Weekend Reading: Foles, Senior Bowl Studs

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A few links to pass along to get you through the weekend.

Tedy Bruschi unveiled his second annual  “All-Bruschi Team,” which recognizes some of the less-heralded players that are “flag carriers you need in order to win games.” Nick Foles is his quarterback.

Foles was the most efficient quarterback in the NFL this year. He led the league in passer rating and passing yards per attempt, and he threw only two interceptions. This is no dink-and-dunk quarterback; he will take you deep and make you pay. Foles led the Eagles to the NFC East title despite entering the year knowing Michael Vick was the starter. Once Vick went down, Foles stepped in and didn’t look back. The Eagles might have found their franchise quarterback.

Josh Norris of Rotoworld ranks the participants in the Senior Bowl, taking into account not just their performance in Mobile but their overall body of work as well. A few that might be of interest to Eagles fans:

Slot Receivers

1. Robert Herron, Wyoming - Herron is extremely slippery from the slot, and if the defensive back fails to get a hand on the receiver, he will only generate more separation. Herron did have a few drops earlier in the week, but this was not an issue at Wyoming.

Interior Defensive Linemen

1a. Will Sutton, Arizona State - Weight is still a major part of the discussion when bringing up Sutton’s game. I still think it has been used as a bit of a crutch for critics, but his balance has been worse this season. After speaking with someone close to Sutton, the goal is for the defensive tackle to weigh in around 305 lbs at the Combine, which would be a drop of 10 lbs from this event. Add on the fact that Sutton is very aware of this criticism, and I am not worried in the least. On the field Sutton is a technician, with each of his movements having purpose. Wrist control to lift, steps to gain the balance or angle advantage. I doubt Sutton is selected in the first-round, but interior disruption is king.

Defensive Backs

1. Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois - Not only was Ward the best S at the event, he might be the best corner as well. I like his versatility to win over the slot, against tight ends, or in a traditional safety role. Ward has a good chance of being the third safety selected in May.

Pro Football Focus put out its All-NFC East team, and has Trent Cole and Brian Orakpo as its top edge defenders.

Two players used to being showered with accolades, Trent Cole and Brian Orakpo both make the All NFC East team but neither was the dominant force they have been in the past. Cole has in the past led the league in Pass Rushing Productivity but this season was only the 13th-ranked 3-4 OLB notching 51 total pressures. Orakpo fared better, ranking sixth as well as performing well against the run and making a few plays in coverage.


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  • EaglefaninAZ

    Ahhh… “Interior Disruption”. Good band name.

    • Rambler

      Or gentlemen’s club…

      • scratcherk

        Or taco stand…

        • Hewie

          Or tacos in a gentleman’s club

          • cliff henny

            sounds like it’d be the ‘free buffet w/ $1 beers’ type joint.

    • Guest

      Or taco stand..

    • Johnny Domino

      I got that once in Mexico ….

  • jon h

    Give the profootball focus area a read (with the all NFC East team). The QB write up is ridiculous where they put Romo ahead of Foles. Also interesting that everyone had Peters as an all star, but not this list. And for some reason the Dallas kicker is selected ahead of Donnie Jones. The rationale is laughable – check it out.

    • cliff henny

      didnt pay 100% attention to all the other olbrs, but naming Cole as all-nfc when ranking is 13th, along with eyeball test and a guy pretty much every Eagles’ fan wants to upgrade (and having us agreeing is a feat in and of itself), makes me wonder about those rankings.
      .
      ah, edit, didnt see east part. guess it makes sense. geeze, talk about narrowing down a field just to make conversation articles. i’m the best looking 42 yr old in my developement…helps i live in myrtle and everyone is over 60

  • CTAZPA

    Count on fellow AZ Wildcat Teddy Bruschi to credit our QB.

    • theycallmerob

      surely it’s the AZ connection, nothing to do with performance.

