Sunday, September 30, 2007


Winston Justice didn't exactly look like the Eagles future at left offensive tackle Sunday night. At least a future with promise. The Giants are a tough team to block, unquestionably. Osi Umenyiora, Justin Tuck and Michael Strahan all can bring it. But Justice knew that before the opening kickoff, and he still didn't put up enough of a fight. That led to five first-half sacks for the Giants, three by Umenyiora, who lined up opposite Justice. The pass rush totally disrupted the Eagles' offense, which was unable to score in the first half for the first time this season. The Eagles had just six first downs and 84 net yards, including 44 passing.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please someone go out and find the Real Eagles team, you know the ones that played last week and beat the pants off thier opponent. I truely believe that there is no way that the same team played the Giants last night. Its time to put the big cry baby, No. 5 out to pasture where he belongs. Put Kolb in and let him show No. 5 how a real player plays. Well there is always next year for hope of a great season. As for this year, write the season off, cause they will finish dead last. They really deserved that new stadium, a bunch of Million dollar cry babies.

October 1, 2007 at 12:26 PM 

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