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The Noid last won the day on June 15 2016

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  1. Here's how I think this went down: Peters wanted to be a starter, but no starting offers at tackle came up. Maybe a few "compete for the job" opportunities were out there, along with salary that would reflect that, so he wasn't keen on them. And the Eagles weren't looking to bring him back as a starter because they have to commit to Dillard at this point. So with no starting role available, Peters probably just decided to wait and see if the Eagles got a better look at Dillard and panicked, or another team had an LT go down that needed a starter to step in ASAP. But then Brandon Brooks went down and it gave him two things he still wanted: a starting job and staying in Philly.
  2. I opted out, too. They confirmed 7/15 was a solid date and the only chance to do so (unless all fans wind up not being allowed) and that it was all your seats or none.
  3. I think Jackson's next moves will dictate what the Eagles do. Show maturity and contrition and they don't cut him (still might suspend). But if he doesn't treat it seriously or worse, doubles-down (a la Janoris Jenkins) on it, then he's gone. After a rambling/vague Instagram apology (with a clearly PR-team written apology chaser), there's now this, which doesn't bode well for the maturity and contrition angle.
  4. I think Jackson's next moves will dictate what the Eagles do. Show maturity and contrition and they don't cut him (still might suspend). But if he doesn't treat it seriously or worse, doubles-down (a la Janoris Jenkins) on it, then he's gone.
  5. Eagles released statement, summarized as: That was bad. We're still considering what to do.
  6. It boils down to this (which also could describe the Brees thing a few weeks back): Dumb thing to post that he was probably ignorant to the full meaning and context? Probably, and it's fine to give him the benefit of the doubt that's all it was, and not something deeper/hateful. Should that make him unaccountable? Nope. TBD what that accountability will be...
  7. I think the current climate works specifically against those football/roster logistics. They may want to make a statement that shows it's bigger than the game of football. Maybe they play it down the middle and suspend him for 2 games (which gives him 2 less games to possibly pull a hamstring in!)
  8. I don't think "We messed up how we handled something similar 7 years ago so we are obligated to handle it the same wrong way now" is the best approach for the team to take. The Cooper thing was a stain on the org that still lingers (even without/before this Jackson stuff). I 100% believe they wish they had a do-over on that (and probably a dozen other things they mishandled during the Chip Kelly era.) I think it's 70/30 he gets cut/stays.
  9. Yeah, I'm debating the same. Wish they would give us longer than 8 days to decide, or give the option to opt of some but not all my seats.
  10. Denzel Mims calls Philadelphia a “dirty ###, trash ### city.” Uh oh. He just made the list.
  11. Probst is going to host Survivor until he dies, or it's cancelled.