New podcast: Initial reaction to Eagles-Cardinals

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Bad day for the NFC East today. ┬áThe Redskins couldn’t stop that juggernaut Bengals offense, the Eagles continue to make mistakes and lost ugly today, while the Cowboys, although winners, weren’t exactly what you would call anything close to “pretty” against a bad Bucs team.

Plenty of warts in the NFC East to go around.

Much more tomorrow.


  1. juz askin says:

    So who is number one in the division?

    1. I’d probably go Giants-Eagles-Cowboys-Redskins.

      1. Tt says:

        Eagles can’t be number 2. They are a back up linebacker holding onto a pick in the end zone at Cleveland and lucky to get out against Baltimore. could easily be 0-3.

        1. If we play that game, I can just as easily point out that the Bucs were robbed of what should have been fumble return for a TD, amirite?

          1. Tt says:

            Still wouldn’t have gotten the Bucs a win. The Eagles were loosing when the linebacker dropped the ball with a minute to go. The Giants had to score 25 and get Josh Freeman to help with interception to beat the Bucs.

            1. How do you know it wouldn’t have led to a Bucs win?

    2. NYG_slater says:

      meh doesnt matter. We’ll find out soon enough. But through 3 weeks. Giants appear to be the only team who has gotten better in each of their games. But again the level of competition matters, so tough to say.

  2. SteveH says:

    Haha, how comical was that last second run by Mccoy? Yes Andy, lets run the risk of someone getting injured on the most meaningless play possible. Where is this guys head at?

  3. poolboy87 says:

    The amount of just…terrible and sloppy play from teams is just impressive this season. Maybe it’s just me, but I just feel like ALL the NFC East teams have a lot of sloppy play going on right now.

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