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Old 01-15-2013, 12:33 PM  
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Attack of the nOObs!

What's the deal? Were we all supposed to create a mult this week and manage multiple voices in our heads? I'm already doing that with George Blowfish! And I can barely control him!

There's a notorious net full of nattering nOOb naybobs nesting in our lounge. Where's our mods?

Somebody stop this before I go QUAD!
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:55 PM   #346
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:56 PM   #347
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"Typical dumbshit Eagles fan."
We came here to make some new friends and that's how you greet us?
You, sir, are rude and I will not tolerate rudeness.

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Old 01-15-2013, 09:57 PM   #348
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Geez, how many of these fuggers are there? This is worse than the post-Herm hiring invasion of Jets fans.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:00 PM   #349
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WE STAYED IN THE SAME THREAD. Geez.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:01 PM   #350
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Oh, and the Devils play the trap. THE TRAP. Boring.
If you think the Devils played the trap last year you are out of your mind. They played one of the most agressive forechecks in the entire league.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:01 PM   #351
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Geez, how many of these fuggers are there? This is worse than the post-Herm hiring invasion of Jets fans.
Not even close. That lasted WEEKS and was always someone posting the same shit and acting like we hadn't heard it 50 times before.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:02 PM   #352
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Geez, how many of these fuggers are there? This is worse than the post-Herm hiring invasion of Jets fans.
that's how we do it!!
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:02 PM   #353
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Geez, how many of these fuggers are there? This is worse than the post-Herm hiring invasion of Jets fans.
Ha! Jets fans? We eat Jets fans for breakfast. They are child's play.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:03 PM   #354
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"Typical dumbshit Eagles fan."
We came here to make some new friends and that's how you greet us?
You, sir, are rude and I will not tolerate rudeness.

Good day to you.
A Philadelphia Eagles badass coming here talking smack.

"I will not tolerate rudeness".

Go back to your Philadelphia Eagles message board and figure out how you can cope with the dumpster fire Howie Roseman has created in Philly.

Your jealousy of the Chiefs current situation is painfully showing.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:03 PM   #355
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Not even close. That lasted WEEKS and was always someone posting the same shit and acting like we hadn't heard it 50 times before.
I will definitely concede that you were worse off with Herman Edwards than you are with Reid.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:06 PM   #356
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Monday Observations: Scrutiny now settling on shaky Eagles GM

No coaching search has been as meandering and bizarre as the Eagles' circuitous trek across America. If you are replacing the greatest coach in your franchise history, you might want to actually have a plan to replace him.

Chasing every hot college coach, scrambling to the media to confirm some coaching interviews, obscure others; releasing skewed information about your whereabouts and resorting to day-late spin tactics after being repeatedly left at the altar isn't going to fly in Philly. Not when the entire league knew Andy Reid was done there since about the middle of the season, and not with a young general manager, Howie Roseman, trying to fight a growing perception around the league that he is woefully out of his depth. (Say what you want about the Bears' exhaustive search, but they haven't been strung out by college coaches who were unlikely to leave campus anyway).

The last two seasons, culminating with Roseman's rise to power in Philadelphia, have been marred with horror signings like Nnamdi Asomugha, the firing of coordinators and assistants in-season, some pretty obvious situations where the personnel didn't fit the scheme, the demise of Reid. Jason Babin being waived in-season a year after challenging the single-season sack record pretty much sums up the Roseman Era. Some strange front office firings mixed in there too.

Couple that with this strange coaching search, and the pressure is mounting on Roseman. And now, there is no longer anyone to hide behind. Say what you want about former team president Joe Banner and his quirky coaching search in Cleveland, but a certain degree of chaos has seemed to permeate the Eagles building since he left. And, no longer are there out-sized characters around, like Reid and Banner, to take all the bullets when things fail. It's all on Roseman now. No more whispers about, oh, that wasn't Howie's guy, that wasn't Howie's signing, he never wanted him here in the first place.

