Friday, September 26, 2014

It's Friday, Time to Dance

I love Chip Kelly. Don't get it twisted. The Eagles are legitimately good, thanks in large part to Kelly, and reading things like this only makes me love the guy even more.

But let's be honest. It's going to take a little while before we really, truly know Chip Kelly the way we did Andy Reid. Fourteen years a the helm with unprecedented success in franchise history to go along with five NFC championships and a Super Bowl appearance make Andy Reid part of the Philadelphia foundation, no matter what your feelings are or were on the man.

So it's always fun to see Andy's light side, like his victory dance last weekend after his Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Miami Dolphins.

I'm not going to lie, I find myself rooting for Andy even now that he's left Philadelphia. Sure, he drove me crazy on the regular, but he also was an excellent coach and seemingly a very good guy.

I wouldn't trade Chip for him or anything, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss the guy from time to time.

Friday, September 19, 2014

It's Friday, Time to Dance

Darren Sproles has played hero for the 2-0 Philadelphia Eagles two weeks in a row, and he's rightfully getting a lot of love for it.

He's getting so much love, in fact, that his highlights are set to the Mario Bros. theme.

Friday, September 5, 2014

The Fascinating Life Of Ichiro Suzuki

The Fascinating Life Of Ichiro Suzuki

It's Friday, Time to Dance

The Chicago Bears are getting a lot of attention heading into their first game of the 2014 season this Sunday and for good reason. With an offense that includes perhaps the best wide receiver duo in the NFL in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery in addition to Matt Forte in the backfield, Jay Cutler and the Bears should score lots of points.

Given the hype, it's only right to reminisce on that time Walter Payton and Williams "The Refrigerator" Perry old-schooled rapped together.

Holy crap, I can't wait for Sunday.