Everyone hold onto your hats! I’m going to rip into DeSean Jackson pretty hardcore in this post so if you’re a big D. Jax fan you might want to look away.
Well, well, well, DeSean. You’ve done a tremendous job of solidifying the fact you’re a huge f$cking punk the past couple weeks. Personally, I don’t believe it could have happened to a more deserving individual. There is a slight problem, however…. This was a big money year for you, bro. Unfortunately, you may have cost yourself a couple bucks.
If you don’t know why, hit the jump and you’ll find out..
5.) Crappy Stats
Andy Reid told DeSean that if he put up good numbers this year, he would be a happy camper. Well, he hasn’t. His numbers have continued their downward trend. He’s not a threat in the return game, and he has NO long touchdowns this year. We all know he has speed, but the numbers don’t lie. If DeSean wants a big pay day, he’s going to have to think of a good sales pitch because if you look at the numbers, and the numbers alone, he isn’t getting mega-bucks.
4.) He’s Soft As Sh$t
DeSean is now becoming notorious for being a pu$$y. The guy refuses to block for his teammates, and obviously won’t try and make a play for his team. He’s not the guy you want out there to have your back, plan and simple.
According to a team source, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid will have to fire defensive coordinator Juan Castillo if he wants to keep his job.ProFootballTalk.com is reporting that Reid’s decision to promote Castillo from offensive line coach to defensive coordinator is being seem as a crucial blunder by the organization and that Reid is being pressured to correct his mistake...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk believes there is a way that Andy Reid could remain the head coach of the Eagles.
Per a league source, Reid’s future will hinge on his willingness to admit that it was a mistake to shift Juan Castillo from offensive line coach to defensive coordinator. If Reid concedes that he erred, and rectifies the blunder by firing Castillo, Reid will stay...
The growing majority of fans have reached their point with Eagles’ head coach Andy Reid after a disastrous 4-8 start to what was once (Week 1) a promising season.Numerous draft busts, blind faith in unprepared and undeserving coaches and missed free agent signings have transformed the Eagles from a team thought to have an embarrassment of riches into one that can be described...
I don’t care what anybody tells me, I respect Andy Reid’s knowledge on how to run an NFL offense. He’s strongest in the passing game, but he knows how to put together a running game as well. Yes, he might throw the ball too much at times, but he’s very adept at how [...]
The status of Eagles coach Andy Reid has — and will continue to be — a major topic for the balance of the season. Before Thursday night’s ugly loss to the Seahawks, it was believed that Reid would be back, in large part because the Eagles are stuck with Mike Vick for at least one…
The Philadelphia Eagles, led by there defense said all week that they had their head coach Andy Reid’s back. Well after the Eagles 31-14 thrashing by the Seattle Seahawks and the team looking like they just gave up and did not want to play, now have a lot of questions to answer. The Eagles record [...]
Via Hammer Player's Poker Blog
December 05, 2011
Goodbye, Andy Reid.It's been a good run. A great run, in fact, in a lot of ways. Except the ones that *really* matter. But it really has been a fun 11 years here in Philly, especially compared to some of the schmike we had as head coaches during the 80s and 90s. And I truly have little doubt that at your next team (my money is on San Diego at the moment), you will have loads...
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