      • cliff henny

        long as TB stays away from blatant NE homerism (cant blame him, suck up the Pats fans and he’ll have job for life), think he one of the better espn analysts.

      • CTAZPA

        My blue and red-colored glasses tend to see Nick in an even better light than most. As good as Brady? Why are we limiting ourselves?

        The NE connection stinks, though. Belicheat won with Bruschi, now he’s winning with Gronk.

        • theycallmerob

          That’s why I’ve been banging the “Zach Kerr for NT drum” for awhile now; unabashed homerism for a Blue Hen and local guy.

          • CTAZPA

            I saw the video. You maybe posted it. Kerr to the Birds is a worthy dream.

          • Richard Colton

            In that case, let me start the Brandon Coleman to the birds in round three bandwagon.

  • Giorgos Kassakos

    Daniel McCullers, please. The guy is the definition of huge. Would be great to have him in a rotation with Logan at NT.

    • Tom W

      Played like a weakling. Poormans geathers. No rage.

      • Giorgos Kassakos

        What, in Senior Bowl? Sorry, pal, I don’t really care about this game. McCullers offers no pass rush, but if teams want to run the ball, they avoid him. He constantly draws double teams and still they can’t move him.

        I’d take him over Geathers any day. If he is available in the fourth, I would take him.

        • cliff henny

          4th? read igglesblitz article today. sounds like this guy wont even be drafted.

          • Giorgos Kassakos

            I don’t see where it says McCullers won’t be drafted.

          • cliff henny

            well, he’s not a 4th. he’s gaethers without fire…gaethers was 6th rdr. this guy is worse. so, 7th or later. sure someone will give him a look.

          • Giorgos Kassakos

            Well, all I can say to you is watch Tennessee’s 2013 games and you’ll see teams running to the outside or getting little gains when running between the tackles.

            McCullers is not fast, quick or agile, but he draws double teams and clogs up the middle. He is what the Eagles’ d-line missed this season, a huge body that clogs up the middle.

            Imagine him between Cox and Thornton, with Ryans and Kendricks behind. How do you run the ball there?

            Logan is the starter, no doubt about it. McCullers, though, can provide more as a backup/rotational guy than Square and Geathers.

          • GEAGLE

            The NT we add will be similar to Logan, we aren’t getting the traditional 350lb NT that everyone keeps talking about…not gonna happen

          • Richard Colton

            Say Louis Nix is somehow sitting there at #22? Cox-Nix-Logan as your starting D-line doesn’t excite you?

          • Giorgos Kassakos

            It does, even though Nix is a bit undersized in terms of frame (height and wingspan, not weight), But if the Eagles draft a NT, it won’t be to replace Logan, it would be someone to back him up and be used in a rotation. I don’t think they give first-rounder for a DT.

          • theycallmerob

            I wouldn’t be a fan of that. Only DL I’d consider in the 1st is Hageman

          • Richard Colton

            I watched a lot of ND this year (full disclosure – family is subway alumni) he’s 340 and moves laterally like a LB. I like ‘Sheed a lot too. Not sure he’s great value at #22.

          • theycallmerob

            I’ll defer on Nix. I just think there are other NTs, like Ellis or Kerr, who will cost far less than a 1st. Not where I want to spend that pick, even if Nix were as talented as you make him out to be.
            I see in Shede what a lot of folks saw in LJ- almost unlimited ceiling but in need of good coaching/development. He could play all over the DL and has that 1st rd “extreme athlete” trait that makes him worth it.
            Still hope they’d take LB, S, or WR before looking at DL in the 1st.

          • GEAGLE

            I don’t love him either

          • Richard Colton

            Probably not even worth talking about – haven’t seen him going lower than 15 in a Mock and there’s no way we trade up for him. At this point he’s just another guy pushing Kalil Mack closer and closer to us.

          • Richard Colton

            well regardless of draft round or free agency, I really hope we address our interior pass rush. If we had a Ngata or BJ Raji type on the inside that could hold the run and collapse the occasional pocket – would make our OLBs and DBs better too.

