Found December 01, 2011 on
It’s that time of week. Time to man up and make your pick for this week’s game. Get it right, and you’ll be able to afford the American Dream: Eating all the cans of Pringles you like and getting periodic liposuction treatments to eliminate any unsightly weight gains as a result. Here we go:
Peter King: Eagles 19, Seahawks 10. “Don't ask me why I'd pick Philly to win anything after losing three out of four and totally unraveling Sunday against the Patriots and then flying to the North Pole on a short week.” Seriously, Seattle is the North Pole now? Do you even know where Seattle is?
Six of Nine ESPN Experts: Eagles. Dude, have you guys MET the Eagles? I’m not even sure these men watch football. I think they just sit around all Sunday wrestling each other on the field turf in the studio.
Yahoo! Users: Eagles. (no score)
Pete Prisco (CBS): Eagles.
AJ Daulerio: Eagles.
Index Card I Threw Up In The Air With The Name Of Each Team On Either Side, Seeing Which Team Would L...
BEST OF MAXIM
DeSean Jackson flips the ball behind him in celebration as he runs into the endzone for a touchdown. Unfortunately, he flipped it a yard too soon.
Following the completion of a 50-yard pass, Jackson flips the ball to the Giants' Defensive Coordinator, then proceeds to taunt the Giants' sideline. Jackson is penalized, the 50-yard gain is nullified.
He is truly a...
Philadelphia looked bored and pathetic in a 17 point loss on the road in Seattle last night, dropping the alleged Dream Team’s record to 4-8.
This underachieving mess of a team put an explanation point on its terrible season by not only getting crushed by a bad-but-competitive Seattle team. Many of its players, particularly DeSean Jackson, embarrassed themselves by appearing to...
DeSean Jackson had another subpar game and he didn’t seemed to be focused on making plays. He seemed to be going through the motions. According to the reporters covering the game, he was talking the Seahawks more than he was talking to his Eagles teammates. After the game, the reporters asked him a number [...]
SEATTLE (AP) - NFL rushing leader LeSean McCoy is active for the Philadelphia Eagles despite a toe injury that slowed him in practice this week.McCoy went through pregame warmups and was deemed ready to go Thursday night against Seattle. Along with McCoy, cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha also was active despite a ...
Michael Vick will miss his third straight game because of broken
ribs when the Eagles play at Seattle (4-7) on Thursday night.
NFL rushing leader LeSean McCoy is active for the Philadelphia Eagles despite a toe injury that slowed him in practice this week.
On this short week, it’s a perfect time to throw a bunch of quick Eagles stats conclusions at you. All the data is from Pro Football Focus.
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Vince Young is throwing pretty well to all parts of the field except one -- deep down the sideline.
Standard caveats apply: small sample size, DeSean-itis. Still, it’s a striking discrepancy. Maybe Marty Mornhinweg should call...
Maybe the biggest flop in decades? The Philadelphia Eagles were likened to their cross-town Phillies or the Miami Heat, but at least the latter made the playoffs and or a championship. The latest self-destruction of Eagles was yesterday against the Seattle Seahawks, where QB Vince Young threw four interceptions en route to a 31-14 loss in Seattle. The effort was absolutely...
Pete Carroll head coach of the Seattle Seahawks reported today that WR Sidney Rice is going to be put on Season ENDING injured reserve. Ben Obomanu is expected to start in place of Sidney Rice. With Mike Williams also hurting for the Seahawks Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate and just off the practice squad Deon Butler will have to step into Rice's shoes Thursday night vs. Vince Young...