Found December 02, 2012 on Taking Bad Schotz:
Not even a doctor could diagnose the issues happening in Philadelphia right now.  In a city so haunted by sports failures, going into the beginning of December, the Phillies have won a game more recently than the Eagles, and they didn’t even make the MLB playoffs. Going into a promising week five game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Eagles fans were giddy.  Not only were the Eagles finally performing up to their potential with a 3-1 record, but also the wins were close, proving that this Eagles team could be clutch.  And then it was back to playing Eagles football from the year before.  As of Nov. 29, the Eagles have dropped seven games in a row, and now sit in the basement of the NFC East with what seems like another lost season. Last year, the Eagles embarked on a huge spending spree.  They inked top free agent safety Nnamdi Asomugha, defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins, quarterback Vince Young, and recently released defensive end Jason Babin, among others.  With a team full of all-s...
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