          • GEAGLE

            We had 3 kids who were top 10 against the run the first time playing in this scheme…what more do you want?

          • Richard Colton

            where to start? well for starters – a passrush that comes from somewhere. The thing I want most are playmakers. We’re short in that department.

          • theycallmerob

            Yes, but they’re play allows for Davis to maximize Brandon Boykin, OLB. Bring on the rush

          • Richard Colton

            You can’t stop BB, OLB, you can only contain him.

          • theycallmerob

            this x 1000. too much to ask/too simplistic to see this as an OLB problem only. Again, DL being super young may allow us to hope for growth and increase from current guys- especially considering ’13 was all about transition. Cox and Thornton in particular can look to improve on the rush.

            If we had a Ngata or BJ Raji type…
            funny you say that, IMO Hageman is the closest to those guys, particularly Ngata, coming out of this draft.

            One of the reasons an ILB upgrade makes sense, too (someone who can get home more than Ryans/Kenricks). Someone like a KVN (inside or out), Smallwood, Christian Jones, Barrow, Borland, Bullough in a later round….very deep IMO. Davis loves attacking that A-gap

          • Richard Colton

            I’d add Skov to your list too (can’t get enough Stanford). Borland may not have the size speed, but as we saw – he’s a player.

          • GEAGLE

            Thorton already talked about improving as a pass rusher
            ..
            As soon as we let Cox use the same techniques two years in a row he will take off
            ..
            Logan will provide more rush then the Casey Hamptons of the NFL
            ..
            These kids will all be better next year. Once we add an impact ROLB that commands attention you will see our current guys really flourish

          • anon

            Logan will be better but he was a project when we took him, he probably needed 2 years. He was good this year but if there’s a chance to take an actual NT, we should. That’ll free up the rest of the line as well as the ILBs to actually make plays. Not saying logan can’t get there but he’s got a lot of cheesesteaks to eat.

          • GEAGLE

            Yup. Hagemen fits the mold of our draft picks
            1) Big
            2) super athlete
            3) versatile

          • GEAGLE

            No…because our coaches love Logan and have every intention of growing him into the full time starter. Our run defense was a bunch of puppies who were top 10 against the run..I’m not taking either of the 3 out of the lineup. Nix might be sexier, but he ain’t grittier then Logan. Hagemen I can see because he would back up multiple positions…If you aren’t versatile, we ain’t drafting you:
            Lane, RT/LT, split out wide, unbalanced lines
            Ertz: lines up everywhere
            Logan: NT. 4-3DT, 3-4DE
            Wolff: not a cover safety, not a big hitter..well rounded safety who can play both spots

          • BrickSquadMonopoly

            How much sexier is Nix? Because he might be exactly what we need.

          • GEAGLE

            Nix ain’t solving your problems..your problem is impatience. Leave Logan alone and he will give you what you need. I can assure you Nix will need time to if you draft him. KC fans probably won’t to draft a DT after Dontari Poe’s rookie year. This instant gratification BS is why writers and “analysts” are friggin clueless at predicting our moves,,.dont fall for that dumb ish..

          • RIP illa

            LMAO…Poe and Logan comparison!!! You can make your point w/o going off the deep end!!!

          • anon

            I know it’s silly sometimes.

          • cliff henny

            this post just screams sign Byrd, draft Joyner. read, probably tommy’s site, ward in draft, is kind of hybrid safety/cb. where’s he fall? this true? i really want to get beast of dime and nickle, along with olb that can get pressure. this move alone improves team greatly

          • GEAGLE

            Not a good allocation of resources, don’t see us spending a pick on a player who plays one position, at the position where our promising rookie shut down every single running back we faced….

            I mean yeah I’ll take a good player at every position, but we only have one first round pick, and I don’t view Nix as a special Dontari type

          • Giorgos Kassakos

            I thought Harbor, Acho and a couple of others were cut because they were the same type of players as some of our starters and Kelly wanted different styles of players.

