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Old 12-22-2008, 09:49 AM
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What a pathetic joke. Memo to McNabb - When your season is on the line and you have one play left, down by 7 - throw the ball INTO the end zone, not one yard short.
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I'd but that on theWR and not Mcnabb and I'm not sure if he had any other option to throw too. Also give the skins credit for stopping him short.
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I don't think McNabb and coach Fatty will be with the Eagles next year. I do feel bad for the coach, I think a lot of his issues were caused by his two F***** son's
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RI Builder - 12/22/2008 10:49 AM

What a pathetic joke. Memo to McNabb - When your season is on the line and you have one play left, down by 7 - throw the ball INTO the end zone, not one yard short.
again... you show your lack of football knowledge.

The WR cut his route short by 1 foot. The ball was placed perfectly in his hands by the QB. The WR has been benched for the past 3-4 weeks because he stinks, he was playing this week because the starting WR's were hurt. #5 should never have been in that position in the first place (why***)

Tell me how this is McNabbs fault (I will explain why*** at the end) .
-Wind is blowing 30-40, both teams are having issues.
-The score is 10-3 with 25 min left
-#36 is avg 4.5 yards per carry
-The WR corps is hurt & not playing, the ones who are playing stink
-The skins know you are going to pass alot (why***)
-15-17 consecutive passing plays are called by the eagles, all poor formations & poor routes.
-Westbrook touched the ball 3-4 times in the second half. No 2 handoffs & possibly one pass. No screens or sweeps in the mix.
-Not one slant was attempted. Screens & slants are key in the west coast offense.

Now, did McNabb call those plays? Did McNabb keep the ball away from Westbrook?? Nope, Reid lost that game. He lost most of the games this year. He lost most of the games last year & the year before. He is arrogant, stubborn & unable to adjust his play calling. He changed for 21/2 games, that was it.

*** Reid is predicatble. The teams know he will go into pass mode the moment 1 rush fails. He was getting 4.5 yards per carry, then a loss of one yard. The result was a predicted, by the other team & all of the fans, run of poor play calling that included ZERO runs.

This is all I will ever say on this subject again.
-#36 Westbrook is second in yards per touch in the history of the NFL. That means he is the second best player at gaining yards, ever. He rarely fumbles or turns the ball over. He is one of the best pass blocking tailbacks in the NFL.
-#5 has the best, or second best TD/INT ratio in the history of the NFL. He protects the ball & makes few mistakes.
The D is capable of stopping most teams. Plenty of sacks, the secondary is solid.
The O line can handle most teams. WR's are ok, TE is ok.

With those players in place, it's up to the coach.

****Reid has calls the higest #of passes in the history of the NFL. It aint working.
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P-H-I-L-L-I-E-S!!!

or F-L-Y-E-R-S.....
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HEDJUG - 12/22/2008 2:29 PM

RI Builder - 12/22/2008 10:49 AM

What a pathetic joke. Memo to McNabb - When your season is on the line and you have one play left, down by 7 - throw the ball INTO the end zone, not one yard short.
again... you show your lack of football knowledge.

The WR cut his route short by 1 foot. The ball was placed perfectly in his hands by the QB. The WR has been benched for the past 3-4 weeks because he stinks, he was playing this week because the starting WR's were hurt. #5 should never have been in that position in the first place (why***)

Tell me how this is McNabbs fault (I will explain why*** at the end) .
-Wind is blowing 30-40, both teams are having issues.
-The score is 10-3 with 25 min left
-#36 is avg 4.5 yards per carry
-The WR corps is hurt & not playing, the ones who are playing stink
-The skins know you are going to pass alot (why***)
-15-17 consecutive passing plays are called by the eagles, all poor formations & poor routes.
-Westbrook touched the ball 3-4 times in the second half. No 2 handoffs & possibly one pass. No screens or sweeps in the mix.
-Not one slant was attempted. Screens & slants are key in the west coast offense.

Now, did McNabb call those plays? Did McNabb keep the ball away from Westbrook?? Nope, Reid lost that game. He lost most of the games this year. He lost most of the games last year & the year before. He is arrogant, stubborn & unable to adjust his play calling. He changed for 21/2 games, that was it.

*** Reid is predicatble. The teams know he will go into pass mode the moment 1 rush fails. He was getting 4.5 yards per carry, then a loss of one yard. The result was a predicted, by the other team & all of the fans, run of poor play calling that included ZERO runs.

This is all I will ever say on this subject again.
-#36 Westbrook is second in yards per touch in the history of the NFL. That means he is the second best player at gaining yards, ever. He rarely fumbles or turns the ball over. He is one of the best pass blocking tailbacks in the NFL.
-#5 has the best, or second best TD/INT ratio in the history of the NFL. He protects the ball & makes few mistakes.
The D is capable of stopping most teams. Plenty of sacks, the secondary is solid.
The O line can handle most teams. WR's are ok, TE is ok.

