Man, every time you get in the car on a Monday morning ready to start a work week, you’ll have a really nice memory to put you in a positive mood. That’s awesome, dude
I’m 26, still paying off student debt but with a decent job to make a living. When we beat Minnesota I was over the moon. I play Fantasy Football with high school friends but never gamble much other than that but this year i just had that feeling. When the Superbowl came I didnt drive down to Philly (I live near Allentown) I watched the whole game with my dad, a life long Eagles fan. We were on the edge or our seats the whole game and when the Graham strip happened we lost our minds with joy...The car is just the cherry on top of that memory that i’ll have forever, especially when my dad passes. What a year.
Love me some quality gas mileage :)
Not quite yet mates
just a man dog from Yazoo City
Fletcher Cox is the fucking man. He is also very accurate as well.
another inbred Cowboys fan? lol
No accurate on saying the Cowboys suck.
Hell yea they did, get fucked Univeristy of Tampa.
The Phillies won yesterday so we are 15-0-1
Philly Fusion went 4-0 against Boston last night.
I love Lurie. I think he’s the perfect owner. He works hard to hire the right people and then tries to give them the tools to do the job. He is hands on, but he doesn’t micromanage anything. I also like that he is willing to admit a mistake and cut ties (Chip) when things are not working out
Almost every year he has owned the team, it has felt like they have a chance. Obviously, it hasn't worked out every year, but they've been in the thick of it for most of the past twenty-four years.
I was fairly young when Lurie acquired the franchise, but I remember my father saying how it would only be a good thing. He knew Lurie, unlike previous owners, was willing to invest in the team and see it become successful. Back when he got slammed for letting go of Reid, I felt angry because I remember the Cunningham years and how much better it's been since him.
And he doesn't parade around in a MAGA hat.
That snapshot is so sick, what a gorgeous catch and obviously a perfect dot from Foles. Poetic justice that it's Eric Rowe getting toasted, too.
No third round pick from that trade after all, we'll just have to settle for a ring.
69 catches nice
getting toasted, too.
Hello, I am Alshon. Fuck you NFL.
ALSHON CAN'T PLAY WITH A TORN ROTATOR CUFF
NELSON AGHOLOR STILL SLEEPS WITH A NIGHTLIGHT
how tf did he make that incredible catch with a torn rotator cuff?
CHANCE WARMACK EATS PASTE
Plus "your place" is as smooth as a gravel road. Less game than the 17 Browns
/sub/tinder is pretty much just dating memes. I think it used to be about the app but now it's about the lols.
I can taste the salt from here
assistant to the head coach
Good, he deserves it. He received incredibly high praise from Blount.
perfectly handled by the organization
I love that they're showing him love.
I posted this a couple weeks back, but Groh had a significant advantage in experience.
Special Teams Quality Control (2011-2012)
Running Backs (2013-Present)
Assistant, Jets (2000)
Wide Receivers, Virginia (2001-2002)
Wide Receivers/Quarterbacks, Virginia (2003)
Quarterbacks, Virginia (2004-2005)
Offensive Coordinator, Virginia (2006-2008)
Graduate Assistant, Alabama (2009)
Quarterbacks, Louisville (2010)
Wide Receivers, Alabama (2011-2012)
Wide Receivers, Bears (2013-2015)
Wide Receivers, Rams (2016)
Wide Receivers, Eagles (2017)
Duce would have had to absolutely wow in his interview to beat out Groh and even then it would be a longshot. I do hope that they give Duce an expanded role with more responsibility so that he can continue to grow his resume.
But when you consider the fact that the Eagles lost a ton of experience and knowledge in Reich and Flip, it makes sense that they'd lean on the guy with more experience.
Congrats to Groh.
I wonder if Staley will feel dissed? I like the guy but he's never done a gameplan before...I just don't know if he's ready to be an OC.
I’ve heard of a micromanager, but I’ve never heard of a Mike Groh coordinator!
"This is one of the things that led us to our second Superbowl win" - Me on February 4th 2019