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  1. 36 points
    You're right. We don't laugh after wins. We end up criticizing our own guys or complaining about something irrelevant. That's how we enjoy a victory.
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    All good here health wise guys. Only have some fallen trees and missing a part of my backyard fence, if anyone has seen it. But most importantly, family is safe, just checked on my folks and sister, and they are all fine as well. However, we were extremely lucky. Parts of my area are completely destroyed/just gone. Some parts do look apocalyptic. It’s a very strange feeling to wake up to low flying search and rescue helicopters flying by every few mins. I also wasn’t expecting abandoned/partially destroyed boats to be blocking coastal roads. Fort Myers Beach looks like a nuke was dropped on it. Buildings/restaurants just completely leveled. Pier destroyed. If anyone is familiar with the Times Square area, it is all completely just gone. People are still being rescued off Sanibel/Captiva by boat because the causeway was destroyed from storm surge and people can’t get on or off. I saw some tagging me with predictions. It’s fine, but if anyone wants to take over recording them, be my guest. I don’t have power, internet or even safe running water at the moment and don’t know when it’s coming back, so I don’t know when I’ll be able to get to them. I can only post this because I found a parking lot that has two bars of service.
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    Thought I would stop by and say hello to my old friends/blog mates. I hope all is well with you all. I can't believe what I'm seeing from Hurts so far this year. His passing is vastly improved and he doesn't seem to want to take off all the time now. Maybe just maybe I may have been wrong in my assessment of him. Lurie however is still a clown. Anyhow hope you're all doing great I'll check back from time to time. God bless you all!
  5. 21 points
    Before I get into game day. I do this every year. This is a final call for the following. FDNY A Joseph Agnello, Firefighter, Ladder 118 Brian Ahearn, Lieutenant, Engine 230 Eric Allen, Firefighter, Squad 18 Richard Allen, Firefighter, Ladder 15 James Amato, Captain*, Squad 1 Calixto Anaya, Jr., Firefighter, Engine 4 Joseph Angelini, Sr., Firefighter, Rescue 1 Joseph Angelini, Jr., Firefighter, Ladder 4 Faustino Apostol, Jr., Firefighter, Batallion 2 David Arce, Firefighter, Engine 33 Louis Arena, Firefighter, Ladder 5 Carl Asaro, Firefighter, Batallion 9 Gregg Atlas, Lieutenant, Engine 10 Gerald Atwood, Firefighter, Ladder 21 B Gerard Baptiste, Firefighter, Ladder 9 Gerald Barbara, Assistant Chief, Citywide Tour Commander Matthew Barnes, Firefighter, Ladder 25 Arthur Barry, Firefighter, Ladder 15 Steven Bates, Lieutenant, Engine 235 Carl Bedigian, Lieutenant, Engine 214 Stephen Belson, Firefighter, Ladder 24 John Bergin, Firefighter, Rescue 5 Paul Beyer, Firefighter, Engine 6 Peter Bielfield, Firefighter, Ladder 42 Brian Bilcher, Firefighter, Squad 1 Carl Bini, Firefighter, Rescue 5 Christopher Blackwell, Firefighter, Rescue 3 Michael Bocchino, Firefighter, Batallion 48 Frank Bonomo, Firefighter, Engine 230 Gary Box, Firefighter, Squad 1 Michael Boyle, Firefighter, Engine 33 Kevin