Wake-Up Call: Are the Eagles a Young Team?

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Following the Eagles’ playoff loss to the Saints, Jeffrey Lurie was asked what needs to happen for his team to take the next step.

After noting that getting off to a better start would help in the future, he said: “This year we had a young team, and they were just finding out how good they were.”


But how young were the Eagles compared to the other 31 teams?

Chase Stuart of Football Perspective recently tried to measure age in the most relevant way possible. He used Pro Football Reference's Approximate Value numbers. Click here for a detailed explanation, but the basic gist is players who contribute most to a team's success (or failure) carry more weight than guys who rarely play. It's not just an average of the 53-man roster.

Stuart then took a look at each team's offense and defense to determine which units are the oldest and youngest in the league.

So let's get to the Eagles. Overall, he has the Eagles as the 14th-youngest team in the NFL, or right around the middle of the pack. If you're wondering about the other NFC East teams, the Cowboys are eighth, the Redskins 24th and the Giants 30th.

Defensively, the Eagles rank fifth, which makes sense. Among their 12 starters (let's throw Brandon Boykin in there), five were first- or second-year players in 2013, including the entire defensive line. That number jumps to six if you want to count Earl Wolff. It's reasonable to expect many of these younger players who have flashed potential to improve going forward.

Offensively is where Stuart's numbers are eye-opening. The Eagles rank 24th with an average adjusted team age of 27.7.

When looking at the draft, pundits often pinpoint immediate needs. The Eagles, for example, could use a safety since that was a weakness last season.

But coaches and GMs need to take bigger-picture views. So where are the Eagles old? One area is the offensive line. Jason Kelce (26) and Lane Johnson (24) are young, but Jason Peters (32), Todd Herremans (31) and Evan Mathis (32) are a different story.

Mathis showed no signs of slowing down in 2013 and could be an exception considering he didn't play a lot early in his career. Athletically, Peters seems to be the exception to most rules, although he was not the same player in 2013 that he was in 2011. And Herremans' best days are behind him.

The Eagles are relatively young at the skill positions with guys like LeSean McCoy (25), DeSean Jackson (27) and Nick Foles (25) in their primes. But it wouldn't be surprising to see them target some young bodies up front in the draft.

Maybe it's a young guard who can challenge Herremans right away. Or perhaps someone with versatility who can start inside and eventually take over at right tackle if Johnson moves over to the left side.

The offensive line had the same five starters play all 16 games in 2013. That's a credit to their individual efforts and the team's sports science initiatives. But given the unit's relative age, getting younger up front is something Howie Roseman and company will look at this offseason.

WHAT YOU MISSED

McCoy fired a jab at Richard Sherman.

Michael Vick says he's done with QB battles.

Nick Foles says he's not afraid to throw INTs and talks Napoleon Dynamite.

Our offseason outlook series continues with a look at the Birds' tight ends.

Draft buzz and an interesting revelation by Brian Dawkins in our latest national media roundup.

T-Mac takes a look at Matt Barkley's projected role in 2014.

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

Broncos WR Andre Caldwell tells Jimmy Kempski of Philly.com that he could see himself thriving in Chip Kelly's offense:

"That's a place I could expand on my career and make something happen for that team. I don't know what it's like there, but it seems like a great place to be, and they're building and getting better now that Chip Kelly is going to be there. I could definitely open up that offense with my skill set."

Tommy Lawlor of Iggles Blitz on BYU LB Kyle Van Noy, a prospect we wrote about last week:

I’ve written plenty about Van Noy recently. Some think of him as an OLB, but I think he could be a really good fit inside. Spent his Junior year going after the QB and piled up 13 sacks and 6 FFs. Dropped into coverage more as a Senior and proved to be very effective playing in space. Had 2 INTs and 7 pass deflections. Smart, instinctive LB that could thrive as 3-4 ILB where he’s used to cover and blitz.

COMING UP

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  • EaglefaninAZ

    I’m sure Caldwell isn’t the only one. I said before that offensive free agents are gonna be really attracted to Kelly going forward. Defensively, I dunno.

    • evanphilly

      Its the smoothies, man….the smoothies

      • Andy124

        I think it’s the All-22′s.

      • G_WallyHunter

        Caldwell must be a smoothie connoisseur… Nevermind the skills he can bring to the offense, what about the knowledge he can bring to smoothie production..

