Donovan McNabb Interviews Andy Reid About His 9-0 Team Because, Wow, What a Difference Three Years Makes

Andy Reid continued his habit of only doing interviews with people who will tongue his balls, when he sat down with DONOVAN MCNABB for FOX Sports 1 this week. It was, of course, a real hard-hitting interview what with Reid’s longtime pupil lobbing questions about his 9-0 football team, babies and Peyton Manning.

FOX didn’t post video yet, but credit to The School Philly for YouTubing this sumbitch.

8 Comments

  1. They don’t call it Faux Sports for nothing.

  2. #5 will always love you

  3. #1 Vick China Palace

    November 15, 2013 at 10:52 am

    What kind of hard hitting questions is someone supposed to ask Reid? Is your 9-0 football team just awesome or really awesome?

    Yeah, yeah, the Cowboys and Eagles are the best teams he’s played so far but you kind of have to, you know, lose a game before you can be criticized.

  4. The School Philly sucks. They still doubt Sandusky’s guilt.

  5. Is Andy shaving his head these days

  6. RangersYankeesNYGiantsFan

    November 15, 2013 at 12:15 pm

    The most winningest coach in Eagles history(Andy Reid) and one of the greatest QB’s in Eagles history(Donovan McNabb) are once again being disrespected by the most negative fan base in America(Philly fans).

    Come on Philly fans be honest,you guys know when the Eagles were making deep playoff runs it was an exciting time in your town.

    Just give Coach Reid and McNabb the respect they truly deserve.

    • Catch a damned pass

      November 16, 2013 at 2:34 am

      You’re a HUGE douche-nozzle and I hope that someday we meet in a hockey game so I can beat the piss out of you without going to jail.

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