Bracken, Firefighter, Engine 40 Michael Brennan, Firefighter, Ladder 4 Peter Brennan, Firefighter, Rescue 4 Daniel Brethel, Captain, Ladder 24 Patrick Brown, Captain, Ladder 3 Andrew Brunn, Firefighter, Ladder 5 Vincent Brunton, Captain, Ladder 105 Ronald Bucca, Fire Marshal Greg Buck, Firefighter, Engine 201 William Burke, Jr., Captain, Engine 21 Donald Burns, Assistant Chief, Citywide Tour Commander John Burnside, Firefighter, Ladder 20 Thomas Butler, Firefighter, Squad 1 Patrick Byrne, Firefighter, Ladder 101 C George Cain, Firefighter, Ladder 7 Salavatore Calabro, Firefighter, Ladder 101 Frank Callahan, Captain, Ladder 35 Michael Cammarata, Firefighter, Ladder 11 Brian Cannizzaro, Firefighter, Ladder 101 Dennis Carey, Firefighter, Haz-Mat Company 1 Michael Carlo, Firefighter, Engine 230 Michael Carroll, Firefighter, Ladder 3 Peter Carroll, Firefighter, Squad 1 Thomas Casoria, Firefighter, Engine 22 Michael Cawley, Firefighter, Ladder 136 Vernon Cherry, Firefighter, Ladder 118 Nicholas Chiofalo, Firefighter, Engine 235 John Chipura, Firefighter, Engine 219 Michael Clarke, Firefighter, Ladder 2 Steven Coakley, Firefighter, Engine 217 Tarel Coleman, Firefighter, Squad 252 John Collins, Firefighter, Ladder 25 Robert Cordice, Firefighter, Squad 1 Ruben Correa, Firefighter, Engine 74 James J. Corrigan, Captain, Retired - Engine 320 James Coyle, Firefighter, Ladder 3 Robert Crawford, Firefighter, Safety Battalion 1 John Crisci, Lieutenant, Haz-Mat Company 1 Dennis Cross, Deputy Chief , Batallion 57 Thomas Cullen III, Firefighter, Squad 41 Robert Curatolo, Firefighter, Ladder 16 D Edward D'Atri, Lieutenant, Squad 1 Michael D'Auria, Firefighter, Engine 40 Scott Davidson, Firefighter, Ladder 118 Edward Day, Firefighter, Ladder 11 Thomas DeAngelis (1), Batallion Chief, Batallion 8 Manuel Delvalle, Firefighter, Engine 5 Martin Demeo, Firefighter, Haz-Mat Co. 1 David Derubbio, Firefighter, Engine 226 Andrew Desperito, Lieutenant, Engine 1 Dennis Devlin, Batallion Chief, Batallion 9 Gerard Dewan, Firefighter, Ladder 3 George Dipasquale, Firefighter, Ladder 2 Kevin Donnelly, Lieutenant, Engine 1 Kevin Dowdell, Lieutenant, Rescue 4 Raymond Downey, Deputy Chief, Special Operations Command Gerard Duffy, Firefighter, Ladder 21 E Martin Egan, Jr., Captain, Division 15 Michael Elferis, Firefighter, Engine 22 Francis Esposito, Firefighter, Engine 235 Michael Esposito, Lieutenant*, Squad 1 Robert Evans, Firefighter, Engine 33 F John Fanning, Battalion Chief, Haz-Mat Operations Thomas Farino, Captain, Engine 26 Terrence Farrell, Firefighter, Rescue 4 Joseph Farrelly, Captain*, Division 1 William Feehan, Deputy Commissioner Lee Fehling, Firefighter, Engine 235 Alan Feinberg, Firefighter, Battalion 9 Michael Fiore, Firefighter, Rescue 5 John Fischer, Captain - Formerly Lieutenant, Ladder 20 Andre Fletcher, Fire Marshal (was Firefighter), Rescue 5 John Florio, Firefighter, Engine 214 Michael Fodor, Lieutenant, Squad 1 Thomas Foley, Firefighter, Rescue 3 David Fontana, Firefighter*, Squad 1 Robert Foti, Firefighter, Ladder 7 Andrew Fredericks, Firefighter*, Squad 18 Peter Freund, Lieutenant, Engine 55 G Thomas Gambino, Jr., Firefighter, Rescue 3 Peter C. Ganci, Jr., Chief Charles Garbarini, Lieutenant, Battalion 9 Thomas Gardner, Firefighter, Haz-Mat Co. 1 Matthew Garvey, Firefighter, Squad 1 Bruce Gary, Firefighter, Engine 