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Old 08-19-2007, 03:11 PM   #21
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Cambell goes down and now Got people on the eagles board saying if Palmer would not of went down they would of won. But like I told them, we beat the bengals with palmer and without palmer does not matter. People just cannot let things go. People of other teams just say it was a dirty hit they do not pay attention to the actual play. They did not watch the Offensive linemen of the Bengals who pushed Kimo in the back. But the Bengals knock out Green from KC but even I saw the KC player knock the Bengals player into Green. I at least watch and keep a open mind.

Eagles fans are worried and sounding out not to play #5 against the dirty Steelers and they were so happy when Reid did not play #5 against the Dirty Ravens.

Eagles fans are very worried that we will take out there QB for the season. I told them to put flags on there players and play flag football.
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Old 08-19-2007, 03:35 PM   #22
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I was watching the game today on NFL Network. The Redskin announcers are a joke. Not only do they talk ONLY about the Redskins (while Steelers announcers had balance), but they kept on and on about how Keisel needs to do a better job. During the replay, it's clear he stumbled, yet they had the "he came in low the whole time" speech. Are we watching the same game? Cry me a river!
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Eagles fans are very worried that we will take out there QB for the season. I told them to put flags on there players and play flag football.
eaglefans surrendering huh? better give these to philly's equipment managers:



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Old 08-19-2007, 03:38 PM   #24
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I was watching the game today on NFL Network. The Redskin announcers are a joke. Not only do they talk ONLY about the Redskins (while Steelers announcers had balance), but they kept on and on about how Keisel needs to do a better job. During the replay, it's clear he stumbled, yet they had the "he came in low the whole time" speech. Are we watching the same game? Cry me a river!
Ya the announcers are a joke, getting names wrong, saying the wrong team. Its by far the worst over the past few weeks I have seen to.

People cry dirty hit but then do not actually watch the play and keep a open mind to it.
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Eagles fans are worried and sounding out not to play #5 against the dirty Steelers and they were so happy when Reid did not play #5 against the Dirty Ravens.
The same bunch that cheered when Michael Irvin sustained the career-ending neck injury? Yeah, I give a shit what they think.
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Old 08-19-2007, 03:45 PM   #26
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Ya the announcers are a joke, getting names wrong, saying the wrong team. Its by far the worst over the past few weeks I have seen to.
Don't even get me started. Is it really that hard to say Verron Haynes? Why do they pronounce it like it's Vearo Hayes?
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Don't even get me started. Is it really that hard to say Verron Haynes? Why do they pronounce it like it's Vearo Hayes?
they even called al saunders- al sanders.
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Hey, as long as Campbell is alright. But how can Cook forget about Luis Castillo, that's a reason we lost some games in 2005
It's called "selective memory". It seems to be an epidemic with the media. I'm not a huge fan of Cook - he's always creeping around somewhere looking for something he can put a negative spin on, no matter how positive it appears on the surface. I can just see him in his adolescent years as a fat little turd sitting on his front porch sucking down a bag of chips and crying because no one wanted to play with him.

In all seriousness, though, I am relieved to hear that Campbell's injury isn't serious. I never like to see any player injured, no matter what team they play for.
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It's called "selective memory". It seems to be an epidemic with the media. I'm not a huge fan of Cook - he's always creeping around somewhere looking for something he can put a negative spin on, no matter how positive it appears on the surface. I can just see him in his adolescent years as a fat little turd sitting on his front porch sucking down a bag of chips and crying because no one wanted to play with him.

In all seriousness, though, I am relieved to hear that Campbell's injury isn't serious. I never like to see any player injured, no matter what team they play for.
Especially in preseason - soaking the season ticketholders for 2 home exhibition games is in the budget, but preseason should be limited to 2 games. The starters only play serious time in the second and third of the 4 games and you can cull the rest of the squad out through practice.
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tony, you just had to put the cheese in didnt ya?????
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