The Linc - LeSean McCoy Picks The Giants Over Patriots

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 01: LeSean McCoy of the Philadelphia Eagles speaks at the podium during a press conference for the FedEx Air & Ground NFL Players of the Year in the Super Bowl XLVI Media Center at the J.W. Marriott Indianapolis on February 1, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

LeSean McCoy begrudgingly picks Giants - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"I'm going to be honest," McCoy said, smiling a wan smile. "I really want the Patriots to win. But I feel like the Giants are probably going to win."

Sam Donnellon: Birds' Castillo in no-win situation
As bad as it was to be Juan Castillo last season - and only the calloused among us didn't feel for the guy - this season is an absolute no-win for him. If the Eagles' defense turns around, he will get little credit for it, even if he should. If it bombs again, he will likely be out of a job along with his boss.

Bob Ford: Sitting out another Super Bowl, Reid talks just tinkering
You don't want to hear this, and if you are reading a newspaper, feel free to throw it. If you are reading on a computer or tablet, it's better to just click on something else, maybe the 20 Hottest Professional Bowlers. In any case, you don't want to hear it, but the Eagles had horrendously bad luck when it came to turnovers in 2011. Balls bounced off someone's foot and went the wrong way. Passes glanced off helmets and shoulder pads and took the exact path - the only path - into a defender's hands. It added up. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg rubbed his forehead midway through the season and said, "We've had some strange ones."

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " The DeSean Dilemma, Redux
The view on what to do about DeSean depends largely on what your personal view of his future is.

Didinger: Doubts still remain about Castillo
Eagles players may insist keeping Juan Castillo was the right move, but saying the status quo was the best option is a lot of spin, says Ray Didinger.

DeSean Jackson is Eagles' next priority | The News Journal |
The Eagles’ options with Jackson range from letting him walk in free agency to retaining him for one year under the franchise tag, which would pay him close to $9.5 million in 2012. They could also use the tag to buy more time for negotiations, but the Eagles and Jackson have been down the negotiation road before and still haven’t made strides.

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