40 Gary Geidel, Firefighter, Rescue 1 Edward Geraghty, Battalion Chief, Battalion 9 Denis Germain, Firefighter, Ladder 2 Vincent Giammona, Lieutenant*, Ladder 5 James Giberson, Firefighter, Ladder 35 Ronnie Gies, Firefighter*, Squad 288 Paul Gill, Firefighter, Engine 54 John Ginley, Lieutenant, Engine 40 Jeffrey Giordano, Firefighter, Ladder 3 John Giordano (1), Firefighter, Engine 37 Keith Glascoe, Firefighter, Ladder 21 James Gray, Firefighter, Ladder 20 Joseph Grzelak, Battalion Chief, Battalion 48 Jose Guadalupe, Firefighter, Engine 54 Geoffrey Guja, Lieutenant, Battalion 43 Joseph Gullickson, Lieutenant, Ladder 101 H David Halderman, Firefighter*, Squad 18 Vincent Halloran, Lieutenant, Ladder 8 Robert Hamilton, Firefighter, Squad 41 Sean Hanley, Firefighter, Ladder 20 Thomas Hannafin, Firefighter*, Ladder 5 Dana Hannon, Firefighter, Engine 26 Daniel Harlin, Firefighter, Ladder 2 Harvey Harrell, Lieutenant, Rescue 5 Stephen Harrell, Lieutenant, Battalion 7 Timothy Haskell, Firefighter, Squad 18 Thomas J. Haskell, Jr., Battalion Chief, Division 15 Terence Hatton, Captain*, Rescue 1 Michael Haub, Firefighter, Ladder 4 Philip T. Hayes, Firefighter, Retired - Engine 217 Michael Healey, Lieutenant, Squad 41 John Heffernan, Firefighter, Ladder 11 Ronnie Henderson, Firefighter, Engine 279 Joseph Henry, Firefighter, Ladder 21 William Henry, Firefighter, Rescue 1 Thomas Hetzel, Firefighter, Ladder 13 Brian Hickey, Captain*, Rescue 4 Timothy Higgins, Lieutenant, Special Operations Jonathon Hohmann, Firefighter, Haz-Mat Co. 1 Thomas Holohan, Firefighter, Engine 6 Joseph Hunter, Firefighter, Squad 288 Walter Hynes, Captain, Ladder 13 I Jonathan Ielpi, Firefighter, Squad 288 Frederick Ill, Jr., Captain, Ladder 2 J William Johnston, Firefighter, Engine 6 Andrew Jordan, Firefighter, Ladder 132 Karl Joseph, Firefighter, Engine 207 Anthony Jovic, Lieutenant, Battalion 47 Angel Juarbe, Jr., Firefighter, Ladder 12 Mychal Judge, Chaplain K Vincent Kane, Firefighter*, Engine 22 Charles Kasper *, Battalion Chief, SOC Battalion Paul Keating, Firefighter, Ladder 5 Richard Kelly, Jr., Firefighter, Ladder 11 Thomas Kelly, Firefighter, Ladder 15 Thomas Kelly, Firefighter*, Ladder 105 Thomas Kennedy, Firefighter, Ladder 101 Ronald Kerwin, Lieutenant, Squad 288 Michael Kiefer, Firefighter, Ladder 132 Robert King, Jr., Firefighter, Engine 33 Scott Kopytko, Firefighter, Ladder 15 William Krukowski, Firefighter, Ladder 21 Kenneth Kumpel, Firefighter*, Ladder 25 Thomas Kuveikis, Firefighter, Squad 252 L David LaForge, Firefighter, Ladder 20 William Lake, Firefighter, Rescue 2 Robert Lane, Firefighter, Engine 55 Peter Langone, Firefighter, Squad 252 Scott Larsen, Firefighter, Ladder 15 Joseph Leavey, Lieutenant, Ladder 15 Neil Leavy, Firefighter, Engine 217 Daniel Libretti, Firefighter, Rescue 2 Carlos Lillo, Paramedic, Battalion 49 Robert Linnane, Firefighter, Ladder 20 Michael Lynch, Firefighter, Engine 40 Michael Lynch, Firefighter*, Ladder 4 Michael Lyons, Firefighter, Squad 41 Patrick Lyons, Firefighter*, Squad 252 M Joseph Maffeo, Firefighter, Ladder 101 William Mahoney, Firefighter, Rescue 4 Joseph Maloney, Firefighter, Ladder 3 Joseph Marchbanks, Jr.,* Battalion Chief, Battalion 57 Charles Margiotta, Lieutenant, Battalion 22 Kenneth Marino, Firefighter, Rescue 1 John Marshall, Firefighter, Ladder 27 