Found November 19, 2011 on
Eagles 2011 Season
Since the 2011 season is all but “mathematically” over for the Philadelphia Eagles, the next best thing to happen is for the Eagles to lose. And lose as much as possible.
I’m generally an optimistic person when it comes to the Eagles and there is still a small part of me that hopes for the impossible: that the Eagles will go on a seven-game winning streak and make the playoffs.
However, I’m also a realist. The chances of this Eagles team making the playoffs are about as good as Jeff Sandusky becoming Troop Leader for the Boy Scouts of America.
For the first time since the 2005 season, the Eagles are basically out of playoff contention before Thanksgiving. It’s a depressing notion, really.
At this point, the Eagles might be better served in the long run if they just continue to lose. Here are the two main reasons why:
They’ll get a better pick in the draft and it will force a change in the coaching staff.
Seriously, what good will it serve the Eagles if they wi...
BEST OF MAXIM
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Tough Celek. Brent Celek getting some down time on the respirator.
NEW YORK (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) The Philadelphia Eagles played perhaps their best defense of the season, and backup quarterback Vince Young performed in the clutch as the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New York Giants 17-10 in a must win game Sunday night.
“We’re still on life support.” said...
According to multiple reports, Michael Vick has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the New York Giants due to two broken ribs.
The News Journal's Geoff Mosher reported Vick would be out. In addition, Michael Fabiano says Vince Young will get the start.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Michael Vick didn't practice for the second straight day Thursday because of broken ribs, and it remains uncertain whether the Pro Bowl quarterback will play when the Philadelphia Eagles visit the New York Giants on Sunday night.
Michael Vick did not practice for a second consecutive day on Thursday because of broken ribs, and it's uncertain whether the Philadelphia quarterback will be available when the Eagles visit the New York Giants on Sunday night.
News alert, the Philadelphia Eagles are going to be without starting QB Michael Vick Sunday night when the Birds face division rival New York Giants. Taking Vick’s place, the Eagles officially named backup QB Vince Young as the starter over second year man Mike Kafka. My question is why is VY getting the start over [...]
PHILADELPHIA -- Eagles quarterback Michael Vick missed a third consecutive day of practice Friday because of broken ribs, but coach Andy Reid did not rule him out of Sunday’s game against the Giants.
Vick broke two ribs during the Eagles’ 21-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday in Philadelphia...
When the season began, the Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants seemed to be a big divisional matchup at the MetLife Stadium, set for 8:20 p.m Sunday.
However, Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is out with two broken ribs and the Eagles are mired at 3-6.
The Giants have won a few close ballgames, but seem to win close games, while the Eagles lose them.
That is why the Giants...
The Eagles' most important game of the season now hinges on Vince Young's shoulders as it was reported Friday that Michael Vick has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants.
As expected, Michael Vick and Jeremy Maclin will not play when the Eagles face the New York Giants in Sunday...