Found February 11, 2012 on
Philly Sports Muse:
Ah, to know what thoughts ran through Andy Reid’s head as he watched the confetti fall atop the New York Giants after they won Super Bowl 46 in Indianapolis last Sunday.
Probably similar feelings of disgust as Eagles fans who watched their barely-better divisional opponent bring home the Lombardi.
The reaction of players was witnessed via Twitter. Trent Cole lamented that Philadelphia was “just inches” away from being in the same place.
Coulda, shoulda, woulda. But didn’t.
No teams in the NFC East were great during the 2011 regular season. They weren’t even good. Yet one went on to win it all.
The New York Giants.
And here sit the Eagles, still waiting on their very first Super Bowl win.
The less abrasive Andy Reid who appeared at his January 31 press conference said that he got the message from Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie loud and clear. The late-run 4 game winning streak was nothing more than “fool’s gold,” as Lurie called it, and there is no way around it.
“I understand this is a...
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It’s been a week of embarrassing side stories for the New England Patriots since their Super Bowl loss. Gisele mouthing off to Giants fans in Indy and throwing her hubby’s wide receivers under the bus. Bradying, the imitation of Tommy Boy’s pathetic portrait of dejection on the field is everywhere.
And then there is that whole thing with Rob Gronkowski.
The Patriots tight end...
Eagles Addicts, just a quick post here. Anyone who has been following and supporting the site, we were given a great opportunity to join Angelo Cataldi, Al Morganti, Keith Jones and of course Rhea Hughes on 94.1 WIP’s morning show.
An article posted last week, Philadelphia Eagles: Stats Show Andy Reid Struggles in Close Games, piqued the interest of Rhea and Angelo. They were...
No surprise here.
According to Jeff McLane of Philly.com, the Eagles will franchise DeSean Jackson, which should not come as a shocker to anyone.
McLane notes that the Eagles will either franchise Jackson and keep him, or franchise him and trade him.
DeSean Jackson isn’t going anywhere, at least not until the Eagles can get something for him in return. Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports the team will place the franchise tag on Jackson. They may still look to see what Jackson could attract in a trade. The news doesn’t come as a surprise. It…