    • borntosuffer

      Kempski has an interesting take on this at Philly.com. Part of it is that the D-line position with the Eagles is not as attractive because the Eagles play a 2-gap system. But , linebackers should like it as the system tends to give them more space to make plays.

      • GEAGLE

        Think it’s bogus. We don’t two gap on passing situations, and they all get their chance to get after the QB on our 4-2-5 nickle

        • anon

          I think we play 4 down b/c of personnel not scheme. Think Kempski has a fair point, if you’re DL and care about stats (bc stats = money) you won’t love our scheme.

          • GEAGLE

            Dude, I don’t care what your personel or your scheme is, no one two gaps on passing downs

    • G_WallyHunter

      For sure, hey maybe we can lure Randy out of retirement? Wouldn’t that be something… Of course I’m ignoring his attitude and other things that might get in the way.
      Jokes aside, which free agents would we want to lure this year? Any receivers worth looking at?
      This year doesn’t have the greatest offensive crop of free agents, but give CK another successful year and next year they should be lining up like kids at an ice cream truck on mid summer day.

      • evanphilly

        Let me be the first to bring back the “We need Plaxico” chatter. He would be a great red-zone target.

        • G_WallyHunter

          I’d rather a better-developed Momah than Plaxico

          • dnabrice

            Momah looked completely clueless and played with no speed in training camp/at the Linc practices last year. Maybe he picked something up being part of the practice squad, and using a jug machine non stop, but we’ll have to wait to see what the reports are like from OTAs etc. I’m going out on a limb with this one, but he’s NOT the answer…

      • Richard Colton

        Cooper and Maclin.

        • G_WallyHunter

          Lol yes right… I should have specified OTHER THAN the home bred ones.. Decker but nvm him, I guess we can just look forward to the crop next year.

          Now, given the mess that’s about to happen in new Orleans, Jimmy?
          Going to be interesting to see how that plays out, I know he won’t hit the market but if they tag him as a TE then he will be holding out

          • Richard Colton

            All of the other FA receivers fall into one of two categories for me: A) will resign with own team or B) not interested

            While I’m sure Chip would love a Jimmy Graham, that’s a lot of $$$ at the TE position. I get the argument – he transcends the TE position, but even with Drew’s comments, I still think New Orleans keeps him.

          • anon

            He’s the only stable piece of that offense 14tds this year, crazy.

          • daggolden

            Who disappeared in the playoffs vs the Eagles and Seattle. Then Seattle called him soft that he wanted no part of there physical secondary.

          • GEAGLE

            Jimmy jam Graham

      • Stuart Philp

        In order of my preference: Eric Decker, Golden Tate, Anquan Boldin, Julian Edelman, Darrius Heyward-Bey.

        • GEAGLE

          Want nothing to do with any of them

        • G_WallyHunter

          Edelman would be interesting…. Too expensive probably though. Heyward bey not worth the look. Golden Tate is like maclin

          • Maggie

            Golden Tate is the only player in the NFL to have over 800 yards receiving and over 500 yards returning kicks/punts. He also half-killed the Cowboys Sean Lee with a hit (see You Tube). Versatile. Proven. A CK type of player.

        • Maggie

          Sounds interesting to me.

  • Joe L

    Amen on the point about Van Noy being a better fit at ILB for this D. Been saying that for a while.

    • cliff henny

      this point Geagle has posted so much about defense and LBs, i’m almost onboard with going rd1. att-guy rd2.KVN rd3. christian Jones.

      • Andy124

        Assuming we grab a safety in FA and keep our own WRs.

        • cliff henny

          yup. i’m changing my handle to ‘CH-post assumes byrd/ward’

          • Andy124

            Very catchy. :)

            Would make a great band name.

      • NickS1

        Not going to lie, in no way would I be upset. We can make a better first three picks, sure, but that’s not a bad first three picks.

        • cliff henny

          think Chippah needs to be locked in a closet, chained, gagged, and sedated to go defense in first 3 rounds.

          • NickS1

            And even that may not be enough. He probably has a game plan to escape that situation.

          • cliff henny

            probably not! could try stuffing him into an air-tight container and tossing into Delaware River, but Kelly has Hals on stand-by with diving equipment. guy has thought of evrything

          • anon

            hopefully he learned from being in league on year and seeing what real players look like.