            What makes you think we get another guy like Logan?

          • GEAGLE

            Where do I start…

            We were transitioning to a 3-4 and knew soap wasn’t good enough. Last years draft class had some really solid traditional NT prospects like Brandon Williams, but instead we went with Logan…

            We want to be a diverse, disguising defense that switches between multiple fronts. A guy like Logan can be a credible NT in a 3-4, but you can transition to just about any front you want with him as the NT..also you play a team like the patriots! and they will rev up the tempo! not let you sub the fat bastard out of the game! and you will be stuck with him on 3rd down, and not only will he not provide a rush, but you weren’t able to sub your Nickle corner into the game, so you are probably getting dissected. More and more teams will use tempo, and these monster NT will get smaller and smaller roles….we will want a Benny sized guy with Long arms, he ho is credible against the run, and can provide a disruptive rush if they pass when he is in the lineup
            ….
            And they struck GOLD with Logan. Our base defense, with him as a rookie NT was top 10 against the run, and he did it playing with 10lbs less then his eventual size. VERSATILITY is the key to our line. We aren’t wasting any picks on a NT who can only play one position….just look at all our linemen, they can all wear multiple hats. Cox plays 3-4DE, then on 3rd down he plays 4-3DT and even 4-3DE..Thornton can play on a 3 or 4 man line and even handle some NT..

            It’s possible that we spend some chump change on a traditional veteran NT to replace Gaethers, but we won’t ever be drafting one. We are really high on Logan and should be. Kid had a really nice rookie campaign, and isn’t even close to being done growing into that frame

            The Dlinemen we draft will be ATleast 6’3, 305-310, with really long arms

          • anon

            What happens on 3rd and 1, or 3rd and goal? Why wouldn’t we have a credible fat guy, sometimes you need that in obvious situations. We couldn’t stop ANYONE in short yardage situations (to be clear i’m thinking about the 3 rushing TDs against the vikings and the saints game generally) (or 3rd and long either really). I don’t think we need a dominant guy high round, but i do think we need a fat guy for short yardage situations.

            You know what teams will do to us when they are getting beat by our tempo? Call a time out. Peyton wasn’t afraid to and probably cost us a TD in the first half.

            The Sop argument was misplaced. He was too old and just not good. Logal was better but not ideal, s why keep soap when the pats had a clear neeed for a NT and we can move him. The fact that we looked at RJF and took Soap means we needed a NT. We didn’t take one high in the draft b/c we thought Soap would be better than he was.

          • cliff henny

            and those guys, are 6th round or later guys. 1-3 should be starters, or push for spot day1. 4th-5th, have a hole or 2, need time, in 2 yrs down road, possible starter. 6th and later are guys who you draft to be backups. exclude headcases like burfict or leoryia or guys coming off injuries like boykins.

          • Richard Colton

            the better you get, the more difficult it is to find year one starters. I’m sure there’s a draft scenario where we have an A+ draft and don’t find a day one starter in round 1 and 2.

          • cliff henny

            very true. that’s why teams like SF and Seattle either trade out for future higher picks (know sf did that last yr) or take 1st rd talent that falls like tank carradine because of injury and allow him to sit for a year. it’s really rare that a team doesnt need 2 replacements, or guys that can be worked into lineup.

          • Richard Colton

            Im not opposed to moving up or down in this draft – but it takes two teams to make that happen. Just banking on Howie having at least 22 names on that 1st round board – and I’m sure they aren’t all S/WR/OLB.

          • cliff henny

            what sf did was alittle different. after Reid, the safety, they took 2 guys that were like Noel, not going to play this yr, but great talent (know carradine was this for a fact-geagle might know 2nd guy, pretty sure was a 2nd guy), and another pick got out of ’13 draft and got ’14 pick in higher round, guess they just had nowhere to go with these guys. crazy good problem to have.

