Philadelphia Eagles: Why Do People Have a Problem with Nick Foles’ Success?

December 8, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I was 11 when Tom Brady burst onto the scene, taking a fairly unknown and unexciting Patriots squad to an extremely unexpected Super Bowl championship in 2001. With the defending conference champion Ravens and Giants, the Kurt Warner-led Rams, the extremely well-balanced Raiders and a Colts team led by the up-and-coming Peyton Manning being the talk of the NFL world going into that season, little was thought of the boring New England team. But when a young, previously irrelevant quarterback took the reins and turned a laughable dream into reality, New England Patriots fans were very happy.
At least I would think they were. After all, this kid came in with no expectations and not only breathed life into a franchise that desperately needed it, but gave them incredible stability at the most important position in sports. I mean, logically, that should make a fanbase happy, right?
I can’t say for sure because I am from Philadelphia, the one corner of the earth where logic fl...

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