Unfortunately for the Eagles, this photo was the highlight of a potentially damaging night after a 24-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday.
In his first game as a starting quarterback, Joe Webb outplayed
MVP candidate Michael Vick by going 17 of 26 for 195 yards and adding in a touchdown on the ground.
Minnesota’s defense blitzed and hit Michael Vick throughout the contest, holding Philly’s high-powered offense to just seven points through three quarters.
The loss locks the Eagles into the NFC’s third-seed for the playoffs. Also, they may face a potential meeting with the Green Bay Packers to open the playoffs.
The Eagles opened their 2010 season versus Green Bay with a 27-20 loss.
As for the gentlemen pictured above, it was a rough night for Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.
A stadium worker dumped snow into a seat nearby by the governor and placed a sign in the snow referencing his foolish comments earlier in the week, chastising all parties involved in canceling the originally scheduled Sunday tilt between the Eagles and Vikings.
Rendell embarrassed himself by calling up a Philadelphia sports talk show, stating that the country is a developing “nation of wusses” and also seemingly stereotyping Chinese people.
Governor, stick to the politics.
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