Here are Two of the Most Tone Deaf Emails You Will Ever See (From the Eagles and Michael Vick’s Reps)

Hey, the Eagles suck, but they aren’t above punching you extraordinarily hard in the dick today.

First, the team sent out an exclusive pre-sale announcement (to what is obviously the most poorly-targeted audience in history) for Taylor Swift’s concert at Lincoln Financial Field next July. Reader Matt sent this along: 

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This isn’t quite as bad as the Washington Nationals sending their fans a World Series ticket email the morning after they lost Game 5 of the NLDS in horrific fashion… but at least that was an accident. This email from the Eagles is about as tone deaf as it comes, especially when you consider that the rallying cry for Fire Andy has become Casey Conklin’s parody of Swift’s We Are Never Ever Gonna Get Back Together. If only the Eagles had a VP of communications or chief marketing officer to advise against this sort of thing.

A few minutes after that idiotic communication, Two Affix, an agency representing Michael Vick, sent out this press release:

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A $19.99 yearly-subscription to the mobile app for a quarterback who is going to be out of a job next year. Sweet.

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12 Responses

  1. Vick’s fans use burners that can’t run apps. Great move.
    Taylor Swift can definitely handle balls better than our offense right now.
    That is all.

  2. The Taylor Swift email went out to Steelers ticketholders last week and other cities. Irrelevant to the “state of the Eagles”.

  3. ERB in CLT, she’s already had a concert there in the summer of 2011- and I believe she sold it out in minutes.

  4. I guess Vick’s reps are hoping to land a few hundred or more suckers with more bucks than brains before he gets the chop after the season ends. Smart thinking, boys!

  5. I’m surprised Kyle hasn’t tried to trademark “dick punch” yet. He’s certainly trying hard to make it stick.

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