done, not with the same passion however.


Well I can say the Cowboys won 5 Super Bowls in my life

1972
1978
1993
1994
1996

The last time the Eagles won something like the Championship was in 1960 so in order to remember it you would have to be around 60 years old!! :thumbleft:

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The Cowboys have also lost more SB then the Iggles.

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Sea Bass wrote:
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I don't think Juan Castillo will be back next year however.


I'll bet $5 with you on that and I'll bet you another $5 he'll return as the defensive cord.

Go PACK Go!


He may have saved his job too but I think the Eagles will try to get Spagnoula. Eagles D was much improved at the end of the season but they weren't exactly playing against good offenses either.


Bad call Hot Rod


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He may have saved his job too but I think the Eagles will try to get Spagnoula. Eagles D was much improved at the end of the season but they weren't exactly playing against good offenses either.


Bad call Hot Rod


Yep and a bad decision by Reid I'm afraid.

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