Peter C. Martin, Lieutenant, Rescue 2 Paul Martini, Lieutenant, Engine 201 Joseph Mascali, Firefighter, Rescue 5/Tactical Support 2 Keithroy Maynard, Firefighter, Engine 33 Brian McAleese, Firefighter, Engine 226 John McAvoy, Firefighter, Ladder 3 Thomas McCann, Firefighter, Battalion 8 William McGinn, Lieutenant*, Squad 18 William McGovern, Battalion Chief, Battalion 2 Dennis McHugh, Firefighter, Ladder 13 Robert McMahon, Firefighter, Ladder 20 Robert McPadden, Firefighter, Engine 23 Terence McShane, Firefighter, Ladder 101 Timothy McSweeney, Firefighter, Ladder 3 Martin McWilliams, Firefighter, Engine 22 Raymond Meisenheimer, Firefighter, Rescue 3 Charles Mendez, Firefighter, Ladder 7 Steve Mercado, Firefighter, Engine 40 Douglas Miller, Firefighter, Rescue 5 Henry Miller, Jr., Firefighter, Ladder 105 Robert Minara, Firefighter, Ladder 25 Thomas Mingione, Firefighter, Ladder 132 Paul Mitchell, Lieutenant, Battalion 1 Louis Modafferi, Battalion Chief (was Captain), Rescue 5 Dennis Mojica, Lieutenant, Rescue 1 Manuel Mojica, Firefighter, Squad 18 Carl Molinaro, Firefighter, Ladder 2 Michael Montesi, Firefighter, Rescue 1 Thomas Moody, Captain, Division 1 John Moran, Battalion Chief, Battalion 49 Vincent Morello, Firefighter, Ladder 35 Christopher Mozzillo, Firefighter, Engine 55 Richard Muldowney, Jr., Firefighter, Ladder 7 Michael Mullan, Firefighter, Ladder 12 Dennis Mulligan, Firefighter, Ladder 2 Raymond Murphy, Lieutenant, Ladder 16 N Robert Nagel, Lieutenant, Engine 58 John Napolitano, Firefighter*, Rescue 2 Peter Nelson, Firefighter, Rescue 4 Gerard Nevins, Firefighter, Rescue 1 O Dennis O'Berg, Firefighter, Ladder 105 Daniel O'Callaghan, Lieutenant, Ladder 4 Douglas Oelschlager, Firefighter, Ladder 15 Joseph Ogren, Firefighter, Ladder 3 Thomas O'Hagan, Lieutenant, Battalion 4 Samuel Oitice, Firefighter, Ladder 4 Patrick O'Keefe (1), Firefighter, Rescue 1 William O'Keefe, Captain, Division 15 Eric Olsen, Firefighter, Ladder 15 Jeffrey Olsen, Firefighter, Engine 10 Steven Olson, Firefighter, Ladder 3 Kevin O'Rourke, Firefighter, Rescue 2 Michael Otten, Firefighter, Ladder 35 P Jeffrey Palazzo, Firefighter, Rescue 5 Frank Palombo, Firefighter, Ladder 105 Orio Palmer, Battalion Chief, Battalion 7 Paul Pansini, Firefighter*, Engine 10 John Paolillo*, Battalion Chief, Battalion 11 James Pappageorge, Firefighter, Engine 23 Robert Parro, Firefighter, Engine 8 Durrell Pearsall, Firefighter, Rescue 4 Glenn Perry, Lieutenant, Ladder 25 Philip Petti, Lieutenant, Battalion 7 Kevin Pfeifer, Lieutenant, Engine 33 Kenneth Phelan, Lieutenant, Engine 217 Christopher Pickford, Firefighter, Engine 201 Shawn Powell, Firefighter, Engine 207 Vincent Princiotta, Firefighter, Ladder 7 Kevin Prior, Firefighter, Squad 252 Richard Prunty, Battalion Chief, Battalion 2 Q Lincoln Quappe, Firefighter, Rescue 2 Michael Quilty, Lieutenant, Ladder 11 Ricardo Quinn, Paramedic, Battalion 57 R Leonard Ragaglia, Firefighter, Engine 54 Michael Ragusa, Firefighter, Engine 250 Edward Rall, Firefighter, Rescue 2 Adam Rand, Firefighter, Squad 288 Donald Regan, Firefighter, Rescue 3 Robert Regan, Lieutenant, Ladder 118 Christian Regenhard, Firefighter, Ladder 131 Kevin Reilly, Firefighter, Engine 207 Vernon Richard, Captain, Ladder 7 James Riches, Firefighter, Engine 4 Joseph Rivelli, Jr., Firefighter, Ladder 25 Michael