Andy Reid says Eagles capable of winn...

Andy Reid says Eagles capable of winning a championship

There are 60 comments on the The Morning Call story from Mar 26, 2009, titled Andy Reid says Eagles capable of winning a championship. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Maybe the ocean breeze and a little sunshine got to Andy Reid. Or maybe the Eagles coach was lured into speaking by an offer of -- or threat to withhold -- his favorite morning meal, a breakfast burrito.

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funny

Allentown, PA

#41 Apr 1, 2009
New Law wrote:
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That only relevance was the quote. Sorry if that was too childish for you.
Lets try this...the EAGLES FANS are the reason the team still stinks. If your team keeps letting you down year after year after year...STOP GOING TO THE GAMES!!! Send the franchise a message that they need to change. As long as you pathetic drone brainwashed morons keep paying their salaries, these guys will still be there.
But where would they get drunk...throw beer bottles...p!ss in their sinks and not get arrested?
funny

Allentown, PA

#42 Apr 1, 2009
AtownBrown wrote:
<quoted text>Let me get this straight, Spiderman. Your saying that the Eagle's fans are the reason the Eagles in the Championship game. Its not the defense that gave up 32 points? Please explain minus the action figure logic. What you need to understand is real fans of a team come win, lose, or tie. Sure Eagles fans are disappointed that the team didn't win the SB, but they have been a great deal closer than the majority of the teams in the NFL. They finished amoungst the top 4 teams in the league this year. Not bad for a team that didn't make the playoffs. Your idea isn't going to work because Philly fans are loyal to the team. They would come just to boo if the team was terrible and they have in the past. Your idea is never going to happen. This isn't a fair weather fan town like Miami or Phoenix.
Wow....they would come just to "Boo" the team. You just gave everybody the insight into Philthy fans that we all really already knew....
funny

Allentown, PA

#43 Apr 1, 2009
AtownBrown wrote:
<quoted text>Whats funny is as bad as McNabb's numbers were this year they were still alot better than that guy on the Steelers that rides a bike without a helmet.
Oh..you mean the one that is wearing two SuperBowl rings of his own after leading the team to a victory this year? Take your numbers...I'll take the wins and the rings any day. You are probably a Cutler lover too...wow...what great numbers...too bad he can't win when it counts.
Slim Shady

Bethlehem, PA

#45 Apr 2, 2009
funny wrote:
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Oh my god you did not just pull that out.....let me know when you win one in this century...
Let me know when you have a perfect season EVER!
McSuck

Parrish, FL

#46 Apr 2, 2009
AtownBrown wrote:
<quoted text>Finally someone with something intelligent to say. I like the insight J Roll. Who do you think the Eagles should go after in free agency? I think they should have went after T.J. from Cincy harder than they did. I also think Bouldin would be a good target given his issues with the OC there.
They will not go after a big name receiver because they are protecting DM. They don't want another T.O. situation on their hands. Big name receivers get tired of working so hard to make a catch or get injured because of bad passes in the dirt, behind them, to high etc... McSuck is the problem and needs to go!!
funny

Allentown, PA

#47 Apr 3, 2009
Slim Shady wrote:
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Let me know when you have a perfect season EVER!
We have had six....the perfect season ends in a super bowl win, preferably in the 21st century.....when did the fins do that again? You must have been popping the cork on the champagne bottle with Schula again....
Slim Shady

Bethlehem, PA

#48 Apr 6, 2009
funny wrote:
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We have had six....the perfect season ends in a super bowl win, preferably in the 21st century.....when did the fins do that again? You must have been popping the cork on the champagne bottle with Schula again....
That may just be the dumbest thing I ever heard.
Seriously

Allentown, PA

#49 Apr 6, 2009
If the Eagles got rid of Reid and McNabb, stopped shedding and losing all of their good players, and had a little miracle of actually getting super star players in the draft, then maybe they'd have a chance of winning a championship. Otherwise, let's start the Philly chant now..."There's always next year! There's always next year!"
not a chance

Harrisburg, PA

#50 Apr 6, 2009
Andy Reid must have got into his kids' "medication" again.
what a baffoon

