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Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 15:13
by BostonSucksMyBalls
Anyway it’s adorable that you aren’t listing Foles. The guy caught fire for 2 games.

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 15:14
by mister bacon
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:Anyway it’s adorable that you aren’t listing Foles. The guy caught fire for 2 games.



he had that one ridiculous year with chip kelly too. chip's fingerprints were all over this SB will imo. between foles, running his offense in the SB, and legarette i think y'all owe him a ring.

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 15:59
by Theny
mister bacon wrote:
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:Anyway it’s adorable that you aren’t listing Foles. The guy caught fire for 2 games.



he had that one ridiculous year with chip kelly too. chip's fingerprints were all over this SB will imo. between foles, running his offense in the SB, and legarette i think y'all owe him a ring.


49ers are trending up too. Hire and Fire Chip, win a 'chip.

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 16:33
by PhillyJim76
Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 16:54
by bosux
PhillyJim76 wrote:Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something


yup...get PAID to hold a clipboard and keep yourself in game shape with the confidence that you already stepped in and did the job before.

what's the alternative, go somewhere and get his brains beat in for some shitty team, basically the same scenario that made him want to quit

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 16:57
by BostonSucksMyBalls
bosux wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something


yup...get PAID to hold a clipboard and keep yourself in game shape with the confidence that you already stepped in and did the job before.

what's the alternative, go somewhere and get his brains beat in for some shitty team, basically the same scenario that made him want to quit

Yeah.

7M to do nothing > 25M and being the man
/SotsgLogic

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 17:18
by Dr Jeckyll
The Long Dick of the Law wrote:Why isn't McMahon considered with the worst QBs? Not like he was lighting the world on fire. Plus, riding an all-time D (phrasing) and amazing running game? Sounds like McMahon was Dilfer before the Dilf.


first j-man, now you with this #-o

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 20:10
by PhillyJim76
He would never see the 25 million

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 20:33
by Dthefritz
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:
bosux wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something


yup...get PAID to hold a clipboard and keep yourself in game shape with the confidence that you already stepped in and did the job before.

what's the alternative, go somewhere and get his brains beat in for some shitty team, basically the same scenario that made him want to quit

Yeah.

7M to do nothing > 25M and being the man
/SotsgLogic

While I agree with James that 25M is too high, and some teams probably suck too much for him to be interested, I agree w/Balls in principle. We're talking about a highly competitive, professional athlete, who is neither old, injured nor Andrew Bynum. Why wouldn't he want to go out there and win again?

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 21:58
by bosux
Dthefritz wrote:
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:
bosux wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something


yup...get PAID to hold a clipboard and keep yourself in game shape with the confidence that you already stepped in and did the job before.

what's the alternative, go somewhere and get his brains beat in for some shitty team, basically the same scenario that made him want to quit

Yeah.

7M to do nothing > 25M and being the man
/SotsgLogic

While I agree with James that 25M is too high, and some teams probably suck too much for him to be interested, I agree w/Balls in principle. We're talking about a highly competitive, professional athlete, who is neither old, injured nor Andrew Bynum. Why wouldn't he want to go out there and win again?


because he can't, dummy...seriously, you or dummy balls who thinks he is a crappy qb tell me where he is going to be 'the man'

i can't even with you people that pretend to know about sports

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 22:08
by Dthefritz
bosux wrote:
Dthefritz wrote:
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:
bosux wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something


yup...get PAID to hold a clipboard and keep yourself in game shape with the confidence that you already stepped in and did the job before.

what's the alternative, go somewhere and get his brains beat in for some shitty team, basically the same scenario that made him want to quit

Yeah.

7M to do nothing > 25M and being the man
/SotsgLogic

While I agree with James that 25M is too high, and some teams probably suck too much for him to be interested, I agree w/Balls in principle. We're talking about a highly competitive, professional athlete, who is neither old, injured nor Andrew Bynum. Why wouldn't he want to go out there and win again?


because he can't, dummy...seriously, you or dummy balls who thinks he is a crappy qb tell me where he is going to be 'the man'

i can't even with you people that pretend to know about sports

I'm not talking about if he could win another one, or if he's smart. I'm talking about pro athletes being competitive people who don't wanna sit on the bench, even ones who suck and shouldn't ever start. Maybe Foles is different and is content to hold a clipboard. It's highly unusual if so.

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 22:10
by Jew Jitsu
bosux wrote:
Dthefritz wrote:
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:
bosux wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something


yup...get PAID to hold a clipboard and keep yourself in game shape with the confidence that you already stepped in and did the job before.

what's the alternative, go somewhere and get his brains beat in for some shitty team, basically the same scenario that made him want to quit

Yeah.

7M to do nothing > 25M and being the man
/SotsgLogic

While I agree with James that 25M is too high, and some teams probably suck too much for him to be interested, I agree w/Balls in principle. We're talking about a highly competitive, professional athlete, who is neither old, injured nor Andrew Bynum. Why wouldn't he want to go out there and win again?


because he can't, dummy...seriously, you or dummy balls who thinks he is a crappy qb tell me where he is going to be 'the man'

i can't even with you people that pretend to know about sports

If there's one trait Super Bowl winning QBs have in common is the fact they know they can't be a difference maker on the field.

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 13 Feb 2018, 22:28
by Rodney Farva
Jew Jitsu wrote:
bosux wrote:
Dthefritz wrote:
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:
bosux wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:Without watching every game he played as an Eagle, 27/2 and a SB MVP performance. That’s not a bad resume. If he was smart, he would stay in Philly as the backup instead of signing with like the Browns or something


yup...get PAID to hold a clipboard and keep yourself in game shape with the confidence that you already stepped in and did the job before.

what's the alternative, go somewhere and get his brains beat in for some shitty team, basically the same scenario that made him want to quit

Yeah.

7M to do nothing > 25M and being the man
/SotsgLogic

While I agree with James that 25M is too high, and some teams probably suck too much for him to be interested, I agree w/Balls in principle. We're talking about a highly competitive, professional athlete, who is neither old, injured nor Andrew Bynum. Why wouldn't he want to go out there and win again?


because he can't, dummy...seriously, you or dummy balls who thinks he is a crappy qb tell me where he is going to be 'the man'

i can't even with you people that pretend to know about sports

If there's one trait Super Bowl winning QBs have in common is the fact they know they can't be a difference maker on the field.


dilfer still thinks he could throw a football over that mountain

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 14 Feb 2018, 07:01
by Dunking Donut
Turn those 2 TDs that should have been overturned and that TD that was an illegal play into a lot of cash, that's what I say.

Re: Patriots v. The Eagles

PostPosted: 14 Feb 2018, 07:09
by JichaelDick
Dunking Donut wrote:Turn those 2 TDs that should have been overturned and that TD that was an illegal play into a lot of cash, that's what I say.