Looks great with no one around him. There is barely anyone in the stands to get in his head.
I don't care if and when players like Donald Lee or Philip Hunt get a pink slip when the Eagles cut their roster to 80 players by Tuesday afternoon.
I only care about players who have a chance to play and potentially rot the team from within.
Before you get worked up about some of the players on this list, please go back and read about the players I wanted run out of town in 2010.
Not one of them are on the roster this year including everyone's favorite left-footed kicker, David Akers.
This year people will get worked up again so I decided to ease them into the list with a couple of layups that most of us can agree on before I get to the top two players on my list.
The Philadelphia Eagles' first pick in the 2008 NFL Draft came in the second round with the 47th overall pick.
With the pick, the Eagles selected defensive tackle Trevor Laws from the University of Notre Dame.
In three years with the Eagles he has four sacks, 30 tackles and one game started.
I'm tired of seeing this guy shuffle in and out of the defensive line only to provide minimal impact. He's the poster child for what's wrong with the Eagles' defensive front—he's serviceable but not quite good enough to make an impact.
Do we all need to suffer and watch the Eagles continuously try to pretend someone like Laws serves a valuable purpose? Go get a stud defensive tackle so we don't have see Laws rotate in and out.
Remember those four sacks mentioned? Well, they all occurred last year. I hope the Eagles see that more as "the blind squirrel finding a nut" theory than a sign of improvement.
King Dunlap had his chances.
He had an opportunity to step into the starter's role at right tackle when Winston Justice couldn't start due to an injury. Dunlap lost to Ryan Harris.
And when Harris went down with his own injury Dunlap was an afterthought as Reid pegged left guard Todd Herremans as the starting right tackle.
Do you feel any confidence in this guy if Herremans missed a snap, let alone a game or any amount of time at right tackle?
I understand some depth is comforting at the position, but when Dunalp is the one providing the depth I actually become uneasy thinking about how hard Michael Vick will get his clock cleaned by some defensive end going around Dunlap with no resistance.
How many undersized defensive ends can we have on our roster?
Am I asking too much to get a big old run-stuffing defensive end?
I understand Jim Washburn's wide-nine technique doesn't call for that type of player, but I'm sure we can plug one in there a couple times per game instead of finding a poor man's version of Trent Cole.
I could probably pick other defensive ends, but I have some resentment built up for Tapp. Last year the Eagles couldn't land Julius Peppers and instead got an underachieving player from the Seattle Seahawks.
The first six names make sense; they all had at least 67 catches and most were the top targets on their respective teams. Celek on the other hand caught 42 passes last year on 79 targets and yet still managed to drop eight passes. This means 10 percent of the passes thrown his way were drops.
Last week Celek posted a tweet about the earthquake in Philadelphia. He said something about him dropping dumbbells to cause the earth to shake. I think we know the real reason.
If you can somehow get over the dropped passes you have to remind yourself how terrible he is at blocking. I'm sure Bart Scott would tell you, "He couldn't stop a nosebleed."
But the most annoying thing about Celek? It's his first down celebrations.
It was irritating when Michael Irvin did it and it's even worse when Celek goes berserk over moving the chains. At least Irvin was good. It didn't bother me that he was a Cowboy, I just found it mind-blowing that a player celebrated a first down.
Maybe he should act like this when he blocks well on a running play to pick up a first down.
Cut him now.
I don't want to mention this stiff's name until he is off the roster. He's flat out awful in every way imaginable.
Spare me the thoughts about who is going to be the backup because I don't care who backs up Michael Vick—I'll take anyone instead of this clown.
He's been given every chance to be a starter in the NFL and he has continuously proven he can't live up to the expectations. He's the epitome of a loser. I don't care how many wins he has as a starter, because when you find new ways to fail, you're a loser.
I'm sure he needs time to learn the offense. I'm even more confident he could have from now until the end of time and he still wouldn't learn how to run the show.
If Vick goes down for an extended period of time it will be a big enough shot to the gut that we don't need repeated body blows watching this idiot personally drive this team into the ground.
I'd rather take Jeff Garcia, Jeff Hostetler or Jeff George.