Harrisburg, PA

#51 Apr 6, 2009
STEELERSROCK wrote:
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I did it's called being a fan and supporting your team. All great teams acklowdge thier fans truely playing a part. It's something only a few teams have achieved.
HAHAHAHA!!! Please do not tell me you are the kind of IDIOT that runs around with his face painted, wearing jerseys, and thinking he is somehow part of the team. Nothing is worse than when some fan refers to their favorite team as "we". YOU have nothing to do with it. I really hope you are not older than 12 if you are making "we" comments.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#52 Apr 6, 2009
STEELERSROCK wrote:
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You make no sense. Here's your quote.
"Maybe a false start here or there, but that is only for home games and the last time I checked the Superbowl is at a neutral site."
Fan support by you're own words can change the game. And the last time I checked there were a signigicant number of more Steelers fans at the superbowl than Cardinals. In fact watch any Steelers game in about 99% of the games played ANYWHERE and you'll see a sea of black n gold. That's why we have the largest following of fan support. You know those fans that "CAN" change the outcome of a game. Stick to tennis dude because your obviosly not much of a football guy.
PS
You sound like a typical fan of a losing organization. Who is it the Eagles?
Hey moron I said fan effect was minimal at best. Its a good thing you don't need to be able to read to be a Steeler fan. What I said is fan support only causes a few false starts for home games. Guess how many false starts there were at the Superbowl? None on either side. So the fan effect in the Superbowl was non-existent. Besides we are talking about a 5 yard penalty. Not quite an earthshattering difference, but hey if you need to believe that to somehow make you feel significant go right ahead. Its pathetic, but if that is all you have I guess you have to go with. I am sure there were more Steelers fans you were playing the Cards. Not quite an organization known for great fans. Not 100% sure, but I don't think the Cards even sold out their season tickets for this year. By the way, Eagles fans were ranked in the top five in NFL fans by ESPN.com and we are real fans that have stuck with the team despite not winning the SB. I am glad you have the largest amount of fan support, but unlike you I didn't choose a team based on fan support. The team with the most fans also likely has the highest amount frontrunner fans, so congrats and enjoy.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#53 Apr 6, 2009
funny wrote:
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Or stupid QB's....or stupid fans....oops...sorry Eagles fans....Real fans use props to show extra support for their team...and throwing beer bottles doesn't count.
Who is more stupid the QB who loses games or the one that crashes a motorcycle without a helmet? Yea grown man waving a dishtowel is really inspiring. Like I said before real fans don't need props.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#54 Apr 6, 2009
New Law wrote:
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Listen my pathetic drone. Good fans get rewarded by great front office decisions in the long run. When that happens and the EAgles finally win a SB, then you make a point. But when you keep getting let down EVERY season, the smell starts to hit even the biggest morons.
Change is needed. Period. Even the other NFC East teams fell bad for Philly fans. It it leaking toward to pitiful. And you my friend have my pity.
Which NFC East teams felt bad for the Eagles? The Skins that were never in the playoff hunt late in the year, the Cowboys who the Eagles destroyed to qualify for the playoffs, or the Giants who the Eagles beat in the Meadowlands in the divisional round? I got news for you the Eagles were the best team in the NFC East when all was said and done this year.
Hot Apple Pie

Essex Junction, VT

#55 Apr 6, 2009
The Kansas City Chiefs are the finest franchise in NFL history, there is no debating this fact. The Chiefs will go undefeated and unscored upon next season and will beat the Eagles by a 69 point shutout in the super bowl. The Kansas city Chiefs are an unstoppable force which will never be stopped. Any person who disagrees with these facts have never been wronger about anything in their entire lives.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#56 Apr 6, 2009
funny wrote:
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Knew it was only a matter of time before Atown Clown showed up
Showed up? I was here long before your broke as$ came around. To be honest after the beating you took from multiple people I am surprised your back. Tell me what is it like to have your own fans tell you to just shut-up. So what are you going to talk about first your "beautiful" wife or how "great" your life is? Maybe you should tell everyone about how in shape your body is. LOL.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#57 Apr 6, 2009
funny wrote:
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It's what real fans do when talking about the team they support. Perfectly acceptable, but you wouldn't know what it is like to have a team worth rooting for...
This is coming from the same guy that thinks it is acceptable to tell a message board full of dudes his height and weight. Sorry bro, you don't have the credibility to make that statement. Fans and the team are seperate. The fact that you waved your yellow dish towel doesn't mean your a part of the team. You don't get a ring for going to Philly to watch your boys go down this year. Just beer dumped on you.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#58 Apr 6, 2009
what a baffoon wrote:
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HAHAHAHA!!! Please do not tell me you are the kind of IDIOT that runs around with his face painted, wearing jerseys, and thinking he is somehow part of the team. Nothing is worse than when some fan refers to their favorite team as "we". YOU have nothing to do with it. I really hope you are not older than 12 if you are making "we" comments.
The sad part is that this guy probably got cut from the freshman football team at his high school and is now in his 40s trying to relive some false glory and stupid enough to actually think he had something to do with a Super Bowl victory. It is a dangerous combination.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#59 Apr 6, 2009
funny wrote:
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Oh..you mean the one that is wearing two SuperBowl rings of his own after leading the team to a victory this year? Take your numbers...I'll take the wins and the rings any day. You are probably a Cutler lover too...wow...what great numbers...too bad he can't win when it counts.
Big Ben did well this last Superbowl on that drive, but are you really going to tell he did anything in his first Superbowl. The guy was 9 for 21 for 123 yards and 2 picks. The Steelers won despite his terrible performance. He was so bad a WR had to throw the TD pass for him and had the same amount of passing yards. Without that D and running game Big Ben is just an average QB. That's is not just my opinion. Listen to the analysts around the league.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#60 Apr 6, 2009
McSuck wrote:
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They will not go after a big name receiver because they are protecting DM. They don't want another T.O. situation on their hands. Big name receivers get tired of working so hard to make a catch or get injured because of bad passes in the dirt, behind them, to high etc... McSuck is the problem and needs to go!!
Comeon you can't honestly believe all WR are like T.O. and cause a scene. Besides T.O. was in the open field running not waiting for a poorly thrown ball when he got hurt, so your arguement doesnt make an sense. Big name receivers will go wherever the money is right.
AtownBrown

Chicago, IL

#61 Apr 6, 2009
Seriously wrote:
If the Eagles got rid of Reid and McNabb, stopped shedding and losing all of their good players, and had a little miracle of actually getting super star players in the draft, then maybe they'd have a chance of winning a championship. Otherwise, let's start the Philly chant now..."There's always next year! There's always next year!"
So your plan is to get rid on of the best coaches and QBs in franchise history and pray for a miracle? Great strategy buddy. Thanks for your input. Please resume eating those lead paint chips.

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