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One of the head-scratching plays in the Eagles’ loss to the Bears on Monday night was a failed fake punt on which Philadelphia’s Chas Henry threw a terrible pass. That play was ugly, but Eagles coach Andy Reid defended the decision to try it. Reid noted that Colt Anderson was wide open on the play,…
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No one cares if you, or your team, can learn anything from any experience.Personally, I've learned over the years that I would not trust you to find your ass with both hands and a map.We also do not care if your players love you.Personally, I'd love to have a boss that lets me work in an atmosphere without consequence. That must be very refreshing for football players, who...
The Eagles lost to the Bears last night by a score of 30-24. As many of us know Andy Reid likes to take risks and sometimes those risks don't work out for him. The play call of a fake punt seems like the correct play call in this situation, but little did Andy know, his punter throws like a girl. Chaz had a wide receiver wide open for a first down, and if the pass was on...
There is something wrong with Andy Reid folks.
Something terribly, …terribly wrong.
I can’t believe it. It’s astounding.
It’s something so earth shattering, that only God himself can explain how it is happening.
Folks…Andy Reid has been running the football.
Through 7 games, the Eagles are 4th in the league in rushing attempts, and 1st in overall yards, yards...
The Eagles offense came up short last night, literally. Andy Reid went back to his stubborn ways this evening even after he and everyone else saw a few brief flashes of brilliantly running the ball and throwing to Brent Celek in the short passing game. For some reason Andy Reid chose to [...]
The Eagles coach explained why his team is 3-5, addressed DeSean Jackson's play and more in the highlights of his press conference.
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Unlike an episode of Two and a Half Men, every week matters in the NFL. Fates of men, of players, coaches, fans, hang in the balance. Those that backed themselves into a corner early must fight and claw desperately to survive. So why do we see teams taking weeks off? Why do we have a team like the Philadelphia Eagles spending the whole game making the equivalent of a hundred Austin...