Local Shop: “If Lesean McCoy Scores, Your French Fries Are 20 Cents”!

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One local food spot is using the Lesean McCoy tipping fiasco to good use.  Local food shop Union Taco is offering half-orders of its chorizo cheese fries for 20 cents every time Philadelphia Eagles running back Lesean McCoy scores a touchdown this season.  The offer is good on GameDay Sundays until 9pm when the food spot closes.  The regular price for the french fries are $2.50 so your paying only 8 percent of the actual retail price.  Sunday can not get here any sooner!


On Your Mark, Get Set, Eagle! Eagles Crush Redskins In Season Opener

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One up, one down. The Philadelphia Eagles start off 2013 football season with a 33-27 win over last season’s NFC East Champion Washington Redskins.

Going into the game Eagles fans were skeptical of the defense, but not only did Chip Kelly bring a jet stream style offense to our Eagles, so did his defensive coordinator Billy Davis. For the past two seasons defensive turnovers have been close to nonexistent. On Monday night our defense forced Washington into three turnovers, two interceptions and a fumble recovery.

The excitement of the possibility of a resurgent Eagles team that is both potent on offense yet gritty and hard nosed on defense is enough to make many Eagles fans loose their sense of reality. As the Birds savor this win and start to prepare for the San Diego Chargers at the end of the week our team is as good as we showed and also as bad as we looked in the second half. What makes reality so refreshing is that even with all the opportunities we didn’t capitalize on, our Eagles put up 33 points to 7 Redskin points before taking their foot off the gas late in the 3rd quarter. Optimism is a wonderful thing when there is evidence to fuel it. If the Eagles look this good on offense in game one and played dominant defense for three quarters of the first game, a month from now we could be watching one of the best teams in the NFL.

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