Rather, very different chatter has been growing in NFL circles for weeks. What's up with the Eagles job? Why don't guys want it? What are their concerns?

I wish I had a dollar for every time someone told me one esteemed coach or another advised one of the Eagles' top candidates not to take the job precisely because of Roseman's presence there. Roseman isn't the general manager they should tie their wagon to. It's clear Chip Kelly wasn't leaving Oregon for anywhere unless he had a large measure of control over the organization, and owner Jeffrey Lurie has already entrusted that to Roseman. There has been trepidation by some candidates to go all-in given the questions about this existing power structure.

The rumblings about Roseman lacking nuance and foresight, about him turning people off with how drunk with power he's become, only grow louder as his coaching search grows stranger.

Now, the Eagles would tell you they are right where they thought they would be in this search, now going on Week 3. They'll tell you they just wanted to talk to a bunch of bright football minds and do their due diligence. All part of the process. They didn't really want Chip Kelly or Bill O'Brien or Doug Marrone or Brian Kelly, anyway. Riigghht. Sure. I mean, if you couldn't get anyone to take your job or work with you, wouldn't you indulge in the same revisionist history?

Problem is, they're replacing someone who lasted 14 years in that cauldron, who went to five NFC title games and one Super Bowl and who perpetually had the team in playoff position. They're not replacing Rich Kotite here. And they'd better hope the guy they finally hire isn't the next Kotite. Sure, things had come to an end with Reid, and, trust me, he wasn't going to stay in Philadelphia with this crew no matter what the Eagles would have wanted. But it's worth noting that Reid was unemployed for about 48 hours before he had effectively agreed to terms with the Chiefs, quickly getting total control of the building, a direct link to the owner and a salary that keeps him among top five in his craft.

And the Eagles, meantime, have spent much of their time inflating the rate of college coaching salaries around the country and boosting the stock of guys who certainly seem to have played them for rubes. So we'll see where this thing goes.

Brian Billick, who has a Super Bowl but has not drawn much interest in recent years, had a long interview there last week -- one of the clandestine ones -- and may end up being the guy. Interviews are pending with Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden.

Eventually, they'll hire someone. And they'll try to tell you this was the guy all along and he was by far the best candidate and had the best interviews and all that good stuff. And you know what, as long as they win, nothing else will matter and all will be forgotten.

But the reality is, wins have been hard to come by lately, and they have an uninviting situation at quarterback and an unproven general manager who is going to have to dig them out of a hole he helped create. And they also happen to be playing in a division with Eli Manning and RG3 and Tony Romo, and in what has become a very deep NFC. And they have a fan base that has come to expect playoff football under Reid.

That's a dangerous combination for a general manager still coming to grips with how to harness all of the power he's been granted, and still trying to find someone willing to coach under him.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:07 PM   #357
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Not even close. That lasted WEEKS and was always someone posting the same shit and acting like we hadn't heard it 50 times before.
I don't remember it being that bad. But of course at my age I don't remember a lot of things very well.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:09 PM   #358
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Yeah, Miami guy, you must have missed my post before. We know Howie Roseman sucks. We hate him. He's Reid's guy, though.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:13 PM   #359
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Hey Miami guy...I'm willing to give Howie a pass for a year or so...but IDK if you're aware of the Rooney rule...if not educate yourself please
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:13 PM   #360
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Yeah, Miami guy, you must have missed my post before. We know Howie Roseman sucks. We hate him. He's Reid's guy, though.
You may have missed the fact the Chiefs hired John Dorsey to be their GM, a guy who has been part of one of the best drafting teams in the league the past decade as Director of College Scouting with the Green Bay Packers.

That is a big upgrade for Reid compared to working with Howie Roseman.

Let's recap the situation.

The Chiefs have Andy Reid + John Dorsey.

The Eagles have Howie Roseman and the stench of rejection from the likes of Brian Kelly and Chip Kelly.

Advantage: Chiefs.
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