      • Tom W

        Can we throw a wr in there in rd 3 for chip and foles like a martavius Bryant from Clemson or one of the lsu cats …assume u jesting w both van noy and jones

        • cliff henny

          of course…’almost’…was being extreme, and poking fun at Johnny Geagle. been a wr/olb or vice versa rd1/rd2 for while now. been on Landry since Sept, absolutely love that guy in Eagles offense.

          • Joe L

            Big Landy fan, ridiculously reliable hands on that kid.

          • GEAGLE

            Yeah well all my LB talk don’t mean a damn thing if we continue play games with bogus FA safeties

      • 24/7lurker

        Because Geagle is known for his coherent and well thought out arguments…..

        • GEAGLE

          Duh!!!! Fool

  • cliff henny

    be interesting to see how much injuries effected rankings. a .7 decrease takes Eagles down to #5. generally older guys get hurt, replaced by rookies. think ranking #14 while playing to max age is a positive. obviously everyone will point to o-line. always need to bring in new blood, but if there’s 1 group teams can have couple 30+ guys, it’s there. not like Eagles are ignoring it, darfting Lane, Tobin/Bamiro are very young, Dennis Kelly got full year off to recover, Mott-Michigan center and Barbre is older and like Mathis, very lttle tred.

    • Andy124

      Yes to all that. And to add, that whole age thing is completely moot if we draft well.

      Odds are we won’t hit on picks as often as we have the last two years, but one more jackpot draft and then just stay above average from there on out and we’re golden.

      • NickS1

        Sounds pretty easy.

        • Andy124

          Easy as being handed a starting QB job sans competition after a decade of injuries and mediocrity? /troll

          • NickS1

            Definitely that easy.

      • cliff henny

        interesting part of the article is Seattle’s and SF rankings-since we often us those as templates. Sea is #2 and SF #31 (funny one is NYG is #30-old and stink). Seattle last 2 yrs has pretty much stayed put, drafted, done the BPA. while SF has been targeting, moving, and taking injury tumblers. doesnt matter how good you are, start whiffing on top 3 rd picks, get old and thin in a hurry.

    • Richard Colton

      Kelly, Bamiro, Tobin? Have those guys shown us anything? Complete mysteries at this point. We get FO soundbites – “We really like Tobin” and “Bamiro is athletic.” All I know is that Kelly hasn’t done squat since he’s been here.

      That O-line is the key to this offense. I’m interested in seeing what they do draft/free agency wise up front. No signings and nobody picked high? That will be a vote of confidence in some of the guys you named.

      • cliff henny

        we know some on D kelly. i thought he ended ’12 rather well, and he was tossed in burning tire fire. struggled at beginning, but came on. barbre, he played some, looked good. i dont even count guards in this age worry. they can be found, made and hidden by tackles. mathis was, barbre, heck that scott guy off streets last yr ended up playing well. dallas pulled 34 brian waters out of retirement, he played well until injury. it’s really 1 guy, Peters. what’s behind him, and how long can he last. more my point was, while it’s an issue, the Eagles are paying attention to it.

        • Richard Colton

          Yeah – I don’t agree with Dennis Kelly. Saying he played poorly when thrust in a bad situation doesn’t mean he’ll play well in a better situation. I still need to see something from him before I’m comfortable plugging him in at RT.

          • cliff henny

            by end of ’12, he was playing much better. he started off awful, but he had revolving door next to him. once scott got couple games, right side was much better. i’m not ready to cut peters, switch lane, move in kelly, by any means. but if plan is to replace Herrmanns after ’14, peters after ’15 and Mathis after ’16 (have no knowledge of this, but does make litle sense), there’s time, mixture of young and vets, 2 out of 3 are guards, which is alot easier and a good coach in stoutland.

      • cheapmeat

        How much did Mathis show before we singed him? He has played his best ball by far with us.

      • dnabrice

        I thought you were talking about Chip Kelly for a second there…hahahahah

    • GEAGLE

      Yeah I don’t see us adding much to the Oline this year. Wtf do “analyst and writers” know about Oline play? Not a damn thing. you would have to know hand placement, foot placement, if a punch is on target, did he kick step to late or not wide enough? Writers no nothing about Oline technique, so they cant tell you why an Olinemen failed on a given play, so they have no clue whether guys are just getting old, or if it’s correctable mistakes that will improve from having some more time in this scheme with this Oline coach…

      This line will be much better this year. 31 at Oline is like 26-27yr old RB. Many of the big mistakes on the right side this year were blown assignments. Herremans will be better just by being longer removed from the injury, playing next to an improved Lane and having more time to get acclimated to playing RG..

