EaglesFanCast 62 – Panther Smackdown

The Philadelphia Eagles crush the Carolina Panthers 38-10 in a bittersweet win as we also lose our quarterback Donovan McNabb to a broken rib on a late touchdown run.  The Eagles make a lot of moves with some familiar names in the last day in response to McNabb’s injury. Jeff Garcia returns to the Birds, Michael Vick is activated so he can start practicing, and to make room, Guard Shawn Andrews is placed on the IR and Wide Receiver Hank Baskett is cut. An overwhelming news day, and we bring it all to you in typical Green style.

What we discussed:

  • Eagles rout the Panthers 38-10
  • New Defensive Coordinator Sean  McDermott called a great game and alleviated any concerns that he can lead this Defense through the year
  • Trent Cole looked amazing
  • McNabb’s injury play is debated
  • Quarterback Kevin Kolb didn’t impress (again) and he now has the opportunity of his young career this coming week against the New Orleans Saints
  • Email from Dennis from Gettysburg, PA
  • Brian Westbrook’s option was not signed by the Eagles today, leaving him a free agent in 2010
  • Jeff Garcia in, Hank Baskett out, Shawn Andrews out and Michael Vick activated
  • Sheldon Brown had two interceptions in a great performance
  • We talk further about the Saints coming to down this week

Link: Damaineman C.  Nidice – the new song, Eagles Fight: Fly or Die

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2 thoughts on “EaglesFanCast 62 – Panther Smackdown”

  1. Great show and what a scoop Eric gets from his daughters soccer game. We don’t need no stinking Sal Pallintonio.
    Hoping to have Hollywood Todd meet my pit mutt next week. She’s trained to go for below the knees.

  2. I think of Kolb plays a smart game then he’ll prove himself, even if he loses. As long as he completes about 60% of his passes, doesn’t make any stupid turnovers, and gets the ball in the endzone once or twice he’ll prove he deserves a chance.

    Now will that happen? Probably not. I’m ready for the Vick Era to begin.

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