The Eagles stink right now. The defense stinks. The coach stinks. The yet-to-be-hired defensive consultant stinks. Swoop stinks. And, perhaps most notably in this case, the offensive line stinks.

On Good Day Philadelphia this morning, Jason Kelce said he threatened to take down the “Time to go, Andy” banner that was displayed by Eagles protesters outside of the NovaCare Complex on Monday:

“No, didn’t get rough with anybody. We asked them to take it down, and we did say, if you don’t take it down, we might get out and take it down."

“But to all the people and the naysayers, and the critics and everybody, and the media that are bashing us, I don’t really got a lot of respect for them, but right now, we are out there just trying to get it corrected, and trying to be loyal to the head coach, right now.”


When asked about it on Twitter?

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There's an "N" in varmint, but whatever.

He also retweeted this:
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While the type of people who have the time and desire to stand outside the practice facility on a Monday afternoon may very well be “varmit,” I’d argue that they’re also the most hardcore of fans- the people who pay more than they can afford to attend games and support the team. And the fact of the matter is, for 12 years now, Andy Reid has let this city down. He’s been the one constant amongst a myriad variables. If people want to call for his job? Then that’s their right to do so. Here's my banner. Ready, Jason? More people will see this than the banner on Pattison:


There you go, tear that down.

You see, J-Man, people are free to say what they want. You know that, right?

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Thought so. Block someone.

[Angelo Cataldi had a similar rant on WIP this moring. Buzz on Broad has the audio.]