Show Notes: Episode 38 for Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Atlanta Falcons in Philadelphia, 27-14. The team welcomes back Brian Westbrook and Kevin Curtis from injuries, with this being Curtis’s first game of the season.  With this back to back win, the Eagles are now 4-3 on the season, and also 10-0 after a BYE week under Head Coach Andy Reid.

What we discussed:

  • Is Philly cursed? We start off talking about the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series, and how Game 5 is suspended because of two days of bad weather
  • Donovan McNabb’s play early was bad, but he relaxed and excelled the rest of the game
  • Brian Westbrook was a rushing machine, and had 22 rushes. We talk about the stat that says when he touches the ball over 20 times, the Eagles don’t lose
  • Jagged play by the Offense. Was it rust by players coming off injuries, or the play calling?
  • The Eagles are 4-3 on the season, but we’re still not satisfied
  • The game Referees were horrendous yet again, and it seems to be the case this whole season
  • Lito Sheppard stepped up this game, and made his presence known in a few ways
  • The Eagles travel to Seattle this Sunday to take on the troubled Seahawks
  • L.J. Smith was almost killed by Lawyer Malloy
  • Reggie Brown was out again this week, despite practicing during the week

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Direct download: 038_EFC-Oct_28_2008.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:58pm EST

Show Notes: Episode 37 for Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Our Philadelphia Eagles have a much-needed BYE week, but we’re not taking off.  In fact, we’re stepping it up a notch, as we have Jason from Bleeding Green Nation with us to talk about all things Eagles this season.

What we discussed:

  • The Eagles sign FB Kyle Eckel and cut S J.R. Reed
  • We talk about the Fullback situation this season
  • Offense troubles in the Red Zone
  • Brian Westbrook, Kevin Curtis and Reggie Brown are all practicing and all look to be back against the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday
  • Cowboys smack talk on their pathetic loss to the Rams
  • We touch on Goodell’s Personal Conduct Policy and how DeSean Jackson and Quinten Demps were fined $10,000 each for their “celebration” in the end zone after Jackson’s TD return.
  • Jason talks about the Bleeding Green Nation site and blog, and what’s been going on the last year.
  • We discuss the non-trade of Tony Gonzales
  • Email from Michael in Oahu, who covers a lot of topics and Eagles fans’ frustrations
  • The Washington Redskins loss was a catalyst for most fans’ anger and limit this season
  • L.J. Smith
  • Defense has changed, and now has some troubles to overcome
  • Offense play calling, such as the reverse
  • Defense blitzing
  • NFC East talk: Giants, Cowboys and Redskins status
  • Atlanta Falcons come to Lincoln Financial Field this Sunday for a 1:00 game
  • Eric and Chuck go to a party for the folks behind “Green Fans - The Movie” at Cebu in Philly for the unveiling of the Green Fans 2009 Calendar.

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Direct download: 037_EFC-Oct_21_2008.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:55am EST

Show Notes: Episode 36 for Tuesday, October 14, 2008

The Philadelphia Eagles beat the San Francisco 49ers in a 4th Quarter Defensive victory on Sunday at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.  Despite the Eagles moving the football effectively for three quarters, there was never a time when the game was well in hand.  A blocked field goal returned for a TD left the Eagles with a 1-point lead going into the half, and the Eagles struggled for the entire third Quarter before dominating and putting it away late in the fourth.  With the Eagles win, and losses by the Giants, Cowboys and Redskins, the Eagles are back in the race as they go into their BYE week.

What we discussed:

  • The Philadelphia Eagles beat the San Francisco 49ers 40-26 a must-win Away game
  • We debate the play of the team and coaches during the game and try to make some sense of how effective the team handled their opponent
  • The Eagles signed LB Tracy White and cut RB Tony Hunt
  • The Detroit Lions traded WR Roy Williams to the Dallas Cowboys
  • Cowboys CB Adam “Pacman” Jones was suspended four games, possibly indefinitely, after his latest off the field shenanigans… the world feigns surprise
  • We talk about Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones and his comments on ESPN about the “aging” Terrell Owens… and the world snickers knowingly
  • The Cowboys have lost five players since Sunday, including their QB, Tony Romo
  • NFC East Division outlook and standings
  • Todd talks about attending the Phillies - Dodgers NLCS Game 4 in L.A.
  • Andy Reid’s 3rd & Long playcalling scares us because he has no plan
  • We have an email from Aussie Mike
  • The site, OneCrazyFan.com is now embedding our shows on his tailgate recap pages, very cool!

Next week on our BYE week show, we welcome back Jason from Bleeding Green Nation. Jason joined us in the BYE week last year, and we’re very happy to have him back on to share his thoughts on all things Eagles.

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Direct download: 036_EFC-Oct_14_2008.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:28pm EST

Show Notes: Episode 35 for Thursday, October 7, 2008

The Philadelphia Eagles self-destructed in another game they should have won.  This past Sunday, the Eagles lost at home to the Washington Redskins after opening up a 14-0 lead.  Now the team is 2-3, lost two games in the division and three games in the conference.  We address the loss with a lot of expected frustration and anger, and hope this team, and the coaches, can make the changes necessary to put the Eagles back on top where they should be.

What we discussed:

  • The Philadelphia Eagles lose to the Redskins 23-17 at The Linc
  • The first Offensive drive and the punt return were amazing, but that's where the fun ended
  • Brian Westbrook fractured two ribs, and is now considered day-to-day
  • Andy Reid's lack of adjustments cost them this game
  • The Redskins adjusted constantly and were able to counter everything the Eagles tried
  • Akers misses another field goal
  • Zorn outcoached Reid
  • NFC East Division outlook
  • The Eagles go to San Francisco to play the 49ers in a game we must win
  • We have a voicemail from IconJohn
  • We switch gears and talk about the Phillies for a bit

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Direct download: 035_EFC-Oct_7_2008.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:33pm EST

Show Notes: Episode 34 for Thursday, October 2, 2008

The Philadelphia Eagles traveled to Chicago to take on the Bears and lose a heartbreaker 24-20. With a number of key players still out with injuries and way too many mistakes by players and coaches, the Eagles fall short. We talk about this game, some injury updates and look forward to the Washington Redskins coming to town this Sunday.

What we discussed:

  • The Philadelphia Eagles fall to the Chicago Bears 24-20.
  • Many mistakes added up to this loss, and we detail some of them
  • The Offensive Goal Line epic fail and ends with no touchdown
  • Lito Sheppard’s name isn’t spoken that often during the games
  • Email from Aussie Mike
  • David Akers performance and missing two long field goals, but we’re not worried
  • We talk about our next four games, and how we travel to the west coast twice
  • Washington Redskins come to Lincoln Financial Field here in Philly this week for a 1:00 game
  • Going to be a tough game for the Eagles, but a tougher game for the Redskins playing their second very hard game on the road, and maybe experiencing a letdown after beating the Cowboys

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Direct download: 034_EFC-Oct_2_2008.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:37pm EST



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