With those players in place, it's up to the coach.

****Reid has calls the higest #of passes in the history of the NFL. It aint working.
Again deny til you die. The bottom line is simple. The Eagles playoff hopes essentially came down to one play (although they still have an outside chance of making it) at the end. BOTTOM LINE, no NFL caliber QB should have thrown the ball short of the end zone in those circumstances.
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Mc Nabb sucks ,but it was not all his fault, the previous dropped pass would have made a difference, but they stunk the entire game. Andy Reid should be relieved of managerial duties, and scouting should be done by somebody that can actually find talent ,just look at the draft and their poor choices.
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RI Builder - 12/22/2008 12:45 PM

HEDJUG - 12/22/2008 2:29 PM

RI Builder - 12/22/2008 10:49 AM

What a pathetic joke. Memo to McNabb - When your season is on the line and you have one play left, down by 7 - throw the ball INTO the end zone, not one yard short.
again... you show your lack of football knowledge.

The WR cut his route short by 1 foot. The ball was placed perfectly in his hands by the QB. The WR has been benched for the past 3-4 weeks because he stinks, he was playing this week because the starting WR's were hurt. #5 should never have been in that position in the first place (why***)

Tell me how this is McNabbs fault (I will explain why*** at the end) .
-Wind is blowing 30-40, both teams are having issues.
-The score is 10-3 with 25 min left
-#36 is avg 4.5 yards per carry
-The WR corps is hurt & not playing, the ones who are playing stink
-The skins know you are going to pass alot (why***)
-15-17 consecutive passing plays are called by the eagles, all poor formations & poor routes.
-Westbrook touched the ball 3-4 times in the second half. No 2 handoffs & possibly one pass. No screens or sweeps in the mix.
-Not one slant was attempted. Screens & slants are key in the west coast offense.

Now, did McNabb call those plays? Did McNabb keep the ball away from Westbrook?? Nope, Reid lost that game. He lost most of the games this year. He lost most of the games last year & the year before. He is arrogant, stubborn & unable to adjust his play calling. He changed for 21/2 games, that was it.

*** Reid is predicatble. The teams know he will go into pass mode the moment 1 rush fails. He was getting 4.5 yards per carry, then a loss of one yard. The result was a predicted, by the other team & all of the fans, run of poor play calling that included ZERO runs.

This is all I will ever say on this subject again.
-#36 Westbrook is second in yards per touch in the history of the NFL. That means he is the second best player at gaining yards, ever. He rarely fumbles or turns the ball over. He is one of the best pass blocking tailbacks in the NFL.
-#5 has the best, or second best TD/INT ratio in the history of the NFL. He protects the ball & makes few mistakes.
The D is capable of stopping most teams. Plenty of sacks, the secondary is solid.
The O line can handle most teams. WR's are ok, TE is ok.

With those players in place, it's up to the coach.

****Reid has calls the higest #of passes in the history of the NFL. It aint working.
Again deny til you die. The bottom line is simple. The Eagles playoff hopes essentially came down to one play (although they still have an outside chance of making it) at the end. BOTTOM LINE, no NFL caliber QB should have thrown the ball short of the end zone in those circumstances.
"those circumstances" who cause those circumstances? No coach should put a game that important into "those circumstances".

BOTTOM LINE, no NFL caliber coach calls 17 consecutive passing plays in those weather conditions & when the RB is getting 4.5 yards per carry.

BOTTOM LINE, no NFL caliber coach keeps the ball out of the hands of the most talented man on the team, #36.


Tell me genius, who should he have thrown to? That was his only target, their only chance on the last play of the game. The WR was 1 foot off target.


who put them in that situation? who calls the plays, drafts the talent, manages the team?
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Old 12-22-2008, 12:20 PM
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Regardless of who/why/what put them in that situation (I am not saying Reid is a genius either), the bottom line is they WERE in that situation and no NFL caliber QB throws the ball short of the end zone in that situation.
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dannyscat - 12/22/2008 12:57 PM

Mc Nabb sucks ,but it was not all his fault, the previous dropped pass would have made a difference, but they stunk the entire game. Andy Reid should be relieved of managerial duties, and scouting should be done by somebody that can actually find talent ,just look at the draft and their poor choices.
They have plenty of talent & Reid's draft picks have been discussed in depth. He has done well compaired to other coaches. He has more starters from draft picks than any other coach, many of them are/were pro bowlers and or all pro's.

