1. Phildelphia Eagles: Mike Vick, Andy Reid and the Team of Destiny

    Shut down corner—excuse me, corners? Check. Well-respected, much revered head coach? Check. Solid organization with winning tradition? Check...

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  2. Andy Reid On The Hot Seat? Why Eagles Fans Should Have a Little More Faith.

    I guess I’m the only Eagles fan who still has faith in Andy Reid. When it was speculated recently that Andy was going to be ousted as the Eagles' head coach and replaced ...

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  3. Andy Reid and the Philadelphia Eagles: The Best There Never Was

    If you’re anything like me, a diehard Philadelphia Eagles fan, you know all too well the agonizing sting of defeat. Moreover, you are used to disappointment and the perpetual search for answers...

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  4. Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Bold Offseason Predictions For 2011

    Before the 2010-2011 season started, there were a number of questions looming in Philadelphia. For the first time since 2002, the Eagles would find themselves without two of the most ...

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  5. Philadelphia Eagles: Areas Of Need For 2011

    If you watched any football this weekend you probably know that there was a little bit of a game that occurred in the New Meadow Lands Stadium...

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  6. Eagles/Giants: Round 2. Thing to Take Into Consideration in This Week's Matchup

    Philadelphia loves a good fight, I mean, this is the home of Rocky, afterall. Well, the Eagles and their fans are going to get their money's worth this Sunday when they head to a very hostile New Meadowlands Staduim to take on the New York Giants...

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  7. Donovan McNabb: Mike Shanahan's Favorite Scapegoat Sees The Bench Again

    So. It’s Week 15. You’re a five win team. You’re, without a doubt, not going to make to make the playoffs and your third in your division...

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  8. NFL Power Rankings: The Best Losing Teams in the League

    The Houston Texans gave the Baltimore Ravens everything they had on Monday night and it still wasn't enough. With tonight's loss the Texans, now 5-8, add to a disappointing season of near misses...

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  9. Brett Favre: 297 and Done, The End of an Era as Favre Says Goodnight in Detroit

    And so it ends. It’s official. After 297 straight starts, the streak for most consecutive starts by an NFL player will end tonight in Detroit...

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  10. Michael Vick: A Defense for Why We Should Forgive Him

    To say that Michael Vick’s 2010 season has been something special would be an understatement. He’s been called transcendent by some and one of the best witnessed by others...

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  11. Eagles Vs. Cowboys: 10 Reasons Why The Birds Should Worry

    The Philadelphia Eagles are the hottest team in football right now. Some are suggesting that they could make a legitimate Super Bowl run. There are, however, a few obstacles in the way...

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  12. Cam Newton: As Far As The Heisman Goes, He Is Just That Good.

    Tonight four young men will sit in Radio City Music Hall in New York City and anxiously await the outcome of a final vote...

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  13. Mark Sanchez, Rex Ryan and New York Jets: Quiet in New York, Who's Bragging Now?

    In 2008, the New York Jets were the team to beat in the AFC East. They had a grizzled old veteran at quarterback coming off one of the best seasons of his career out to prove he still had what it took to win the big one...

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