Roberts, Firefighter, Engine 214 Michael Roberts, Firefighter, Ladder 35 Anthony Rodriguez, Firefighter, Engine 279 Matthew Rogan, Firefighter, Ladder 11 Nicholas Rossomando, Firefighter, Rescue 5 Paul Ruback, Firefighter, Ladder 25 Stephen Russell, Firefighter, Engine 55 Michael Russo, Lieutenant, Special Operations Matthew Ryan, Battalion Chief, Battalion 1 S Thomas Sabella, Firefighter, Ladder 13 Christopher Santora, Firefighter, Engine 54 John Santore, Firefighter, Ladder 5 Gregory Saucedo, Firefighter, Ladder 5 Dennis Scauso, Firefighter, Haz-Mat Co. 1 John Schardt, Firefighter, Engine 201 Fred Scheffold, Battalion Chief, Battalion 12 Thomas Schoales, Firefighter, Engine 4 Gerard Schrang, Firefighter, Rescue 3 Gregory Sikorsky, Firefighter, Squad 41 Stephen Siller, Firefighter, Squad 1 Stanley Smagala, Jr., Firefighter, Engine 226 Kevin Smith, Firefighter, Haz-Mat Co. 1 Leon Smith, Jr., Firefighter, Ladder 118 Robert Spear, Jr., Firefighter, Engine 50 Joseph Spor, Firefighter, Ladder 38 Lawrence Stack, Battalion Chief, Battalion 50 Timothy Stackpole, Captain, Division 11 Gregory Stajk, Firefighter, Ladder 13 Jeffrey Stark, Firefighter, Engine 230 Benjamin Suarez, Firefighter, Ladder 21 Daniel Suhr, Firefighter, Engine 216 Christopher Sullivan, Lieutenant, Ladder 111 Brian Sweeney, Firefighter, Rescue 1 T Sean Tallon, Firefighter, Ladder 10 Allan Tarasiewicz, Firefighter, Rescue 5 Paul Tegtmeier, Firefighter, Engine 4 John Tierney, Firefighter, Ladder 9 John Tipping II, Firefighter, Ladder 4 Hector Tirado, Jr., Firefighter, Engine 23 V Richard VanHine, Firefighter, Squad 41 Peter Vega, Firefighter, Ladder 118 Lawrence Veling, Firefighter, Engine 235 John Vigiano II, Firefighter, Ladder 132 Sergio Villanueva, Firefighter, Ladder 132 Lawrence Virgilio, Firefighter, Squad 18 W Robert Wallace, Lieutenant, Engine 205 Jeffrey Walz, Firefighter*, Ladder 9 Michael Warchola, Lieutenant, Ladder 5 Patrick Waters (2), Captain, Special Operations Kenneth Watson, Firefighter, Engine 214 Michael Weinberg, Firefighter, Engine 1 David Weiss, Firefighter, Rescue 1 Timothy Welty, Firefighter, Squad 288 Eugene Whelan, Firefighter, Engine 230 Edward White, Firefighter, Engine 230 Mark Whitford, Firefighter, Engine 23 Glenn Wilkinson, Lieutenant, Engine 238 John Williamson, Battalion Chief, Battalion 6 David Wooley, Captain, Ladder 4 William X. Wren, Firefighter, Retired - Ladder 166 Y Raymond York, Firefighter, Engine 285 Port Athurity Police Supt. Ferdinand V. Morrone, 63 Chief James A. Romito, 51 Lt. Robert D. Cirri Insp. Anthony P. Infante, Jr., 47 Capt. Kathy Nancy Mazza, 46 Sgt. Robert M. Kaulfers, 49 Donald James McIntyre, 38 Walter Arthur McNeil, 53 Joseph Michael Navas, 44 James Nelson, 40 Alfonse J. Niedermeyer, 40 James Wendell Parham, 32 Dominick A. Pezzulo, 36 Antonio J. Rodrigues, 35 Richard Rodriguez, 31 Bruce Albert Reynolds, 41 Christopher C. Amoroso, 29 Maurice V. Barry, 48 Clinton Davis, Sr., 38 Donald A. Foreman, 53 Gregg J. Froehner, 46 Uhuru Gonga Houston, 32 George G. Howard, 44 Thomas E. Gorman Stephen Huczko, Jr., 44 Paul William Jurgens, 47 Liam Callahan, 44 Paul Laszczynski, 49 David Prudencio Lemagne, 27 John Joseph Lennon, Jr., 44 John Dennis Levi, 50 James Francis Lynch, 47 John P. Skala, 31 Walwyn W. Stuart, Jr., 28 Kenneth F. Tietjen, 31 Nathaniel Webb Michael T. Wholey