ALL NFC EAST
Very cool post, the final two sentences aside.
I’m going to start fining people for bad Franz Kafka puns.
A rare acknowledgement from a Cards writer that recognizes the Eagles still hold all the leverage in a deal for Kolb.
What a diva.
This is the reaction I thought Giants fans would likely have. They don’t really want Plax back, but they sure as hell don’t want him in Philly.
If Kolb were throwing temper tantrums demanding out, he’d be a jerk. Because he’s playing the game, he’s naive. Can’t win.
Giants, Redskins and Cowboys new after the jump)…
He also says he’d still like to be a Giant.
Gianst-Eagles Week 3 could become Giants-Eagles Week 7 if the lockout goes into the season.
This is on a COWBOYS blog. Hint – They didn’t vote for themselves, and they must really hate the Eagles.
Some more linky for you.
Rob ponders Nnamdi Asomugha
Stoda manages to piss of fans of both Dallas teams here.
While I agree Jones is probably a better fit for Dallas’ offense, he’s still very much been a disappointment.
Interview with Nagy’s OL coach at Wisconsin
Per his dad.
Of course they do Rich. The Redskins placed first in the Blogging the Beast NFC East lockout-induced player-organized offseason workout power rankings.
I think I’d rather have Toonces steering for me.
Pete hasn’t been watching the Redskins’ front office the past decade or so.