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NFC East Breakdown

Posted on: September 15, 2008 1:58 pm
Edited on: September 16, 2008 9:21 am

Ok. The last time I posted a thread, I didn't think anyone would bother to dig it out of the bottom of the threads. But they did. So, in creating this my first blog, I will consider that someone may see it, and comment. My last thred had a few visitors who found ecception to what I had to say, however they were civil in their remarks. HERE IS MY BREAKDOWN OF THE NFC "BEAST"

Lets start with the world champions!

Giants: Jints fans are very learned, and believe it or not "down to earth about thier club. Talking to a NY fan, one hears and feels the smuggness just oozing out of them. Why not NY teams have so many "everythings". The good old North Jersey, New York (Metro) and CT crowd can play that game. They play it well. They talk trades. they toss stats, they "think" every other team in the division is a "W" for them, even while calling for their coached head, and goinfg 6 and something ... dosn't matter who, dosn't matter when, WE ARE ALL 'W's" in their eyes.

Cowchips: The people I know in Texas (that are Dallas fans). Are very much like all the rest of the country with thier passion for the game and their team. ...I't basically Go 'Boyz ... and the the 'ell wit da rest Y'All. It's the Troy, Michael. Emmett, loving "bandwagoneers" that kill it for me. They lost their last game of the season last year, but that didn't stop=em from telling EVERBODY and ANYBODY how many Superbowl rings they have. Thse fans which I speak of are like ants at a picnic Heck even  the finest looking woman in the world wearing a #8 Jersey is desirable, but wjen she starts tossing stats and "superbowl" rings around, she becomes just another "SIX PACK"

Redskins: Not much gouing on in our nationa capitol these days ('cept for the usual). I mean since the death of the Hogs, and the birth of Danial Snyder, Washington is becoming the "LA" of the east. (no offense Bingo if you read this). Granted they sell out their stadium at a record pace and "will" there tickest to the next unlucky family member, but, where are you in the 4th quarted? You don't hear-em snot-in, or woofin, you very rerely see anyone own up to the fact that the forskins even excist. ... Hey Man Surf's Up!!

Eagles: Ahhhh the cradle of Liberty, birthplace of America, ... wait cowchip "wagoneers" have claimed all the patriotic stuff. The fans in Philadelphia, know what they like, and they Know what they don't like, they let you hear it either way. No rings to toss around, maybe we'll never see one, but it won't keep the Philly faithful away, although not complacent with "just misses" the Fans in Philly like the fact they can beat anyone, anyday,....unless it's an AFC team who is not as good on paper as we are.


Category: NFL

Since: Jul 17, 2008
Posted on: September 23, 2008 11:52 am

NFC East Breakdown

Sorry about the "O" there Bat, but the "W" works for me. No Wesbrook in Chicago this week, look for a dink-dunk kinda a day out of the Birds, with an occasional shot downfield to the rookie. I guess we'll find out if Andy's "plug-it-in" system really works this week. This is not the '07 Bears!

Since: Oct 30, 2007
Posted on: September 21, 2008 9:11 am

NFC East Breakdown

Eagles got a big game going against those thieves. (that is why they call them steelers right..or is that a different spelling?)

After coming off that heart breaker...hopes they can rebound or at least score a lot of points for my fantasy teams.  Well I guess mainly score a lot of points is what I'm hoping for.

Since: Jul 17, 2008
Posted on: September 16, 2008 9:34 am

NFC East Breakdown

I went back and made some changes, TY, this one is more "civil", grammer is Important. I should know, it was what kept me following my "one true passion" in life! ....After Lastnights game, I have to say The "Chips" look very very polished, They outplayed the Eagles in every area, and, they scored when they had to, and held when they had to.

Kind of reminds you of another "big 3" in "big D" ... could get dicey down the road!

Since: Oct 30, 2007
Posted on: September 16, 2008 9:28 am

NFC East Breakdown

...and I should be so bold to speak about your mistakes. Wow.  How does that even happen!

Excuse my errors..hopefully you get the gist!

Since: Oct 30, 2007
Posted on: September 16, 2008 3:51 am

NFC East Breakdown

Well well well...look who has a blog.  You must've been writing at speed demon pace or is that I just don't the english language as well as I thought I did?

O.k. being how this is my first year really chat'n it up with all the fans out there, I'll try to give ya just a first impression of what I've seen.

Giants-(not to be confused with the baseball team) these fans constantly complain about the ranking system.  Seeing how they won the Super Bowl last year most feel that they should be ranked #1 until someone comes along and knocks them down from the pedestal.  I tend to agree.  Whether we believe they're the most talented is up for debate...what can't be denied is that they haven't lost since winning the Super Bowl.  Give them their credit so they can shut up already.

Cowboys-MNF & cheerleaders...many thanks cowboy fans.  They're certainly no longer Americas Team.  They've lost their charm with the constant drug/violence issues.  Of course adding Pacman ony tarnishes the team more.  The fans their are blindsided by the fact that anyone with a star on their helmet is a godsend.  No one takes issues with their personal conduct as long as the talent is there.  Gotta say they have some of the best smack talkers around...a little modesty never hurt but its nearly as fun to read.

Redskins-Well my brother just so happens to love this team.  It's still a mystery to all how this occurred. I have to say his love for this team has never faltered.  The fans here will continue to root and think that each year this will be the one even though the players ability has yet to improve.  Can't fault that-I like a die-hard attitude especially with teams that seem to be bottom dwellers most years.

Eagles-Those phili fans take their sports very seriously. As they showed on MNF,  as knowledgeable as they are sometimes the fans get it wrong.  They booed the draft pick of McNabb for the favorable Ricky Williams.  Of course no one on here did that.  Yeah right!  I think most people have a soft spot for the Eagles.  Especially with the T.O vs McNabb controvery.  I know I was pulling for the Eagles tonight.  Anyway, the fans are very tough on the team and expect greatness.  I don't consider that a bad thing, in fact quite the opposite.  Good luck the rest of the year.

There ya go bud.  Spoken from someone who has yet to get to know any of these fan bases.  All gut impressions.  Only time will tell how true it is.  Now can you go back and do some editing of your post?  Good Grief.

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