Eagles Commentors Have the Third Best Grammer in the NFL, Some how

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Grammer in a comment sections is like a point system on “Who’s Line is it Anyway?”, everythings made up and the points rules doesnt matter. But among the grammer in coments on the news pages of NFL teams, Eagles fans are make some of the least mistake while the lowly Washington Redskin’s fans is predictably last. Only long comments was counted here,which would seemingly be more mistake ladden and a proof reading company Grammarly checked for “more than 400 types of spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.” Off of a 150 comments, Eagles fans only averaged 5.2 mistakes per 100 words while the league worst Redskins more than triple that. Cowboys and Giants fans notched a little over 6 mistakes per 100 different words on there web sites.

So good job guys I think. Them would certainly would find a different outcome checking comments here (and Philly.com), and I don’t know a single person who comments on the Eagles website’s news page. But at least they use splle chek.

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16 Responses

  1. I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt here and assume that all those mistakes were made on purpose. That, or you’re having a series of mini-strokes waiting for the Eagles to not draft Mariota.

  2. I wonder how long it took for Jim to write this. He probably had to keep checking to make sure his ‘funneh mistakes’ were actually mistakes.

    His first draft of this article was 99% correctly written for the first time ever.

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