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    I don't usually post here in the off season and as all of you know (and are probably very happy about) the Giants season has been over for a long time. But I wanted to take a few minutes to congratulate you guys on the Superbowl win. All those times people told you that you didn't know how it feels, well now you do. And doesn't it feel great? Enjoy it. That feeling should last from now right up until your America's game comes out in September. Congratulations again. Couldn't happen to more loyal fans.
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    Way too early to be making blanket statements like this. Is it likely he'll be there? No, but who thought Sidney Jones would fall to the 2nd round this time last year. They still have the combine and pro days to get through.
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    Scott might be a drunk but can not deny the fact the man can build a team....Hell had the Skins looking solid for a while until they stupidly let him go to return to Bruce Allen(well good thing for Eagles fans I guess )
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    The good news is this is one less possible destination for Foles. I'm greedy, and want to keep Foles and Wentz.
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    As much as everyone doubted Nick this post-season, I don't want to be eating my words a year from now, but from what we've seen out of Bortles, I just don't see him ever winning it all for the Jags. There could always be a 'magical run', but at this point, I just don't see it.
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    He could fall a few spots depending on what happens with offseason QB acqusitions
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    I am pretty sure he congratulated Eli both times he lost before. I don't think Brady is a lifetime jerk, he just lost his cool on a night when he played out of his mind and still lost. I would rather give the credit to our team for getting him to lose his cool. He has been nothing but classy over all the Deflategate stuff. (you are a moron if you believe any of it) I will say that his Facebook post (Twitter, whatever) congratulating the Eagles was pathetic in that it did not really congratulate them and did not mention Foles. I really hope this is the last Brady Super Bowl. The Eagles would forever be the executioners of the dynasty. Foles will forever be the QB that beat him in a shootout. I don't dislike Brady but c'mon 8 Super Bowls is enough even for the GoaT.
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    Silly isn't it? I give you London Fletcher and Sam Mills as evidence.
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    I'd be so pissed if I was a Jags fans
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    NO WAY do you get Smith at 32 lol(but keep dreaming).barring a "sell the farm" move we'd have to move up WAY too much.IMO Smith goes top 10 at LEAST(probably top 5)
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    And it would keep the Eagles from facing him two times a year! LMAO
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    As for Burton I wish him the best of luck he deserves a chance to start and get paid.....I do not fault players for trying to maximize on there time in the NFL it is a very short and brief window
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    Not sure if anyone read this yet... http://www.phillyvoice.com/analysis-all-29-doug-pedersons-4th-down-go-it-calls-2017/
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    I know many dont want to think about it but Graham could be prime trade bait......He is going to be 30 and on the final year of his deal and he is likely looking to cash out this will be his final chance.....He is also coming off his best season as a pro
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    I see myself as a pretty courteous driver. I often let people merge into lanes while others are boxing them out and they can't get in. Some people roll down their windows and wave, giving thanks. Some people act like it's their God-given right for me to have let them in. I used to get ticked off about people that did not show gratitude. Then I realized I have no control over it. I can't control how others are going to act. I don't have to let anyone merge in front of me, but I still do it because I feel I'm doing the right thing. I'm still cool with offering random acts of kindness. How others take it is completely up to them. If Brady is comfortable looking like a sore-loser that's his prerogative, but I'm not going to whine because he didn't go and congratulate Foles, even though we all know if the situation was reversed Foles would have been right out there.
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    It kind of shows a lack of character. Which we all knew he lacked anyway, because he's a convicted cheater. Still though, it's a shame that he's that self-centered that he can't even congratulate Nick on the remarkable run he'd just completed. One of the most remarkable post season performances by any QB to date. At least his wife showed a little class after the game. Still though, last time I checked, the Eagles still own the Lombardi...
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    Just one possibility: Derrick Kindred would solve the Eagles depth issues at safety https://247sports.com/nfl/philadelphia-eagles/Bolt/Derrick-Kindred-would-solve-the-Eagles-depth-issues-at-safety--115430424
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    The Eagles may not have a pick in either the second or third rounds of this year's draft, but they are adding another first-round talent into the mix. On the season debut of the Journey to the Dra... View the full article
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    Eagles with Doug: We're fine there. Not just a hair off anymore. They did a better job. We'll have to go back and look at the film...of winning SB52.
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    Not as long as Dallas' offseason
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    Derek Barnett looks like an absolute monster! Unbelievable pass rushing phenom! I think years from now when we look back it might just be Graham,Curry,Long, Barwin,Cole....who? Barnett looks to be that kind of talent.
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    The Steelers were not originally an AFL team though. Remember after the merger three NFL teams went with the AFL teams to form the AFC so the two conferences would have an equal number of teams: The Browns, the Colts, and the Steelers. The AFL got just close enough to the NFL to pull off two stunning upsets. The NFL believed it was so vastly superior they often didn't even bother to scout AFL teams. Super Bowl 2 reinforced this notion, the Raiders dominated the AFL that year and yet the Packers easily beat them, and '67 was the weakest of Lombardi's teams. They only went 9-4-1 that year. It set up Super Bowls 3 and 4 to be such a huge stunners. Both the Colts and Vikings thought they could just show up and win and wound up getting shocked. Makes you wonder if Vince Lombardi took the AFL teams more seriously than the other NFL coaches did since he handled them twice with relative ease. Just adds to his legend a bit I suppose and makes the Packers first two Super Bowl wins seem even more impressive than they actually appeared to be at the time. The AFL was obviously further along than people thought.
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    Anthony Miller will be on your radar soon... lol I’m a fanboy of his now I guess.
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