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Philadelphia Eagles Help Dallas Cowboys Win in Playoffs

Now I want you all to understand before further reading what I have to say.  I believe that this Dallas Cowboys team is the best we’ve seen in years.  From top to bottom they are hands down one of the best teams in the league.  I believe that Tony Romo and Wade Phillips have finally got over the hump and this team is ready to be a dominating team for years to come.

Last night the Cowboys played brilliantly on every level.  Their heart, talent, and intensity were unmatched by a good Philadelphia Eagles team.  I do believe though, that the Eagles beat themselves before the game even started.  There was a significant series of events that pissed off the Cowboys and I plan to recap them today.  So without further ado, here is how the Eagles beat themselves:

Spitting on the Star— Eagles blogger Dave Spadaro felt that he needed to video tape a voyage onto the field and spit on the Dallas Cowboys Star.  An emblem that has seen it’s share of abuse but is one of the most respected in the league.  The minute he did that he incited a riot.  That idiot did more damage than he expected, firing up a Dallas Cowboys Team that has Super potential.

DeSean Twitters— DeSean Jackson has been virtually shut down by emerging cornerback Mike Jenkins.  This week DeSean Jackson thought it would be appropriate to talk trash on the team that had previously shut him down 2 times already.  Jackson said that Mike Jenkins had never shut him down and the Eagles were going to Sting the ‘Boys.  Didn’t work! Instead it warned Dallas to sharpen their stingers and they stung.

McNabb Dancing— Walking onto the field last night, McNabb—cocky as ever—felt it appropriate to start dancing and jump at and scare a fan on the other side of the glass.  It was McNabb who started laughing and took it all as a game.  Well McNabb? We have the last laugh.  Game Over.

We’ll be back with a full break down and analysis of this game as well as the matchup with Minnesota next Sunday at noon.

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  • Bryson Treece

    All I can say is that Karma is indeed a bitch. That spitting incident happened before the week 17 game, so since that happened the Cowboys have shut them out, and blown them out. You just can't do that kind of stuff in the NFL, it always comes back to bite you in the ass.

  • Spencer

    I think McNabb's pregame antics belied his fear of that game. That video of his air guitar moves seemed to me like someone who needed to pretend that he was loose. It was staged. He was afraid, as was soon evidenced by his on-field play.

    • dcnation

      I agree. Even Aikman and Buck commented about how nervous he looked because he did that coming out of the locker room. I think that was the biggest indicator of just how big of a game that was for them, the fact they were as nervous and had so much pressure to win based on the two regular season games against Dallas.

  • mr cod 23/chitown

    Great article. Revenge is a bitch, and they got fucked!
    C u next year ieegals!

    • Bryson Treece

      It makes me wonder exactly what next year will be like between Dallas and Philly. I mean, you know there will be personnel changes in Philly based on the way that they were handled by Dallas.

  • drew

    yeah boy we did the dancing that night…we DANCED all over there ass and sent em packin. Good bye lil buddy!

  • Bryson Treece

    And for my favorite moment of the game—The fans in Cowboys Stadium singing loudly, "Hey, Hey, Hey, Goodbye!" That was priceless.

  • kevinjax

    I watched Andy Reid's Monday press conference. And I've seen a lot of coaches lie and/or deflect questions because they aren't exactly sure what they're going to do, but it looked to me like McNabb may be gone next year. They like Vick and Kolb.

    • Bryson Treece

      I didn't happen to watch it, but I seriously doubt that's going to be the case. McNabb is a comfortable fit in Philly, and he's still good at what he does. They lost this year because their rushing attack fell wayward and their defense just couldn't hold up when the rush-less offense was three-and-out repeatedly.

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