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Drink, Andy, Drink There are seven more weeks in the Andy Reid Era of Eagles Footballery (why seven more? Because firing him one minute earlier than the end of the year might actually give Eagle Fan a moment of joy in this season, and we can't have that), and it's high time to really start savoring the moments. Only seven more times will we be able to play Wasted Timeout Lottery, get to laugh until we cry at some utterly pointless ball spotting instant replay challenge that never, ever works, wonder at pass-pass-pass three-and-outs when the best RB in the NFL flicks off cobwebs, the OL is in shambles, the QB is concussed and the game is still in hand, and endure those long loving camera shots of the flustered walrus on the sideline as National Media Fluffers tells us all how the rest of the NFL is just going to beat a path to Coach For Way Too Much Of The Rest Of Your Life Reid's door as soon as those Mean Old Eagles and their Mean Mean Fans fire him. I mean, he had a k...
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