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Old 01-11-2007, 01:07 AM   #46
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I dont like him anymore
Awww, is there anyone else you like?
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Well, there's one less team to worry about next year in the NFC East...
Of course if the Iggles decide to let Chunky "Its all about me, F the team and winning" Soup start again next season, they'll be looking up at a 2-14 Giants team.
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Even when the Giants have really sucked in years past, their worst record was only 6-10. I don't see them going 2-14 next season. Their schedule won't be too tough because they only went 8-8 this year.
The Eagles have better chance of winning with McNaab as QB.
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The Eagles have better chance of winning with McNaab as QB.
Games when McNabb starts this season: 5-5
Games when Garcia starts this season: 6-1 (5-1 reg, 1-0 playoffs)

Included in Garcia's run is winning 3 straight road games against all 3 division opponents, an incredibly difficult stretch of the schedule.

The Eagles' have now seen what has been holding them back, and its the dude who puked in the Superbowl, not the slender coach, not the courageous WR who returned early from a devastating knee injury to play an inspiring Superbowl just to be run out of town by that soup eating QB and his vociferous mother.

The question is are the Iggles smart enough to unload him this offseason and possibly propel themselves into a Patriot like championship run over the next few years or will they let him play again, make a lot of money in endorsements, pay little attention to the team and mire them in mediocrity again?
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Games when McNabb starts this season: 5-5
Games when Garcia starts this season: 6-1 (5-1 reg, 1-0 playoffs)

Included in Garcia's run is winning 3 straight road games against all 3 division opponents, an incredibly difficult stretch of the schedule.

The Eagles' have now seen what has been holding them back, and its the dude who puked in the Superbowl, not the slender coach, not the courageous WR who returned early from a devastating knee injury to play an inspiring Superbowl just to be run out of town by that soup eating QB and his vociferous mother.

The question is are the Iggles smart enough to unload him this offseason and possibly propel themselves into a Patriot like championship run over the next few years or will they let him play again, make a lot of money in endorsements, pay little attention to the team and mire them in mediocrity again?

ohhhh snap!
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Old 01-11-2007, 01:26 PM   #51
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Oh snap? Give Garcia the ball when the season starts. Then we'll see how well he does. With a healthy McNaab on the sidelines waiting for Garcia to fuck up, we'll see how well he does under pressure.
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looks as if the colts just arrived in baltimore...

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i sure hope ya noticed the offensive line being thrown under the wheels
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Well, Baltimore showed Indy. Indy hasn't even made it to the Super Bowl since they left, but Baltimore has already won one. Oh that's right, Baltimore used to be the Browns and the poor Browns never won.
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i sure hope ya noticed the offensive line being thrown under the wheels
I most certainly did.
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looks as if the colts just arrived in baltimore...

Jeff Saturday makes one hell of a speed bump!
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Games when McNabb starts this season: 5-5
Games when Garcia starts this season: 6-1 (5-1 reg, 1-0 playoffs)

Included in Garcia's run is winning 3 straight road games against all 3 division opponents, an incredibly difficult stretch of the schedule.

The Eagles' have now seen what has been holding them back, and its the dude who puked in the Superbowl, not the slender coach, not the courageous WR who returned early from a devastating knee injury to play an inspiring Superbowl just to be run out of town by that soup eating QB and his vociferous mother.

The question is are the Iggles smart enough to unload him this offseason and possibly propel themselves into a Patriot like championship run over the next few years or will they let him play again, make a lot of money in endorsements, pay little attention to the team and mire them in mediocrity again?
Eagles w. McNabb: 60-65% throw
Eagles w. Garcia: 50% throw

There was never any balance in the offense until McNabb went down, give Garcia the same playbook as McNabb and he goes 1-5
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looks as if the colts just arrived in baltimore...



I really hate to post again, but I have to say how irritated it makes me (and other Colts fans I know) that the Colts get hated for leaving Baltimore, yet look at those Baltimore hypocrites, playing their CLEVELAND BROWNS in purple uniforms!

Yep, remember the Ravens are the Browns! The current Browns are an expansion team (duh I know) but the league played a stupid game and gave the Browns' records to the new Browns, ah, but the Colts still have the old Colts' history and the Titans have the old Oilers' history so it's lame. In reality, the real Browns, the ones with the history of Byner, Sipe, Jim Brown and Otto Graham, are actually now the Ravens. So bite me Baltimore!
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I really like the matchups this weekend.

A Whale's Vagina vs. New England will be epic.
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