          • theycallmerob

            Lattimore, the RB from USC (the one near you)

          • cliff henny

            thanks. spurrier ran that poor b@st@rd right into the ground. 2nd knee was awful. was never a blazer, i cant see him being much in the pros. wonder if they’ll take a chance on loyria. sure they have plenty of picks.

          • GEAGLE

            Pissed we didn’t have an extra pick for Margus hunt. Imagine what our coaches could have done with his raw talent?

            Seattle did the same thing, drafting and stashing Jesse Williams

          • theycallmerob

            I, too, would spend nothing more than a 7th on him. Just don’t see him playing big, if you will. I hate that in guys his size. Sorry, but just about any 6’7″ fatso off the street can clog a lane, so to speak. I’d rather we get a little more out of the position.
            I’m amazed the expectations for Logan. I mean, the kid came in halfway through the year as a rookie 3rd rounder and immediately played very well. It’s clear he needs development, and should improve with coaching and experience. I’m not saying he doesn’t need help or we couldn’t use depth/upgrade, but a big player for the sake of size is no help

          • RIP illa

            Get it!!! but if any 6’7 fatso off the street can clog a lane then why can’t Geathers??? And it’s been proven that he can’t. You guys are over simplifying, just as Giorgos is overvaluing.

          • RIP illa

            W/o what fire??? What fire has Geathers ever shown??? I agree that I would not spend a 4th on McCullers, but too many are just using lazy analysis because of the size comparison!!! One of the big reasons why Geathers is on his 50th team, is cuz he can’t anchor to save his life!!! Giorgos, maybe very well overvaluing McCullers, but the kid can anchor.

          • RIP illa

            I failed to see the article condemning McCullers or even mentioning him for that fact. Help me out w/ a link? Still think you guys are totally wrong on your Geathers comparison.

        • Engwrite

          All I know is that against NO, when we had the lead and had to stop them, when we knew they were going to run the ball, we couldn’t. And every time Brees ran a (expected) qb sneak, he gained 5 yards. So something better is needed to stop the run. And please don’t quote me figures or standings against the run. If I were an OC playing against the Eagles, I too would rather pass the ball.

          • RIP illa

            Oh no…by then we were still playing our nickel package cuz apparently, we did that all game long w/o fail!!! Sarcasm.

            Logan was nowhere as bad as say the Bears DTs when it came to run defending, but he was nowhere near as good as these guys are making him out to be. Geagle will spout some nonsense about us being 10th against the run or something, but no one mentions that a lot of that had to do w/ what Davis wanted to stop through the season. They can Bring up the NO game, but I can bring up the Vikings game where whatever his name ran through us!!! And that guys strictly a north south, take it up the gut runner!!! And not only that…some fail to mention how our O and having a lead is schemed and factored and impacted our D!!! We would constantly start out games w/ shutting the run down, in mind. Building a good enough lead so that we could make teams one dimensional and rely on the pass.

          • Jason

            I was with you until the Vikings game comment. Couldn’t disagree with you more. The Minny RB didn’t do anything yardage wise. The 3 TDs were great if you were playing fantasy.

          • RIP illa

            Where did those 3 tds come from…straight up the gut!!! Yes it’s situational but the whole argument is!!! These guys are acting like we don’t need a run stuffer, just cuz he wouldn’t be versatile. And I’d rather have a back rush for 100 yards w/ 1 tell than 60-70 w/ 3. What matters more??? I’m sorry but that game, w/ that back disproves a lot of this bull shit!!! This whole past year we couldn’t get off the field on 3rd down. So fix a F’n problem and get off the field on 3rd and short situations!!! I’m sorry, I’m drunk right now :-) but I’m still sober enough to remember the Vikes back, Ari-whatever, getting 1st downs on us in additions to his 3 TDs. You don’t think he hurt us…I disagree!!!

