All it takes is one bad loss to the Dallas Cowboys and the Delaware Valley is in utter chaos.
First we had Howard Eskin naming Alshon Jeffery as Josina Anderson’s source. Anderson COUNTERED, saying Eskin is full of baloney. Then we listened to Jeff McLane shade Eskin in the middle of Doug Pederson’s press conference.
Now Mike Missanelli is jumping into the fray with these comments made about Eskin during the second hour of today’s show:
Mike: Here’s the backdrop of this whole thing. Everybody who is in the media who works and covers the Eagles can’t stand the fact that a part-time media member and full-time water boy is on the sidelines reporting for the radio broadcast. This part-time radio host who has a one-hour radio show on some other station at 5 a.m. on a Saturday, apparently reported that Alshon Jeffery was the mole. So, I guess that rankles people who are covering the team, who don’t like the guy anyway. So McLane tried to cause a little stir with Doug in the press conference by addressing it, right? We have the audio of it?
(they play audio from the presser)
Alright, he (Pederson) didn’t know what to say and I don’t know why the question was asked anyway, other than they have an axe to grind with this guy who is on the sidelines who likes to think he’s part of the team and is used to getting people water, team members, since his high school days. I don’t understand the point of it. If you have a problem with the guy, go up to him. Go up to him, you know? Bark in his face if you got a problem. Now he (McLane) is making the connection that this particular guy works for the team, therefore the comment he put out there about Alshon being the mole is actually endorsed by the team. That’s what he’s trying to say. But it’s like they have an axe to grind because of it? I don’t know what the point of it was. The Super Bowl ring I can tell you, (Eskin) purchased it himself. He didn’t get a ring, he bought it. That’s how pathetic what we’re talking about here is. Plus, he doesn’t get paid for being on the sidelines. He just likes to be there to be included. That’s the level of patheticness we’re talking about here.
He’s not really a member of the team and it’s not endorsed by the team whatever he says. But he likes to think he’s part of the team. You can judge for yourself somebody buying a Super Bowl ring, thinking he was part of it.
Howard cannot sit back and take this. He needs to come out with a fiery retort. He needs to get on Twitter right now and throw a left hook at McLane and then come at Missanelli with an overhand right. Then he needs to put Anderson in a headlock.
Better yet, we could do a four-person Hell in a Cell match between Howard, Jeff, Mike, and Josina. The winner gets a one-year subscription to the Jelly of the Month club.
Here’s the audio: