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No, it ain't gonna happen again.
Last year's Eagles were a "dead cat bounce" team.
They started out 3-1. But the 2012 team as a cohesive winning unit was already done way back in 2011 when they were 5-8, yet put on an improbable rush against a vulnerable schedule at the end to finish 8-8.
Andy Reid called Jeff Lurie's bluff. Lurie blinked.
Lurie had been on record as saying 8-8 would not be acceptable. But somehow, ultimately, it was...
And then we had 2012.
It was a mess of prima donna's on both sides of the ball--- and the assistant coaching staff, too. Andy's tragedy with the death of his son didn't help.
"Dead cat bounce"-- a Wall Street term. It refers to when a once-favored stock suddenly drops mega-points in value, usually due to a horrible earnings report or a scandal combined with a general downturn related to other events---such as a national disaster or a sudden rise in interest rates. And then inves...
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Every year an NFL fan gets one year older and every year fans of 31 teams, all but one, agree change is needed somewhere. Even teams that made the Super Bowl, getting oh so close to their goal, gave their fan base that special hope going into this season that one little change here or there is all they need. As in life, even an NFL franchise is taught that change is inevitable...
Eagles offensive lineman Todd Herremans reported to training camp yesterday sporting a strange new haircut, one that he says was inspired by the History Channel show Vikings.
“I got really into the History Channel, that show Vikings, and that’s where I got it from,” Herremans said of the shaved look. “So I’ve just been going with it. My girlfriend does it.”
According to Evan Silva of Rotoworld, ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio believes the Eagles starting quarterback job is for Michael Vick to win or lose.
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio on #Eagles QB position: "This job is Michael Vick's job to win or lose." Vick opened camp with 1st-team offense.
— Evan Silva (@evansilva) July 26, 2013
While many people like Nick Foles’ chances...
Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Todd Herremans showed up to training camp with a hair cut straight out of the History Channel's "Vikings," which is just awesome.
Everyone knows that Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has had a time staying healthy during his NFL career. He’s only played a complete 16 game season one time in his ten-year career. He claims that he worked out really hard in the gym this offseason to build more muscle. “I’ve been doing a lot of curls, [...]