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i love to write, but writing does not love me
i love the eagles but i'm not much of an obnoxious fan
i'm trying to finish my surgical tech program, after that i plan on taking EMT training and work for the Eagles (dare to dream huh?)
i've been trying to convert my girlfriend into a football fan and she's coming along nicely. she has started talking trash to cowboy and giants fans.
unfortunately i've only been to one game since i live down south, the monday night game against the Browns.
i love to analyze football and all the technicalities that come in the game. i would also like to analyze fantasy football. i went 10-4 last season. i had an 11-game winning streak. my players underperformed in the championship, unfortunately. so i lost.
I have been playing sports, both recreational and school, since 6 years old. Basketball has been my first love, but after playing football in high school(for just a year, the next year we had Steve Slaton so i just watched in the sidelines and enjoyed it), i've developed this passion for the game and have since followed my home team, despite having many painful seasons. i also enjoy writing and since i've discovered BR, both outlets can finally become one.
Some interesting breaking news - thought you might like it:
Check out my article on B-Dawk
Greatest Defense Ever?
Sorry I've been MIA, I just got back from vacation....
I thought I would do a piece on my favorite season as a fan of the Eagles, 2006 when Jeff Garcia helped the Birds do the impossible by winning the last five games of the season and clinching the NFC East title. If you have time, I'd love to hear what you think. Thanks!
With the Phillies' quest to defend their world championship starting tomorrow night, I was inspired to compose the ultimate top 20 list--my 20 greatest moments as a Philadelphia sports fan.
In a sport where guys start to show their age in their early to mid 30s, the Phillies' Jamie Moyer is a physical freak of nature. In a good way.
In a perfect world, players like Brian Dawkins and Marvin Harrison would retire with the teams for which they had spent their whole career.
Not so in the NFL...
This past weekend, the Eagles signed Leonard Weaver to a one-year deal to be the team's starting fullback. No more converted defensive tackles - we finally have a reliable fullback with experience!
Let's admit it--the position of quarterback is maybe the most fascinating position in all of sports. It's definitely the most carefully analyzed position. Here is a list of the best of the best...of the best--the 10 greatest seasons by a quarterback in the history of the NFL.