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    King Breather John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute
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    Quote Originally Posted by e-five View Post
    get that white running back, too.

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    King Breather John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute
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    Season Summary: 7-9
    The Eagles were the talk of the NFL when they began the year 3-0. Everyone was on the Carson Wentz bandwagon, but the wheels fell off following the team's bye. Lane Johnson was suspended for 10 games, which worsened pass protection. Constantly under siege, Wentz finally looked like a rookie. The good news, however, is that the Eagles seem to have the foundation of a perennial playoff contender.






    Offseason Moves:





    Team Needs:

    Wide Receiver: The Eagles appear to have a franchise quarterback. Now, they need to build around him. That involves finding a No. 1 receiver, as Jordan Matthews figures to be nothing more than a solid second option. I'm sure Philadelphia will consider Clemson's Mike Williams with Minnesota's first-round pick.

    Two Cornerbacks: Philadelphia's defense has some major strengths, but a big liability happens to be at cornerback. The Eagles' corners can't cover anyone. They need at least two new ones, so a first-round choice could be used on the position.

    Running Back: Doug Pederson played musical chairs with his starting running backs this past season because he didn't have any confidence in any of them. Ryan Mathews was the best of the bunch, but he's too injury-prone to be deemed reliable. The Eagles will have to use an early pick on a running back.

    Center: Jason Kelce has devolved into one of the worst centers in the NFL. The Eagles could use a second-day pick on a much-needed upgrade at one of the most important positions in football.



    Offensive Tackle: Jason Peters won't be around much longer, so once he leaves, Lane Johnson will move to left tackle, creating a hole on the right side. Besides, some insurance is needed just in case Johnson is suspended again.

    Defensive Tackle: Bennie Logan is a stout, run-stuffing defensive tackle, but he also happens to be an impending free agent who should be re-signed if the Eagles want to continue playing the rush well.

    Interior Offensive Line Depth: Stefen Wisniewski did a great job as a reserve lineman this past year, but he's an impending free agent, and he's good enough to start for someone else.

    Kicker: Caleb Sturgis is set to hit free agency in March.

  3. #15
    I like Corey Davis better than Mike Williams, the guy is tall, goes after the ball, great hands, and runs a 4.4 40. He's the next Damyrious Thomas

  4. #16
    you hire Phillyrocks to do your internet typing for you?

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    King Breather John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute John Gulbunney has a reputation beyond repute
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    Quote Originally Posted by e-five View Post
    you hire Phillyrocks to do your internet typing for you?

    A BART janitor in San Francisco who raked in $271,000 in a single year, based largely on overtime work, was captured on video disappearing into a storage closet at one of the stops and—at times- spending hours a day there.


    KTVU requested surveillance video to observe how Liang Zhao Zhang would spend his marathon, 17-hour work day. At one point, the channel reported that Zhang entered the closet twice in one shift, once for 54 minutes and the other for 90 minutes.

    Zhang said that he takes his meal breaks during that time. A spokeswoman from BART said Zhang was paid every day in 2015 because he “signs up for every overtime slot that becomes available.

    “He is likely working almost every day of the year cleaning our stations. He is signing up for the time that is also available to others – if he doesn’t take the hours, someone else will. The sign-ups are based on seniority,” she said.

    The San Francisco Chronicle reported that 49 other janitors made over $100,000 in 2015.

    Zhang reportedly was called “superhuman” for the amount of hours he put in, at one point working 17 hours for 18 days in a row in 2015.

  6. #18
    If white WRs are ok with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, they're ok with me.

  7. #19
    not sure why you guys even bother, you'll think whoever they draft is the best ever
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Gulbunney View Post
    Season Summary: 7-9
    The Eagles were the talk of the NFL when they began the year 3-0. Everyone was on the Carson Wentz bandwagon, but the wheels fell off following the team's bye. Lane Johnson was suspended for 10 games, which worsened pass protection. Constantly under siege, Wentz finally looked like a rookie. The good news, however, is that the Eagles seem to have the foundation of a perennial playoff contender.






    Offseason Moves:





    Team Needs:

    Wide Receiver: The Eagles appear to have a franchise quarterback. Now, they need to build around him. That involves finding a No. 1 receiver, as Jordan Matthews figures to be nothing more than a solid second option. I'm sure Philadelphia will consider Clemson's Mike Williams with Minnesota's first-round pick.

    Two Cornerbacks: Philadelphia's defense has some major strengths, but a big liability happens to be at cornerback. The Eagles' corners can't cover anyone. They need at least two new ones, so a first-round choice could be used on the position.

    Running Back: Doug Pederson played musical chairs with his starting running backs this past season because he didn't have any confidence in any of them. Ryan Mathews was the best of the bunch, but he's too injury-prone to be deemed reliable. The Eagles will have to use an early pick on a running back.

    Center: Jason Kelce has devolved into one of the worst centers in the NFL. The Eagles could use a second-day pick on a much-needed upgrade at one of the most important positions in football.



    Offensive Tackle: Jason Peters won't be around much longer, so once he leaves, Lane Johnson will move to left tackle, creating a hole on the right side. Besides, some insurance is needed just in case Johnson is suspended again.

    Defensive Tackle: Bennie Logan is a stout, run-stuffing defensive tackle, but he also happens to be an impending free agent who should be re-signed if the Eagles want to continue playing the rush well.

    Interior Offensive Line Depth: Stefen Wisniewski did a great job as a reserve lineman this past year, but he's an impending free agent, and he's good enough to start for someone else.

    Kicker: Caleb Sturgis is set to hit free agency in March.
    I like how the "team needs" are pretty much everything but QB

    (In b4 pp999 says they need a QB too)

  9. #21
    they have the foundation of a perennial playoff contender. They just need someone at basically every position.
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  10. #22
    The Falcons added 8 starters last offseason. The Eagles will do the same htis offseason under Howie

  11. #23
    if Carson Wentz was on the Falcons they'd go 4-12
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  12. #24
    so you're saying the rest of the Eagles are much better than the rest of the Falcons? thanks guy!

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