Sirius, K-9 New York Police Department Sgt. Timothy A. Roy, Sr., 36 Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin, 43 Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis, 33 Sgt. Michael S. Curtin, 45 Det. Joseph V. Vigiano, 34 Det. Claude Daniel Richards, 46 Moira Ann Smith, 38 Ramon Suarez, 45 Paul Talty, 40 Santos Valentin, Jr., 39 Walter E. Weaver, 30 Ronald Philip Kloepfer, 39 Thomas M. Langone, 39 James Patrick Leahy, 38 Brian Grady McDonnell, 38 John William Perry, 38 – an actor on shows like NYPD Blue and One Life to Live who was filing his police force retirement papers on that morning[13] Glen Kerrin Pettit, 30 John D'Allara, 47 Vincent Danz, 38 Jerome M. P. Dominguez, 37 Stephen P. Driscoll, 38 Mark Joseph Ellis, 26 Robert Fazio, Jr., 41 Private EMS Workers Keith Fairben, 24, – a paramedic who worked for the New York Presbyterian Hospital Richard Pearlman, 18, – an EMT who worked for the Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance Mario Santoro, 28 – a paramedic who worked for the New York Presbyterian Medical Center Yamel Merino, 24 – a single mother of an eight year old son who worked as an EMT for Metrocare/Montefiore Medical Center for three years Mohammad Salman Hamdani, 23 – a Muslim-American man who worked as a part-time FDNY Certified EMT and also a member of the New York City Police Department Cadet Corps for three years Marc Sullins, 30 – an EMT who worked with Cabrini Medical Center Mark Schwartz, 50 – an EMT who worked for Hunter Ambulance Jeff Simpson, 38 – an EMT who worked for the Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad, and also an employee for Oracle Corporation There is no answer from any of those listed. These men and women gave every thing on September 11, 2001. They have responded to their final alarm. They have responded home to be with the lord. But thier job is not done, their job is to now to watch over your fellow emergency workers. They may be gone but they are never forgotten.
  6. 18 points
    It was absolutely brutal out there today. One of the worst weather days I've ever experienced. The combination of wind and rain was unbearable. There was no chance of staying dry, and once you were wet, it felt about twenty or thirty degrees colder than what you'd normally feel. I doubt people are complaining too much, but if you are, you're a fool. I'm sure the conditions were a lot worse than folks watching at home could really grasp. That's one of those games where you just want to walk out with a win, to hell with how pretty it might look.
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    I should be good. Things are starting to settle down, at least for me.
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    Another amazing accomplishment for the greatest president in U.S. history.
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  12. 15 points
    I know y'all are flying EAGLE high right now but you have a divisional game against my COMMANDERS this sunday at 1and nobody is gonna pick my team to win it...As you EAGLE fans laugh all the way up till kickoff for this Game partying having a good time but the game must be played,so lets see if your laughing at game end...I'm here to say your team will NOT be laughing come 4pm sunday afternoon...Now DO What YALL Do and Beat me Up and Leave Me for DEAD...
