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 Who Will the Eagles Miss Most?
Since the first half of the Eagles game is fresh in my mind, I wanted to make one critical point. Sure, it is the first preseason game, but the Eagles miss Ike Reese more than any player at this point. The special teams gave up a punt return and a kick return for touchdowns in the first quarter, and looked awful throughout the game. He was the heart and soul of the special teams, and an all around great guy. I liked Ike, and was sorry to see him go, and wish he was still here, but Atlanta gave him the shot to be a starter which the Eagles could not do.

On a big positive, Reggie Brown looked really good in his first game against the Steelers first team defense.

Even though it is preseason, it is nice to watch football again.

Posted by Paul @ 9:55 PM 3 comments