E-A-G-L-E-S, EAGLES!!!!!!!!!!!!

Source: Phillyfandom.com

Source: Phillyfandom.com

Yes indeed, I am a die-hard EAGLES fan!  That means, the Redskins suck, the Giants are fluke winners and the Cowboys are some bitches in my book and I will NEVER cheer for them!  I question a man who cheers for Dallas and I will kick a girl’s ass for cheering for Dallas just because the guys she’s dating is a fan.  I BLEED green and I always will!  I am from PHILLY and rep for my team all-year ’round.  I defend my Eagles and am proud to break out in song when they score (FLYYYY EAGLES FLYYYYY)!

So, now that we are all caught up on which NFL team I root for, it’s time to address all of you bandwagon/division haters out there.  Plain and simple, we were the only team from our division who experienced a playoff game this season and WE ARE the NFC East Champions!  What does this mean?  While your butt was on the couch watching OUR playoff game, you were trying to think of something clever to say in case we didn’t win.  It means that you were all in hiding while we went on to become 10-6 and didn’t resurface until you saw the Saints beat us by 2 points last night.  I am PROUD of my team and when we DO win a Superbowl (because it’s going to happen soon), I want all of you haters to unite so we can give you a stiff middle finger all at once!

CONGRATS to by BIRDS for a great season!!!!!!!!!!!  Keep on flying!!!!

“Before there was RG3, the NFL had RC1…” Randall Cunningham Reflects

Source: eagleone.me

Source: eagleone.me

Back in the day, I loved me some Randall Cunningham and even got him to sign his rookie card, which I still have by the way.  The #12 was my favorite as a young Eagles fan.  Those days of watching him play are long gone now, but NFL.com got him to sit down for an interview, to reflect on his career.  He’s now a pastor of a church in Las Vegas and recently turned 50 (hello, my fellow Aries)!  Even RG3 has a connection with #12 as his dad was a huge fan!  NFL.com reports:

So take a seat, kids. Put down your phones and listen up: A few decades ago, there played a quarterback who never made it to a Super Bowl and never made it to the Hall of Fame — but whose ability as a dual-threat signal-caller foreshadowed the trends shaping today’s game. His fingerprints are everywhere.

Sure, Roger Staubach was an amazing athlete as a quarterback. Yes, Bobby Douglass set a long-standing record for a running QB, notching 968 yards on the ground in 1972. True, Steve Young had legs that merited the respect of defenders.

But Cunningham … Cunningham was different. And today’s quarterbacks know it.

“My dad loved watching Cunningham, so when I decided to play football, all we did was watch his highlights,” Robert Griffin III said Tuesday. “We’d watch how well he moved in the pocket to avoid defenders and make plays — not just with his legs, but with his arm. He was one of the first true game-changers the league saw…”

“I’m so proud to see that I went through an era when it wasn’t popular to be an African-American quarterback,” Cunningham said. “Then, to see how things have turned around. It’s not about the African-American quarterback. It’s about the quarterback who has an ability to do everything.”

Check out his full interview and video on NFL.com by clicking the link below:

NFL.com Interviews Former QB, Randall Cunningham