Here’s the Billboard Ad David Akers Put Up on 95

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David Akers just Tweeted out a picture (proof) of the billboard ad he put up along 95.

Thanks, David.

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29 Responses

  1. I’ll always love him. wish he could’ve gone out on a better note, but i dont care, he gave us more points than anyone throughout twelve years.

  2. Isn’t he having some sort of financial difficulties? There was an article in the Inquirer earlier this off season about that. I like the gesture but shit like this is why athletes go broke.

  3. @Larry, also single-handedly landed us in the playoffs on many occasions. Knock his whole career with high percentages for one bad game. Douche.

  4. That man is a class act all the way and always has been. Bon voyage Akers. You get nothing but respect from me my friend.

  5. larry, how did akers make riley cooper not make that catch in the end zone? was he jumping up and down distracting him or just yell ” HEY RILEY” right before the ball got to him? weird, i was at the game and must have missed it. go drink some bleach ya turd.

  6. to Larry – you giant – A HOLE – did you happen to notice that on 3 of Aker’s FG attempts in that game the Birds were stopped 3rd-and-1, 3rd-and-1 and 3rd-and-3 ?? huh dooshbag
    what about Asante “ole” Samuel burned for 2 TDs, got lucky on the 3rd when the receiver dropped a sure TD — and he was useless on several crucial 3rd-down plays were he ducked tackles that could have stopped drives …not too mention Vick’s final pass that was putrid..go away you effing dope

  7. Dave is the only player that showed up EVERY game. He single handedly won us game after game after game and was a true blessing in Philly! #2 FOREVER.

  8. He’s having financial difficulties because of the countless time and money he’s donated to organizations. Along with that, he’s been taking his daughter who was thought to have cancer(which he found out right before the GB game and STILL showed up) to the best hospitals and doctors. You should all be ashamed of yourself judging him without knowing his story. This was an honest display of love.

  9. As someone who didn’t grow up in the US I’ve always been horrified by the small amount of vacation days allotted to American employees. How is anyone supposed to function properly on only two weeks of downtime a year? Marketplace recently asked me to look into the topic of so-called ‘unlimited vacation’ policies – that’s when a company essentially says, ‘You can have as much time off as you like, just as long as you get your work done and clear it with your manager.’ On the surface policies like this sound like my idea of heaven, as I believe strongly in a good work/life balance, I love to travel, and I’m self-disciplined. But as you’ll hear in the piece, how well the policy works depends on the company that institutes it. I communicated with several employees who worked or had worked at companies with an unlimited vacation policy, who didn’t like it.

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