          • Jason

            Ha, have one for me. We couldn’t get off the field on 3-16 either. I think Cassel and the horrendous scheme hurt us more then Asiago cheese did. I guess I believe there are bigger upgrades to be had elsewhere first. I could live with Logan. I can’t with Chung.

          • anon

            Yeah I think the numbers are a little shaky (we didn’t face a no. 1 RB for like a month), but we were WAY better than we were in the last 2+ years. We got beat at the line maybe but generally we got off blocks and tackled people. But if we faced the Pats and a true power run game it would have been game over.

      • RIP illa

        Have no idea where you’re getting this BS from. Geathers rarely ever maintains good pad level causing him to constantly lose leverage and be pushed back. McCullers, does not offer a pass rush but maintains his pad level and anchors against the run…as he showed several times yesterday and more importantly, during the week of practice as well as during the season. I don’t think he’s anything great, but what you’re spewing is hot garbage!!! Still think we need a combo of both, so Carrethers, Kerr, Gaston, Ellis.

  • Frank

    Nick Foles has been BETTER than other other QB this season, except Peyton.
    Foles was #1 in NFL QB rating, and Foles threw an all time NFL record SEVEN touchdowns in a single game.
    Foles is only 24 years old and will develop into the next Tom Brady.

    • GEAGLE

      Let’s down vote positive comments about our franchise QB..

      • BleedGreenJames

        Mike Vick will be the starter next year hes real fast and runs the optin real good and throws hard foles did well but miek vick is teh best rite?

    • Bill

      WOW….Foles was the MVP of the Pro Bowl game, he is having a fantastic first year as Eagles QB.

    • theycallmerob

      best player in nfl.

      http://t.co/9gUAO15dNr

  • Brian
  • Tom W

    Did attouchi play during the senior bowl game … Saw vannoy and ford and jones and the other fsu lb getting all the snaps??

    • Richard Colton

      I’m trying to imagine a scenario where we get KVN and Attachou in this draft. Any possible way that happens?

      • GEAGLE

        Yes, but long shot….right now, neither are GUARENTEED first rounders..they are in the 20-40 range. Hopefully they don’t have insane combines, and maybe you would have to trade up 10 spots in round two to pull it off, but it would be a BIGTIME coup

        falcons will trade into top 2′for Clowney
        Vikings/Brows will fight over who gets to trade into top two for Manziel
        rams and texans will laugh! collect extra picks! move down and draft the two OTs, Mathews and the kid from Auburn

        Texans will trade the first pick in round two to the Pats for Ryan Mallet

        • Richard Colton

          OK – say the Browns go WR or OL with their first round pick, and one of the top 4 QBs – Carr or Bortles starts slipping. Could easily see them parting with their 2nd to move up to grab their QB.

          • GEAGLE

            Everything you hear about them is they want Johnny football bad…but if they can’t get him, could def see them trying to trade to get him, moving up from colts pick

          • Richard Colton

            could be. also could be the typical smokescreen. Plus, they just hired their new HC like fifteen minutes ago. I’m sure he’ll want a say. Then there’s the new “NFL draft” movie coming out soon – so we’ll get the life-imitating-art angle.

          • GEAGLE

            Lol he will have no say

          • Richard Colton

            I pity that franchise. There has to be some kind on NFL misery index – crappy football franchise X crappy city = ???. Jacksonville might be #1, but at least it’s warm.

          • GEAGLE

            They hired banner, they deserve all the misery they get :).. Not just the franchise, the entire city lol.. Even Lebron left them

          • cliff henny

            ever been to Oakland? i drove from SF to Oakland on golden gate bridge, just for s&g’s. as soon as i crossed over into Oakland i looked for the first exit to turn around…i mean what a SH!T-hole!

          • Richard Colton

            I’ve heard Oakland is terrible. Never been there. But they have MC Hammer – how bad could it be?

          • cliff henny

            bad. have shanty like houses hanging off the side of the hills, half falling down. looks damn near 3rd world. all tin roofs, mis-mixed-matched colors. going from SF to Oakland, the contrast is crazy.

