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FanHouse Preview: Eagles at Vikings
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Jan 2nd 2009 4:15PM by Will Brinson (author feed)
Filed under: Eagles, Vikings, NFL Fans, NFL Playoffs, NFL Coaching, FanHouse Previews.

It would not be bizarre of you to ask “How did the Eagles get here?” or, “Is this not Donovan McNabb’s wonderful house?” Well, the second question might be weird to say out loud. But, yes, it seems odd that the Eagles are in the playoffs. After all, they had one of those controlling destiny things going on as they headed into a game against the Washington Redskins in Week 16. The result, of course, was a serious choke-job that left them all but, um, left for dead.

Then they paddled the Dallas Cowboys to embarrass their rivals and sneak into the playoffs, despite some sort of weird conspiracy that was supposed to have them not play hard. Or something. Either way, how did this happen? A miracle, mannnn, that’s how.

Which is sort of the same thing that seems to be affecting Tarvaris Jackson recently, considering that he’s playing “not horrible.” Of course, it doesn’t hurt that he has Adrian “McFumbles” Peterson running the ball behind him, a beastly offensive line, and an even more beastly defensive line to keep other teams in check.

Anyone with any sense (you know who I’m talking about) is picking the Eagles to win, because, well, Brian Westbrook is amazing and McNabb can take a game over. Of course, the Vikings can stuff the run and McNabb can totally collapse, so maybe it’s not as clear cut as it might seem.Continue Reading

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