  13. 15 points
    I might need some work on this, but I'm going to give it a try. I'm sure a lot of people are happy about today's game, but I'm not one of them. I'm furious about everything. Right now we're 3-0 but we should really be a lot better than that. Let me elaborate on all the things that ticked me off about today's game. These go to eleven. 1) Britain Covey fumbling a punt and looking like a doofus returning the ball. I'm sure anyone else could do better. 2) The offensive performance in the second half was abysmal. If we had spent more time in training camp practicing, we probably would have done better. Likewise if we weren't taking extra days off during the season. 3) The clown show at the end of the first half. We wasted too much time before calling a timeout and then we run three stupid plays and are forced to hurry a fourth down throw. We're just lucky it worked. 4) How come we're not getting any contributions from Quez Watkins? Something has to be done about that. Maybe we should hire a new wide receiver coach or something. 5) Our running game sucked. I'm not sure if this was the fault of the running backs or the offensive line. Probably both suck. We should probably activate Trey Sermons for the next game and let him carry the ball. He can't be any worse. 6) Why on earth are we risking DeVonta Smith to return punts? We should probably fire the special teams coach after than blunder. 7) Why did we put in Sua Opeta at left guard late in the game instead of Cam Jurgens? We have to give Jurgens some experience at guard. If not, this could be a completely wasted year for him, which would be proof positive that he was another boneheaded pick by Howie. 8) Speaking of boneheaded picks by Howie, how come we never see Nakobe Dean do anything? I saw people in the stands wearing 17 jerseys and yet Dean doesn't even play. What's up with THAT?!! 9) Speaking of jerseys, Nick Sirianni looks like a clown wearing former players jerseys. And for initiating a scheme with players photos on t-shirts after they make interceptions. Can he look any more dorky than that? I remember when coaches in the olden days used to wear suits and hats. Remember Tom Landry? Sirianni should try to do that. 10) Where is Milton Williams? I never see him making any plays. 11) Jalen Hurts didn't run for a lot of yards and didn't score any touchdowns. If we get into the postseason when the weather gets colder and it's harder to pass the ball, we're going to need for him to run more effectively than he did today.
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    I spent about four minutes looking up DeSean Jackson's punt return stats starting in 2011, the year after his famous return. Since then, over a span of eleven seasons, he has returned 41 punts for 203 yards and zero touchdowns. That's less than five yards a return. It comes out to about 4.95 yards per return. It's pretty bad. Given his age now, I'd expect it to be even worse. So basically suggesting that he would be the ideal punt returner for the Eagles going forward is pretty idiotic.
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    The all-22 is up. I thought the OL played only so-so, by their standards. Both Lane and Mailata gave up inside pressures, as did Seumalo. Dickerson definitely was downfield on those two calls. Kelce was on a couple but wasn't called, one of them being the inside screen to Gainwell that turned into an INT. The DL was terrific. They started a number of series in the 4i and completely stoned the Vikings' running game. Cox, Hargrave, and Williams all had several pressures, as did Reddick. Davis had some nice plays that won't show up in the stat sheet but isolated teammates as he absorbed double-teams. Remember how teams would kill us with underneath stuff last year? Faster LBs and DBs are taking that away and the DL is doing a good job of pressuring straight up the middle. Cousins was throwing off his back foot all night. It's still early, though, but I'm getting excited.
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    Eagles O-Line looks like they are about to drop the hottest Christian Country album And Driscoll was absolutely photo-shopped into this
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    I want to say a few things about Hurts last night... 1. I have been radically anti Hurts from day 1. I hate running QBs. I hate the notion of tolerating a running QB who is a mediocre passer. It doesn't work. Never has, never will. I will nitpick and bash every single game in which our offense scores 41 points while Hurts runs for 130 yards with 2 running TDs while passing at a 55% clip on high school level dump offs. Those performances enrage me. I can't even enjoy the wins and all I do is look to the horizon for a new QB. 2. Last night was not one of those performances. He looked more like Drew Brees than Lamar Jackson. The running was entertaining, but it was mere window dressing over the real substance of the performance, which was passing. He made the right reads, pulled the right levers in the right amount of time, threw with touch, and moved the ball effortlessly with his arm. It was fun to watch, enjoyable to think about his future, and probably the best Eagle QB performance since Foles in 52. I can get behind a QB that plays like this. That "just win" crap when Hurts is in a caretaker RB offense makes my blood boil...but last night, he did a lot more than just win. 3. Was that sustainable? Can he build on that? Can that be the real Hurts instead of the crude, reluctant passer who deserves to be called a running back? Well, now I'm willing to wait a bit to find out (I don't really like the 2023 QB class, for what it's worth). I've gone from radically anti-Hurts to curiously sitting right in the middle of the fence. 4. The arm strength does bother me. Forget Allen/Mahomes...Hurts is absolutely in a below-average category for arm strength amongst NFL starters. Rapid, perfect reads and a compact release can overcome that, but it is noticeable that he can't paste the ball onto a target on a bang-bang play. 5. Aside from the vastly improved passing performance last night, he also did a much better job avoiding hits when he did run.
