Originally Posted by Reality
As the Eagles’ season goes from bad to worse, they’ve now lost one of their top offensive playmakers.
DeSean Jackson, the wide receiver who guaranteed a Super Bowl when he signed a new five-year contract in March, will miss the rest of this season with fractured ribs, coach Andy Reid announced today. Jackson leads the team with 45 catches for 700 yards, so his loss will be yet another blow to an offense that continues to struggle.
Reid said Jackson’s injury will take about six weeks to heal and shouldn’t affect him during the offseason. (Reid, of course, will have no role in anything Jackson does during the offseason, as Reid is sure to be fired when this season ends.)
This game would be more entertaining if they would have a 15 round boxing matching between both head coaches which would probably end in a draw with fatty walrus chasing skinny Redtop all over the ring. The winner gets a new coaching job with KC. Afterwards fill the ring with jello or mud and let the Dall and Phili Cheerleaders go at it until they are all topless.
Now that is real bang for your buck entertainment than what we have been getting.