          • mtn_green

            Golden gate doesn’t go to Oakland. Oakland is like any other city, good, bad ok…
            Like judging philly from only going to north philly. Or judging nj by going to Camden.

          • anon

            Can’t see them not taking a QB, they have 2 first round picks. I’d say QB and OLb since they are moving from 4-3 to 3-4 i believe.

          • Richard Colton

            Not that it’s any guarantee what they’ll do this year – but the last few times this has happened to the Browns, they’ve gone cheap and used their 2nd first round pick on a QB. So I’m thinking a move up from 26 to 22.

        • Giorgos Kassakos

          I think Attaochu can slip to the third round, depending on how teams draft.

      • theycallmerob

        I’d say most likely through a trade-back than hoping they drop. I don’t see either lasting past 40-45

      • Token

        I admit im confused by all the Van Noy love.

        We need a high level pass rusher. Not another Connor Barwin.

        • theycallmerob

          1) He’s a better pass rusher than Barwin, IMO. Also allows for more 4-2-5 looks or 3-3-5, assuming secondary upgrades
          2) KVN could be a Ryans upgrade in a year; 6’3″ ILB who can cover and blitz

        • Richard Colton

          I don’t think you draft him at #22 and expect to plug him in at ROLB and solve all your pass rush problems. That would be silly – he hasn’t shown that he can be an edge terror.

          However, he’s perfect for the system they run. I think he can back up Barwin and our ILBs. Very versitile and flexible. I’ll put it this way – if the draft ends and we’re saying:
          A) We drafted OLB VanNoy “so” we solved our pass rush problems. I’m not happy.
          B) We drafted OLB VanNoy “and” we solved our pass rush problems. I’m very happy.

          • cliff henny

            well put. and i cant see B happening and getting kelly a weapon at WR. vannoy seems like a good player for eagles, just falling in a bad spot, that 25-45 range, and in the wrong year. if he’s in ’15 draft, i’m all over him.

      • Giorgos Kassakos

        Yeah, like ‘theycallmerob’ said, if we trade back from no.22 we can get them both. Don’t think it would be wise, though.

    • Joe L

      Attaouchu did play, but he was playing OLB in a 4-3 so I don’t remember seeing him blitzing very often.

  • GEAGLE

    Just watched Eagles/Pats Super Bowl. Is it wrong that I don’t miss Andy and Donovan one bit?

    • Brandon Boykin, OLB

      Well… Those two did get us there so…..

      • GEAGLE

        Close but no cigar, awesome…

        Yeah they got us there only to methodically take their jolly OL time down 10 points with 6 min left in the game…like the announcers couldn’t believe how brain dead we were drinking and dunking, walking up to the line! taking our merry OL time…thanks for getting us there so you can just do what you, not overcome your ridiculous short comings and lose to every good team we ever faced, because my 12′year old nephew has a better sense of clock management when he plays madden then two millionaires with a decades worth of experience…

    • Giorgos Kassakos

      Lol, I used to do that every offseason. This year I haven’t watched that yet but I don’t feel that I will this time.

      • GEAGLE

        Normally this time of year I watch college prospects on Sunday to get my football fix, but once the draft process is over i go back and watch this years eagles games, and teams around the league that I didn’t watch enough of this year… Basically, I’m watching ATleast two hours of football on Sundays year round..it’s a disease :)

    • addicted2mula

      Link?

      • GEAGLE

        It was on NFL network..but I use torrents to watch all my football

        • addicted2mula

          Fuck! Iight

    • Tom W

      Not at all.

  • levdog

    “Rainmaker” does it again, leads his team to victory in the Pro Bowl. Collingsworth calls him the MVP!!

  • Maggie

    Sunday, 11:00 p.m. EST. Nick Foles was just named Offensive Player of the Game! And DJax fought for and made a touchdown!

    • Andy124

      Only QB in the Pro-Bowl not to throw a pick.