November 30, 2005

Quote of the Day

"Nobody is asking for or expects blind faith. But if the only alternative is bitterness and outright anger because the team fell short of winning the Super Bowl, then frankly I have no idea why people bother following sports... My position is that no reasonable, thinking human being can make a defensible argument that firing Reid or changing quarterbacks would improve the Eagles' chances next year. I do think Reid has lost some of the benefit of the doubt he'd earned and that his moves warrant more scrutiny, but calling him a failure is just plain immature."
-Phil Sheridan, in the Inquirer, making a rare argument for sanity and perspective in the Philadelphia sports market. Posted by Stephen Silver at November 30, 2005 03:21 PM
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