Nah, I ain’t French, but Savoir-Faire is everywhere! Better stop kicking to this dude. Better stop letting him run crossing routes and exploiting ya coverage. Better stop letting him ball out on national television. Better stop doubting the Eagles. They’re out to getcha. Leonard Weaver is Tom Rathman. Vick is comfortable and confident. 5 is 5. The Eagles offensive woes inside the five are over. Despite their very glaring defensive shortcomings, the Eagles look as strong offensively as any team in the Lig. Earlier, we spoke about the Eagles having all their weapons on the field at the same time. Last night it went down and Westbrook and Maclin were out. What the hell is any defense going to do when they are all on the field? All of them. oh OH. DeSean Jackson is becoming a legendary NFL player right in front of the world (Did you see him Jerkin’ before he scored and then again in the end zone?). He sets NFL record with 8th TD over 50 yards. In defeating the Giants 45-38, the Eagles are in 1st place in the NFC East. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves, this game is one of many the Eagles have to win on the road to their SB goal. This was one game. Don’t get too hype Philly. You’ve seen this before.
Like I’ve said all night speaking with folk here and there, the question is if this young talented offense is able to step up in the clutch when Donovan McNabb needs them the most. We’ll see. Like Temple said earlier, the loss of Stewart Bradley might come back to haunt this team when the hot is the hottest…but…there are no dominant teams in the NFL despite some unblemished records so…
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