All of the issues could have been negated by better play calling. If you go back & study the losses; play calling, clock managment & stupid timing on trick/fancy pants plays are the reason.
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McNabb threw into a coverage that he should not have The safety was over the top Like he had been all game This is the stuff you are suppose to learn in the film room As far as Westbrook touches I do not know but I would say something happened maybe a hand injury or eye or leg but something prevented him from being the guy in the second half Eagle fans should be glad that Toni Romo is gagging again in December you still have a shot
The Eagle GM and everyone that is involved with player personal should be gone All these years not one stable person at wide receiver that could catch TO was not a good choice but he has been the best that I've seen in that green buzzard uniform since #17
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HEDJUG - 12/22/2008 3:23 PM

dannyscat - 12/22/2008 12:57 PM

Mc Nabb sucks ,but it was not all his fault, the previous dropped pass would have made a difference, but they stunk the entire game. Andy Reid should be relieved of managerial duties, and scouting should be done by somebody that can actually find talent ,just look at the draft and their poor choices.
They have plenty of talent & Reid's draft picks have been discussed in depth. He has done well compaired to other coaches. He has more starters from draft picks than any other coach, many of them are/were pro bowlers and or all pro's.

All of the issues could have been negated by better play calling. If you go back & study the losses; play calling, clock managment & stupid timing on trick/fancy pants plays are the reason.
Then you need a new coach, get rid of Porky Pig Reid,and give the position to the defensive coordinator Mr. Johnson. Sometimes a coach ,might be good ,but has overstayed his stay ,i think is time for new blood in the organization, not so much a new QB but a new managament ,The defense is very good ,but the offense needs to be re- vamped having a new backup running back to help the best player they have on offense #36 They also need a better receiving core ,a real #1 receiver.
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Putting the ball in mcCHOKE'S hands with the season on the line is just plain stupid...

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HEDJUG - 12/22/2008 12:10 PM

RI Builder - 12/22/2008 12:45 PM

HEDJUG - 12/22/2008 2:29 PM

RI Builder - 12/22/2008 10:49 AM

What a pathetic joke. Memo to McNabb - When your season is on the line and you have one play left, down by 7 - throw the ball INTO the end zone, not one yard short.
again... you show your lack of football knowledge.

The WR cut his route short by 1 foot. The ball was placed perfectly in his hands by the QB. The WR has been benched for the past 3-4 weeks because he stinks, he was playing this week because the starting WR's were hurt. #5 should never have been in that position in the first place (why***)

Tell me how this is McNabbs fault (I will explain why*** at the end) .
-Wind is blowing 30-40, both teams are having issues.
-The score is 10-3 with 25 min left
-#36 is avg 4.5 yards per carry
-The WR corps is hurt & not playing, the ones who are playing stink
-The skins know you are going to pass alot (why***)
-15-17 consecutive passing plays are called by the eagles, all poor formations & poor routes.
-Westbrook touched the ball 3-4 times in the second half. No 2 handoffs & possibly one pass. No screens or sweeps in the mix.
-Not one slant was attempted. Screens & slants are key in the west coast offense.

Now, did McNabb call those plays? Did McNabb keep the ball away from Westbrook?? Nope, Reid lost that game. He lost most of the games this year. He lost most of the games last year & the year before. He is arrogant, stubborn & unable to adjust his play calling. He changed for 21/2 games, that was it.

*** Reid is predicatble. The teams know he will go into pass mode the moment 1 rush fails. He was getting 4.5 yards per carry, then a loss of one yard. The result was a predicted, by the other team & all of the fans, run of poor play calling that included ZERO runs.

This is all I will ever say on this subject again.
-#36 Westbrook is second in yards per touch in the history of the NFL. That means he is the second best player at gaining yards, ever. He rarely fumbles or turns the ball over. He is one of the best pass blocking tailbacks in the NFL.
-#5 has the best, or second best TD/INT ratio in the history of the NFL. He protects the ball & makes few mistakes.
The D is capable of stopping most teams. Plenty of sacks, the secondary is solid.
The O line can handle most teams. WR's are ok, TE is ok.

With those players in place, it's up to the coach.

****Reid has calls the higest #of passes in the history of the NFL. It aint working.
Again deny til you die. The bottom line is simple. The Eagles playoff hopes essentially came down to one play (although they still have an outside chance of making it) at the end. BOTTOM LINE, no NFL caliber QB should have thrown the ball short of the end zone in those circumstances.
"those circumstances" who cause those circumstances? No coach should put a game that important into "those circumstances".

BOTTOM LINE, no NFL caliber coach calls 17 consecutive passing plays in those weather conditions & when the RB is getting 4.5 yards per carry.

BOTTOM LINE, no NFL caliber coach keeps the ball out of the hands of the most talented man on the team, #36.


