Interesting facts about the philadelphia eagles
Meet the Philadelphia Eagles by Zack BurgessI would like to start with a couple of disclaimers.
1. I am not a child. I havent been one for some considerable time. I am however a British adult who has only recently got into (American) Football having given up fighting my brothers attempts to get me interested a few years ago and, since attending 7 live games in the London International series, I have now picked the Eagles as my team so am in the process of playing catch-up with their history and past players.
2. I read a review of this book in PDF format so I have no idea what the finished product will look/feel like. I am only able to comment on what I saw on my screen and the actual content rather than the overall technicolour finished article.
This is an incredibly short read. Well suited length for its real target audience but admittedly not quite enough depth for me which I knew it wouldnt be. What it did do however, which was the main point of reading it in the first place, was give me pointers enough so that I now have a start to begin my delving into my adopted teams annals. There was also a handy map, handy I say for the geographically challenged such as myself. I can hardly cope with my own country let alone someone elses! Oh and everyone one loves a spot the difference no matter how old! Theres not too much about the now in this book. But then again, I know what is happening at the moment with the Eagles. I know who the hot players are. Also, the stadium is mentioned but not actually named and there was no mention of the mascot, which was a shame really. Mascots are one of the best things about the sport and Swoop here is a cracking example!
Anyway, I digress. All in all, this ticked the boxes I wanted from it and left me with a list of things to look up. Job done. My thanks go to the Publisher and Netgalley for the chance to read this book.
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Two weeks is really too much time between games. How to pass the time? Cook, a backup safety, sacked Jim Miller and intercepted his replacement, Shane Matthews, deep in Bears territory to set up a Duce Staley touchdown in the conference semifinal game at Soldier Field. Cook had only two interceptions and three sacks the rest of his NFL career. McNabb won nine and Jaworski three. The Eagles had two interceptions in the wild-card loss to the Saints, but Bradley Fletcher and DeMeco Ryans are both out of the league. Last time they rushed for yards in the postseason was the loss to the Saints, when they had
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The Eagles are back. Super Bowl-bound for the first time in 13 years, the City of Brotherly Love is counting the seconds until Sunday's opening kickoff. Swoop on over for more facts about this signature franchise.
That will be a big moment for them. The Eagles drafted just five players for the second straight year. The only draft class in team history that was smaller was the four-player class back in The Eagles have taken just 10 players in the draft over the last two years, tied with the Titans for the fewest in the NFL. Excluding the Eagles, the 31 other NFL teams averaged
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