EagleJoe8

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EagleJoe8 last won the day on October 23 2016

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About EagleJoe8

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  • Birthday 12/21/1976

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    Harrisburg PA
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  1. Oh I get that. It's why I started out saying it was a dumb thing to do. I don't think it was his intent to be distasteful, or disrespectful. I just believe he got caught up in the excitement of a big playoff win and wanted to share the moment. One thing for sure, I'm quite sure it won't happen again.
  2. Dumb thing to do. He got caught up in the moment of winning a tough road playoff game, I get it. At the end of the day, I don't think it's a HUGE deal. I understand why teams want locker room talk kept private. I don't see it being that big a motivator for the Pats though. Playing for a Super Bowl appearance should be motivation enough. It's is kind of funny hearing someone saying to watch themselves on social media, all the while, being broadcast (unknowingly of course) on social media.
  3. Thanks.
  4. Is there a video available? I've heard a lot about this but haven't seen it myself yet.
  5. 1st in post season wins against Vince Lombardi!
  6. And you didn't even have to jinx them all season lol
  7. Yep. Great ending.
  8. My favorite was in 2007, in Dallas when he called a timeout to think about challenging a play. Challenged the play, lost the challenge, and another timeout in the process. Fortunately we won that game anyway.
  9. Bring back Dave Campo!
  10. No idea. Not everything happens exactly when it should. He obviously had no chance in Baltimore. Sometimes, it's a matter of teams wanting someone to gain more experience and build more of a resume. What I'm saying here, is if the Eagles show that they can have strong drafts these next two years, he's likely getting hired to run the show somewhere else.
  11. I was hoping it was over, but being that they still had well more than a half to play, I knew it was too early to call it. Then Dallas scores in 94 seconds, and Michael screws up the KO and only got to the 5, followed by a 3 and out. I had that sinking feeling.
  12. His wife was/is having health issues.
  13. Not a huge leap at all. If his responsibility is setting the draft board, and he excels at that, he's going to get snatched up in a heartbeat. Full GM would be the next step for him.
  14. Some fans are mad because we see how this will end. Bringing in Douglas is great, but one or two good drafts, and someone is going to hire him away for their open GM position. Then where are we? Right back where we started. Lurie should have made Douglas GM right off the bat and protected that asset.