Friday, September 5, 2008

Predicting the 2008 Eagle Season In 10 Ways

As kick-off for the 2008 Eagles season is now less than 2 days away, here are 10 things I foresee unfolding for our Eagles this year. And no Dave Spadaro did not help me write this...
  1. McNabb stays healthy for the entire season. Yep, all 16 games. McNabb returns to the Pro Bowl and finishes in the top 3 of the league MVP voting.
  2. By Week 8, the full-time starting WRs will be DeSean Jackson and Kevin Curtis. Reggie Brown is the top #3 WR in the league.
  3. DeSean Jackson will exceed 50 catches and 500 yards this season.
  4. Quintin Demps will have more return TDs than DeSean Jackson.
  5. Lorenzo Booker will disappoint, ending our hopes of a return to the 3-headed running attack (days of Buck, B-West, and Duce). Booker just seems too easy to bring down.
  6. Lito Sheppard will have more interceptions this year than Asante Samuel. Sheppard is then traded in the off-season.
  7. Akeem Jordan ends up replacing Chris Gocong as a starting LB.
  8. Eagles sweep the Redskins, get swept by the Giants, and split with the Cowboys.
  9. Mike Patterson, Sheppard, McNabb, Westbrook, and Cole all make the Pro Bowl.
  10. Howard and Clemons both have more sacks than McDougle this year.
  11. Bonus: Eagles beat the Cowboys on December 28 (in the snow) for the NFC East crown and finish the season with a 10-6 record. And once the playoffs start, well who knows?!?

2 comments:

ggaryy said...

right on!!

jthomas said...

Who ever would of thought that Brown would be the best at something..haha!