Guarantee: Eagles in Super Bowl XLI

By Os Davis  |   Thursday, December 28, 2006  |  Comments( 10 )

Philadelphia Eagles
Maybe when we're watching Drew Brees complete long passes against Sandianapolis or Brian Urlacher repeatedly crushing the Raveriots quarterback in the Super Bowl, I'll blame this column on the bad influence of the Roy Williamses and Chad Johnsons of the world. Or maybe it's the Bill Conti music that has invaded my headspace since I broke down and...
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jerry stiglet
06:07 AM
phiplly couldnt beat the saints when they had donvan . and at the time people like u were riding high on them then saying they were the best team in football . wake up u and all other haters know thats the saints will whip anyone a-- in the nfc .and ladys and gentelman. your 2006 nfc champions the N.O. SAINTS .u sucker
10:52 AM
When I saw Jeff Garcia in the preseason playing for the Eagles I thought what a great pick up for back up QB, but I had no idea he would come up this big. I would like to see the Eagles or Saints in the SB, but a guarantee, yikes!
Assuming Philly can take ATL this weekend they will have won 5 in a row, Do they really have the ability to win 3 more in a row, to total 8 straight and go to the Big Game. I seriously doubt it! If so, Donovan-who?
12:23 PM
An Eagles fan, I would be happy to see them represent the NFC. They are arguably the hottest team in the league at the moment, but the Bears and the Saints will prove more formidable opponents in the playoffs. The Eagles will need to play mistake-free football to have a realistic chance; at the very least a hiatus on all their undisciplined defensive penalties.
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