What is up with this weather? Frank and Dave are doing their own impersonation of Steve Martin and John Candy in "Planes, Trains and Automobiles." (I'll let you decided which is which) And we're here building arks and weathering this deluge of rain. I swear there were salmon swimming in our parking lot.
Anyway let's get to the links, first from your newspaper for the South Sound, The News Tribune.
Here's Frank's game story which ran with the headline "Sudden-Theft Victory."
Never miss a local story.
Dave's column deals with Lofa Tatupu's three interception day. It was funny after Feeley threw the third interception to Tatupu and Moose Johnston tried to offer some reason why. "I, I, I just don't understand how he can't see him. Maybe he's invisible to him."
Let's head back east to Philadelphia — the city that once booed Santa Claus.
From the Philadelphia Inquirer...
The game story ran under the headline .... Crushing Throws. Here's a _quot_We_were_right_there_with_a_chance_to_scoreand_I_thought_we_could_get_it_inquot_.html">story on the Hawks' goal-line stand from the Eagles perspective. Here's the game notebook that leads with Donovan McNabb returning next week.
Columnist Phil Sheridan writes about the Eagles' play calling.
Columnist Bob Ford writes about Brian Westbrook and what could have been.
From the Philadelphia Daily News
the game story ran with the headline "Gift-rapped." Here's the game _Slowed_by_injuriesLito_stuggles_against_Seahawks.html">notebook.
Here's a look into some interesting numbers from the game.
Columnist Rich Hoffman believes Donovan McNabb will have to save the Eagles season.
Columnist Dana Petit-O'Neill writes about the play calling specifically not running Brian Westbrook.
Columnist John Smallwood writes about the dwindling playoff hopes for the Eagles.
Columnist Paul Domowitch writes about Lofa's big day.
Columnists Sam Donellon (jeez is everybody a columnist at the Daily News) writes about AJ Feeley throwing any chance of starting away.
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