  39. 12 points
    Wow the Blog really went off the rails a bit last night. Bit of a long post coming. Here's the thing, many of us offer valid criticisms of Hurts. We beat it into the ground, because that's the biggest issue on our favorite team, and the Blog is where we discuss said things. Some push back and say "We know the issues, why rehash them over and over"....well....it's a discussion board. And specifically in the off season, there's a lot of nothingness going on, so naturally the conversation will wind it's way back to Hurts. Now, the issue with Hurts that I have, is last year, he couldn't beat a good team. Would pad his stats against them in garbage time so he looked better than he really was (and his stats aren't really that great). We were told all offseason, that he was the hardest working guy in the league, he's out working with a QB guru, fixing his mechanics, etc. Then we get into training camp, and the reports are out there that he's running in 7v7 and 11v11 drills. Where nobody can hit him, and thus they become useless reps. Add into that the limited reps and practice that this organization has decided to go with, and frustration starts to build. Game 1 of the season arrives, and Hurts beats up on a bad team, again. But he does so by running the ball 17 (16, whatever) times. And you have people nitpicking through the plays to justify it. By this point, I wanted to see him use his athleticism to avoid the rush, but keep looking downfield and throw the ball. He just isn't capable of that. I don't know if he's selfish (as he claimed he likes to "get freaky") or if he's just aware of his limitations (throwing the ball). But it's a problem. It worked against a bad team, just like last year. And, because we've seen no indication of any improvement in his mentality towards the position, I think we can predict with accuracy how this season is going to go. Likely, we win the division, and get bounced in the playoffs when we play a good defense. It all feels like a giant waste of time to get invested with this guy, because he's not taking us where we want to go. And as a fan, I'm f'in frustrated with it. I'm frustrated with the coaches for not holding him accountable (like Vrabel did in Tenn with Willis in the preseason), I'm frustrated for the other players (like Kelce, who's likely in his last year), I'm frustrated that we have ongoing debates and people still saying, we have to wait and see. There's nothing we've seen to date to show that Hurts has changed. We have a fantastic running game, led by a great o-line. We have great receiving threats across the board. Everything is held back by the guy under centre. And it's frustrating as hell. So we discuss it in here till we're blue in the face. Discussing it in here....you have a segment of posters who unabashedly call you racist for raising these concerns about him. And there's no repercussions. They are allowed to openly and repeatedly call me a racist without any pushback. And mods here have given out warnings and suspensions for far less. There's three posters in particular that jump hard on the "you must be racist if you don't like Hurts" bandwagon, and frankly, it's disgusting and completely derails any semblance of conversation. The Strong thing was borne out of this, as well as one posters inability to offer any criticism of Hurts at all. I literally asked him if Hurts shared any responsibility in running 17 goddamn times (thanks @bpac55 for pointing out that's more carries than any RB has had in the last 2 years) and he blamed everybody else but Hurts. So Strong was given over the top praise to the point of ridiculousness. That poster deserved the disingenuousness of it all, because it was a pure reflection of him. That some posters are so self righteous to continue to think it's comparable to the racist allegations that poster still makes to this day with no consequence is laughable frankly. We all want the team to do well. But until Hurts shows that he's more willing to be a passer than a me-first runner, I have no expectation that we are going anywhere, and my frustration will remain. The defense is a completely separate issue, and it also needs to be fixed, but this is an offensive league, and the biggest problem on this team still is Hurts.
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    Loved this from DeVonta. Very unselfish group of receivers.
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    Week 2 and all, but this thread is ranked up there with other threads. Can it be stopped? I don't think so.
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    Fun fact, Doug Pederson coached teams started the last three seasons against Washington. Each time Washington had a different team name.
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