      I expect a quiet offseason in terms of the Oline, and next year, start restocking it. If Herremans doesn’t improve how he is supposed to, then you just cut him next year and draft Oregons Hroniss Grasu who should be the top guard prospect this time next year! already familiar with our style offense he should be able to slide in for Todd as a rookie. It’s not hard to get the top guard in the draft, since they aren’t valued

      • cliff henny

        see o-lines age as a legit concern, but not red light. also think eagles are addressing it properly. cant blast backups for not being any good, they didnt play, we have no idea. draft another 5th rdr, take another physical freak like Bamiro (believe he would have been mid level pick if draft status wasnt messed up-that’s always debatable, but he got good money and had to outbid teams). Herrmann’s has to show something much better in camp. even beat out, still has role as backup for g/t. vandevelde been around for awhile, never broken in. sure he’s on upgrade alert. keep bringing in young huge upside guys for stoutland to work with.

        • GEAGLE

          It could be a major concern..or we could be more stocked at the position then we think. We just have no way of knowing, because our starters were healthy all year…but we can’t just look at no name back ups, and assume that they haven’t grown into capable depth players. If your young players are getting the right coaching, they improve…Barbre was the only one who was given an opportunity, and he proved to handled himself well…

          The real question is do our coaches see our backups as being future starters, or career backups? If none are viewed as future starters, then yes, we probably would start to look for starting Caliber young players for our bench

        • http://www.corcommunity.com/ theycallmerob

          This is where I see a 4th or 5th, and a 6th being spent. I get the big CB or DB and OLB “developmental” guy (which I too would love, a guy like OLB Lynch or CB Desir); however, this is where gem OL can be found. Every year there are guys in the 4th and higher coming in and starting, or outplaying vets in camp for a job.
          With the coaching staff we have? Kelly and (most of all!) Stoutland having recruited most of these guys? HUGE advantage.
          I know I already ruined/yeasted the dancing bear. But here’s a few more late guys to watch; OL is very deep:
          *morgan moses (still getting a 4th rd grade!!) , OT, uva
          *michael schofield, T, michigan
          *james hurst, T, north carolina
          *kevin graf, T, usc
          *anthony steen, G, alabama (stoutland boy!)
          *billy turner, T/G, north dakota state
          *joel bitonio, T/G, nevada
          *brandon linder, OG, miami
          *dakota dozier, OG, furman
          *bryan stork, C, florida st
          *tyler larsen, C, utah st
          *gabe ikard, C, oklahoma

  • Stuart Philp

    We do need a good coverage ILB to handle all these TEs that destroyed us this season. Not sure if Van Noy is the guy, but worth looking at.

    • Nick

      that has more to do with Mr. Cant Cover Patrick Chung/Safeties. Nate allen improved but still was shaky in pass coverage. getting a tall/big safety in draft aka Calvin Pryor will help that a lot.

  • dislikedisqus

    I’d fix the defense first because it has weaknesses on the first string that will show up next season. Don’t draft for 2015 needs until you fix 2014 needs.

  • GEAGLE

    Jimmy Graham

    • cliff henny

      what’s the pat difference between being tagged as wr vs TE? dont care who you are, never mess with another man’s money. Brees should have said nothing.

      • GEAGLE

        That’s what the F I’m saying…Brees pulled a (female dog) Mcnabb move, and I’m very curious to see how Jimmy reacts? Brees shouldn’t have answered that question, and for him to answer it so emphatically: “TE! TE, oh he is definitely a TE” knowing the context of why they were asking him that question…Brees F’ed up!!! Very curious to see how Jimmy reacts. if I’m the saints, I start cutting dudes NOW and just pay the man..if they try and tag him now as a TE, things could get very ugly…

        Don’t care what Frugal Howie says, he will go after Jimmy HARD if he hits the market lol and we can kiss our safety goodbye

        • thetrufe

          Just think, if Brees was an Eagle and black you’d want him off our team.

          • GEAGLE

            Who the hell are you? Get in line troll, I already have groupies…but Cliff H needs a wine glass, actually that crazy Mofo prob needs a shot glass or a beer Bong, you can be his first official hater, instead of being my 32nd. Muah!

