Found October 26, 2011 on
So we once again come across the Eagles BYE week, unofficially the mid-point of the Eagles season, despite only being six games in so far. This is where, historically, fans and analysts (and hopefully coaches) assess the team, what has gone well, what has gone wrong and where things are going. We are no different, and as has been tradition, we invited our friend Jason Brewer from Bleeding Green Nation to join in on the Eagles conversation. We talk the season so far, the Cowboys game this week, and even dip into the Donovan McNabb pool for a bit.
What we discussed:
Eagles grade at the BYE week has to be an ‘F’
We talk how the Eagles played against the Redskins
The Eagles have three straight Home games coming up against the Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals
Sunday Night Football… which Dallas team will show up?
The Eagles need to beat Dallas to instill confidence in us
Out-think, not out-stink! (quote from Todd)
We talk a bit about Terrell Owens and Donov...
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