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  4. lol You act like they were in similar situations, when it was night and day. Neither QB was good, but Sanchez had a comparatively dominant OL. Foles, in contrast, took a merciless beating on a weekly basis early on (plus getting laid out on a dirty hit from 300-lb Chris Baker week 3, which should have sidelined him). At the time he broke his collarbone he led the league in getting hit while throwing, which comes as no surprise: pro bowl LG Mathis left the game before halftime in week 1, and fully missed games 2-8 for Foles. Top backup Matt Tobin also missed the first 3 games after injuring his knee in the preseason game vs the Jets, so they went down to 3rd string guard Dennis Kelly for those 3 games, and he was just atrocious. Mathis was back in the lineup for games 9-16 for Sanchez. pro bowl C Kelce missed half of week 3 and all of games 4-7 for Foles, and was replaced by some mook named David Molk. Kelce was back in the lineup for games 8-16 for Sanchez. starting RT Lane Johnson was suspended for the first 4 games of the season. Johnson's backup at RT (Barbre) was also placed on IR in week 2. Johnson was back up to speed and 100% for all of Sanchez's games. Foles had RG Herremans and Sanchez didn't, which would seem to be in Foles' favor on paper, except Herremans wasn't a good pass blocker anymore, and at 32 was having the worst season of his career. Then tore his biceps week 9. He was replaced by Andrew Gardner, who ended up being a noticeable upgrade, which is why Philly kept him and cut Herremans after the season. The lousy Herremans started games 1-8 for Foles, and the upgrade Gardner started games 9-16 for Sanchez. That awful, early OL also had a devastating effect on the running game. McCoy looked like crap for most of those first 5 weeks. Sproles then sprained his knee week 6, missing the next game vs Arizona (which was exactly the kind of loss for which we're used to you absolving Sanchez: 3rd & 5 with 1:33 left to play, and the D surrenders a gamewinning 75-yd TD pass). Oh, also with all that above, over the first 5 games the Eagles D did them no favors either, as they surrendered 26.4 ppg. Eagles were 4-1 over that stretch.
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  8. @Jetsfan80 Who is the hottest redhead celeb/model/pornstar/whatever in your opinion? Pls post pics.
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  10. Good post. The script for the past 20 years: Bill Parcells rebuilt the Leon Hess debacle and set us on a course for 10 years of prosperity. At the moment the last remnants of the Parcells legacy were fading, Woody had a stadium to build and PSL's to sell so he had Mike Tannenbaum spend on free agents like a drunken sailor. And it worked. It worked better than the Parcells years. It worked better than the Namath years. But then he chose his idiot head coach over his brilliant GM and his young QB and it all went to hell. Without a Parcells type and without the urgency to put a winner on the field at any price we are a rudderless ship headed for oblivion. SAR I
  11. But starting QB is Bowles' call to make, and his interests are short term. One in which 5 or 6 wins is to be accomplished at all costs. I expect Bowels to start McCown and play him until the team is mathematically eliminated or he gets hurt. Even though everything yo say is 100% correct, The only way Bowles does what you want him to do is if Hack lights it up in pre season or Bowles' return in 2018 is assured and perhaps an extension with it.
  12. How quickly can this guy process the pro game? that'll be his ticket to success, his ability read defenses and make his progressions. Supposedly its above average, that'd be the biggest change of pace he can provide the team.
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  16. Lee is debatable, I'd like to see him another year at WILL now that he's got some experience. As is he was doing okay in coverage from what I remember in that he was often in position to prevent a catch, but somehow dudes were making them anyway. The Richardson experiment was a bust though. Yeah, Spanos is a penny pinching prick. Wouldn't budge to a top five pick because of that, wouldn't commit to San Diego for that reason either. And now... they play in a soccer stadium for three years in a market that doesn't care about them. Off the top of my head there are few owners I'd gladly take Johnson over and he's one of them. (Jed York is another)
  17. rookie holdouts are a rare thing since the CBA was signed. Bosa's dispute with SD stubborn owner was highly unusual.
  18. I wasn't talking about their off the field behavior. I was referring to their performance at their respective positions on the field. But now that you mention it, Bowles has shown us nothing that would lead anyone to believe that he can steer these young guys in the right direction. But that's a discussion for another thread. Bowles is playing Richardson out of position for the most part and it can be argued that Lee is not really built for ILB so Bowles is supposed to use his Arizona magic and use these players talents effectively. SO far... not impressed. Bowles defenses haven't been any good.
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