The Linc - Maclin & Jackson Don't Think Much Of Dunta Robinson

ATLANTA - SEPTEMBER 18: Jeremy Maclin #18 of the Philadelphia Eagles is tackled by Dunta Robinson #23 of the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on September 18, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. Robinson would be penalized for leading with his helmet. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Maclin/Jackson not happy with Robinson; Castillo speaks | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/18/2011
"He's two for two now," Maclin said. "Fortunately, it wasn't as bad as Jack's was last year. I guess we'll see what Roger Goodell has in store for him." Jackson didn't think too much of Robinson's hit on Maclin. "I guess that's what type of player he is," Jackson said. "He tries to go for the kill shot and things like that. He got a flag for it, so just glad Jeremy is OK."

QB Kafka shows he can play in loss to Falcons
Even when Michael Vick was knocked out of the game, and even with Vince Young hurt, the Eagles had a chance to beat the Falcons because of Mike Kafka.

Wrap-up: Falcons 35, Eagles 31 - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin had an all-time game, catching 13 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns. And yet, it was his drop of a Kafka pass on fourth down in the final two minutes that likely will stick with him, as a catch there would have extended the game and given the Eagles a chance to win it. The silver lining for Eagles fans is that any and all of last week's doubts about Maclin's health and ability to be a factor in the passing game should now be erased.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Tough Loss
TE Tony Gonzalez killed us. He was 7-83 with 2 TDs. He ate up Jamar Chaney and Jarrad Page. We must figure out a better way to cover TEs. I’ll check out the plays and see what went wrong. We have to give Matt Ryan and Tony credit on a couple. Gonzo is a friggin’ Hall of Fame player for a reason.

Howard Mudd Chestbumps with Shady McCoy
After scoring a TD in the second half of the Eagles game against the Falcons on Sunday Night Football, Shady McCoy did one of those mid-air bumps with offensive line coach Howard Mudd who then hobbled away with the help of his cane.

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