          • thetrufe

            Curious when the “troll” makes better points than the commenter.

          • GEAGLE

            Haha..In what dream land are you living? Honestly, take your shots but come on dude, you are insignificant, you can’t expect me to back n fourth pat you on your head and show you attention all day…have a merry gay day

          • thetrufe

            Spelling and “a merry gay day”. Well now – this is a treat.

          • GEAGLE

            If you bring race to a blog, where people try to steal time away from work so we can have football discussions, then you are just a piece of trash, and you seriously don’t deserve anyone’s attention…you realize merry and gay mean the same thing? How trashy are you? Enjoy being everything that is wrong with society…now run along and go play in traffic
            ..
            “Ay bey, shoot at the king….you best not miss” -Omar “Scar” little

          • thetrufe

            Merry and gay do mean the same thing in certain contexts. That’s why I didn’t call you homophobic. I would love to leave race out of the blog and just talk birds. It is you and some other naysayers who impose a doublestandard when you bash Vick for innocuous comments and say he should be off the team, but don’t go to similiarly drastic measures when white QBs say dumb (or worse) stuff.

            Wow you watch the Wire!? You really get the inner city. I take everything back.

          • GEAGLE

            Fuck off

          • cliff henny

            there was a day….sadly, i drink more miller 64′s than miller lites nowadays.

          • GEAGLE

            I feel you..I’m not even 32yet and I can’t drink like I used to..although for some reason that doesn’t apply when I’m in Italy or the UK

          • UKEagle99

            But he’s not. Fantasy football is available here http://games.espn.go.com/frontpage/football

          • anon

            i would. that TO mess was awful, but mcnabbs character leaves a lot to be desired generally.

        • cliff henny

          Saints cap is a nightmare! cant do too many june 1st, 2015 doesnt have alot of room. they might have to part ways with Graham sooner or later regardless.

          • GEAGLE

            You know I’m a defensive guy, but if you give Jimmy Graham to Chip and FOles, I’ll friggin learn to love offense

          • GEAGLE

            Besides Will smith, wonder who their cap casualties would be?

          • cliff henny

            still 5m over after cutting him. they dont have anyone else that gets them a lot of space. have a ton of 4m-5m cap # with 3m-3.5m dead like contracts. can june 1st, but 2015 is looking great either. a bunch of expensive vets that can be restructured, but i have really heard anyone think that a good idea, but think that route they’ll go. brees, jabri evans and colston restructured get Graham tagged and picks signed, but nothing else.

          • UKEagle99

            Quick question for you Cliff :-) I know we are approx $21m under our cap but I believe this is because we carried some over? If we use all that space then are we not in a poor situation next year being somewhere like $9m over and looking at possibly needing to offer FOles a big contract?

          • cliff henny

            yes, that’s all carry over. Eagles havent made moves to clear capspace. i could easily get another 12m and have no effect of on field play. get 20m+ more-but get some heat.
            .
            eagles can move on from herrmann williams graham and coles, clear 18.5 after ’14 season. that’s also assuming nothing is done to etend peters, celek and ryans. eagles can go in many different driections, but even if they sign cooper, mac (who would be a rental), byrd, there’s zero worries any player drafted in ’12 or ’13 cant be extended-assuming they show it before 4th yr. that’s where cooper and allen got tricky. they showed too late. only guy signed for ’16 with sizable dead money is shady.

          • UKEagle99

            Gotcha! Cheers for the response.

        • anon

          especially since brees made such a big deal about getting paid a couple of years ago.

        • anon

          man please we aren’t even in that price range.

      • UKEagle99

        Around $4.5m I believe… $10.5m vs $6m. I agree Brees should have said nothing but anything that causes turmoil in a conference contender I am all for! I’m almost looking forward to the troubles Dallas are facing as much as the Eagles team building :-D

        • cliff henny

          i get pissed when a company rips me off 100 bucks on a commission checks…4.5m?!
          .
          dallas is a ticking timebomb. they’ll get away with it this yr. not sure how they get better, but still competitive roster, another 8-8 seems very likely-assuming healthy Romo. ’15, it gets really confusing, and will be relying on overpaid, all under contract extension-romo for a 2nd time to tag dez and transition smith, huge dead money older talent. it could get ugly with couple guys showing age early, but no matter what happens, ’16 is when the shit will hits the fan. lot depends on what they do with ware, and who gets extended in ’14 to get under to see how much trickle down dead money is piling up in ’16. and all the while, doing this cap gymastics, they cant sign any free agents of note. if they do, F, that just makes it worse. ware this off-season is really the key to see just how ugly it gets in 2016. i hate dallas so, so very much, i’m equally obsessed with their cap as eagles. unless Jones drafts like jimmy johnson on steriods for next 2 yrs, 2016 will be a dumpster fire. then, Romo needs replaced. wonder what the odds are of Dallas not having winning season ’16 thru ’19 is today, but i’d put a grand down today they wont.

