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The misery of the 2011 season continued last night for the Philadelphia Eagles as they suffered another loss, this time at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. Philadelphia has now suffered defeat in four of their last five games and last night’s performance in prime time border lined on embarrassment. QB Vince Young threw four interceptions, one on the first play of the game and another which was returned for a touchdown in the last score of the game. Young, who has been replacing Michael Vick in the starting lineup while he recovers from broken ribs, has been ineffective. Young has thrown eight interceptions in the last three games. The chaotic season of WR DeSean Jackson continued last evening. Jackson had one reception for five yards in the first half. He was seen on the sidelines sitting by himself. He appeared to be annoyed and disinterested when quarterback Vince Young approached him on the sidelines. After the game, Jackson refused to answer certain questions abou...

NFL Network Took A Few (Unnecessary) Shots At DeSean Jackson

We have had our fair share of anger towards DeSean Jackson, but last night the NFL Network took things too far. They portrayed DeSean Jackson as ignoring Vince Young on the sidelines, when it was pretty clear that Young was talking to Riley Cooper. Here is video of the incident, courtesy of Black Sports Online.   Our friends over at Crossing Broad captured the audio of...

Philadelphia Eagles (4-7) vs. Seattle Seahawks (4-7)

The Eagles have been one of the most disappointing teams of the year.  Vince Young dubbed the Eagles the “Dream Team”, but that moniker sure doesn’t fit.  The Eagles have lost three of their last four games as they have not been putting much of an effort up lately.  The Seahawks lost a game that should have won last week against the Redskins, but they are a tough home team...

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Invading the Nest – Interview with

On a short week, Keith Myers of was nice enough to answer us a series of questions about the upcoming Eagles and Seahawks match-up. The Seahawks have had some recent success so I start by asking what this can be attributed to. I also get his thoughts on both Tarvaris Jackson as well as his opinion on the Eagles both before the season started and now. Keith then...

From The Bleachers 12.2.11

As the end of the week approaches, a pair of OWS contributors banter about some of the important (and not so important) news items of the week. …the Eagles. So, um, they’re kind of bad, huh? All that aside, my favorite character in this whole thing is Desean Jackson (or, as the back page of the NY Post will soon label this clubhouse cancer, DISEASE Jackson). He’s kind...

Eagles Should Watch Remember the Titans

Video has surfaced of Andy Reid and DeSean Jackson talking in Training Camp about his effort. Seeing how the season has played out, it all makes sense now. Minus the racist stuff.   In all seriousness, it is amazing how his Eagles team is going through the same problems they try to teach to high school kids in Disney movies. Effort. Playing together. Lack of leadership. It's...
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