Tell me genius, who should he have thrown to? That was his only target, their only chance on the last play of the game. The WR was 1 foot off target.


who put them in that situation? who calls the plays, drafts the talent, manages the team?
The Skins had one D player to follow WB the entire game and made him a non factor. He had one long play when the Skins D called it wrong and had a D Lineman covering him. WB might have an average of 4.5 yards per play but yesterday he was not averaging those yards. It would not surprise me if Dallas does not do the same thing next week against Eagles.
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HEDJUG - 12/22/2008 11:29 AM

RI Builder - 12/22/2008 10:49 AM

What a pathetic joke. Memo to McNabb - When your season is on the line and you have one play left, down by 7 - throw the ball INTO the end zone, not one yard short.
again... you show your lack of football knowledge.

The WR cut his route short by 1 foot. The ball was placed perfectly in his hands by the QB. The WR has been benched for the past 3-4 weeks because he stinks, he was playing this week because the starting WR's were hurt. #5 should never have been in that position in the first place (why***)

Tell me how this is McNabbs fault (I will explain why*** at the end) .
-Wind is blowing 30-40, both teams are having issues.
-The score is 10-3 with 25 min left
-#36 is avg 4.5 yards per carry
-The WR corps is hurt & not playing, the ones who are playing stink
-The skins know you are going to pass alot (why***)
-15-17 consecutive passing plays are called by the eagles, all poor formations & poor routes.
-Westbrook touched the ball 3-4 times in the second half. No 2 handoffs & possibly one pass. No screens or sweeps in the mix.
-Not one slant was attempted. Screens & slants are key in the west coast offense.

Now, did McNabb call those plays? Did McNabb keep the ball away from Westbrook?? Nope, Reid lost that game. He lost most of the games this year. He lost most of the games last year & the year before. He is arrogant, stubborn & unable to adjust his play calling. He changed for 21/2 games, that was it.

*** Reid is predicatble. The teams know he will go into pass mode the moment 1 rush fails. He was getting 4.5 yards per carry, then a loss of one yard. The result was a predicted, by the other team & all of the fans, run of poor play calling that included ZERO runs.

This is all I will ever say on this subject again.
-#36 Westbrook is second in yards per touch in the history of the NFL. That means he is the second best player at gaining yards, ever. He rarely fumbles or turns the ball over. He is one of the best pass blocking tailbacks in the NFL.
-#5 has the best, or second best TD/INT ratio in the history of the NFL. He protects the ball & makes few mistakes.
The D is capable of stopping most teams. Plenty of sacks, the secondary is solid.
The O line can handle most teams. WR's are ok, TE is ok.

With those players in place, it's up to the coach.

****Reid has calls the higest #of passes in the history of the NFL. It aint working.

I think you should go back and reexamine, Westbrook lack of touches is a direct result of the Redskins putting a shawdow on him. They used 3 man rushes in order to blanket westbrook on every play. They said we are going to take away Westbrook, see if you can beat us. Bottom line Eagles were crippled because they couldn't get the ball to him.
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They chose to not give him the ball. 46 called passing plays, 14 called running plays. 3 total in the second half.
Every team, week in & week out sets the focus on Westbrook. It's their #1 priority. They all spy him, blanket him, try to tie him up... it usually doesn't work. Gotta give hime the ball more than 12 times to find out.

It's not a debate... it's fact. When they are off balance, they lose. If calling 70% (90% in one half) passing plays worked, the entire NFL would do it all the time.

Coach admitted his screw up today, as usual, he realized it 24 hours too late. He also blamed the last play on the WR, saying that he was out of position by 1 foot or so.

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Reid has always protected McNabb and always will. Heck, Reid protected McNabb when the dumb shit admitted that he did not know a game could end in a tie.

Even if he was out of position by a foot or so, news flash to Donovan - THROW TO SOMEONE ELSE!
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Can Porky PIg Reid, he has wore out his welcome ,flat out stinks having Mc. Nabb is not the answer either.
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[b]E-A-G-L-E-S!!!!
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HEDJUG - 12/23/2008 8:52 AM

Every team, week in & week out sets the focus on Westbrook. It's their #1 priority. They all spy him, blanket him, try to tie him up... it usually doesn't work. Gotta give hime the ball more than 12 times to find out.

gonna quote myself here... gotta keep giving #36 the ball.

Whats the main reason the Vikings lost????
Childress dropped the run early in the 2nd half. They were down by 2 & the just decided to pass, pass, pass. All the while keeping the ball out of the most dangerous man in the NFL's hands. I wonder where he learned that from? Big Red, his old mentor?

Jim Johnson saw this happening & cranked up the pressure on the young QB. Game over.
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