          • GEAGLE

            5mil ain’t exactly peanuts. If this was the philly media, they would have already hunted down Graham and threw these quotes in his face and they would have started a major crap storm by now

  • morgan c

    Herremans has been a good Eagle, but his days as a starter should be over. He was by far the weakest link on our Oline (considering LJ was a rookie, he gets graded on a slightly different scale for me). I know our line overall was solid, but we should be careful getting too enamored with the line-up. You always have to look to improve, and we can vastly improve our right guard play. We need another tackle too for when Peters inevitably falls off, which will probably happen next year or the year after at latest. Just being realistic. The most important thing to do in the NFL is arguably keeping your line stocked every year. If we worry about this next year, that means we will be too late, as it will take at least a year for a rookie to get into a groove. We DO NOT want to wind up like the Giants (re: waited too long to worry about their Oline, and now they are one of the worst in football, and will be for at least another season or two). Draft Oline, secondary, OLB, NT in some order. I want at least 2 linemen before 6th round.

    • GEAGLE

      You realize that when LJ makes rookie mistakes it will usually have a ripple effect, Todd being the first to feel it? You realize it was his first year playing RG? Realize he was the last of the 3 to be healed from his injury? First year playing for Stoutland and every line coach wants them to use slightly different Techniques? Todd will be fine this year. Take it to the bank!

      • morgan c

        I hope you’re right, but I view it more like: Herremans is old and past his prime physically, LJ improved as the year went on, and Herremans didn’t really, and the injury excuse is kind of BS past the half-way point of the year. By then, it has been over a year. If Peters can’t use it as an excuse, then neither can Herremans. I just saw a lot of poor play for him, and a lack of punishing dominance in one-on-one situations, especially compared to Mathis. That has little to nothing to do with the guy playing next to him.

        • GEAGLE

          Actually, tape shows plenty of improvement out of Todd In the second half of the season..and injuries aren’t excuses, they are real life factors, and it’s foolish to think the best it’s going to get for an athlete is the first year back from the injury. JP,Todd and Kelce should all be better next year. I promise Todd has more left in the tank then we think and JP has another level he can play at which I expect to see in 2014….but we need a complete depth mAkeover across the board so whether they add Olinemen this year or next, it doesn’t really make a difference to me, either way it’s inevitable

    • anon

      they drafted lj to for when peters falls off.

    • Max Lightfoot

      I agree. I think Chip will surprise (and infuriate) lots of fans by taking either an O-lineman or QB early. Chip favors a strong running game – that comes first – and protecting the QB comes second. So the line will get better – but not without the draft. And you can’t have enough good QBs, either – so if Chip sees the guy he really likes, it may happen.

      And then the secondary will be addressed. The minute people think they have Chip Kelly figured out, he will prove them wrong. Of course, I could be wrong. But that’s my take.

      • cheapmeat

        The question is wether he feels his top 5 offense gets better with added protection or skill. There’s a fair argument for both.

  • GEAGLE

    Desean just told skip and Stephan A.. “A few key additions and we will be right there”

    Skip tried to get Desean to throw coop under the bus.. Desean really represented us well today

    • cliff henny

      he’s right. wait till ’15, that’s when the stars sun and moon should allign.

      • GEAGLE

        McCoy has some nice quotes about it being time to get this franchise it’s first SB win, talking about how bad our fans deserve it, and how amazing it is to see them travel all over.

        I will be dissapointed if we don’t have a Lombardi trophy in 15

    • cheapmeat

      That’s a rarity. Thanks for filling me in though, don’t have the patience to listen to Stephan A’s sermons…

  • GEAGLE

    Jason Kelce is a fraud…..dude only ate 65 wings today

    • GEAGLE

      He lost to a girl who ate like 360 wings…rumor has it, it was our “lovely” maggie