The Idle Rich Archive: November, 2010

Bears maul Eagles

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CHICAGO -- For those who believe in worrisome parts of football schedules, and trap games, and the pendulum of emotion that is the result of... Read more

Eagles vault into first place

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Too crazy to categorize. Too wild for words. The Eagles played a sloppy first half, leaving all kinds of points scattered in the red zone... Read more

Mikell: Killer instinct still top task for defense

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There is another side to a 59-28 victory -- the side with the 28 on it. For the Eagles' defense, it was an odd bit of business, sitting there... Read more

Video: Three big answers

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Video: The Daily News' Rich Hofmann talks about Sunday's showdown, the Eagles' Super Bowl chances and Sixers early season troubles with CineSport's... Read more

59-28!

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LANDOVER, Md. -- Two franchises passed each other in the night, rapidly if not necessarily permanently, because there is no such thing as permanently... Read more

Three big answers

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Video: Every week, CineSport's Noah Coslov turns to the Daily News' Rich Hofmann to get the answers to the three biggest questions in Philadelphia... Read more

McNabb throws no bombshells

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No shock: Donovan McNabb threw no bombshells at his weekly press availability Thursday morning. His benching at the end of the Redskins’... Read more

Cliff Lee: too much of a good thing

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I know this is probably a little bit counter-intuitive, but that's the mood I'm in today. And when the subject turns to Cliff Lee, and whether... Read more

A defense of NFL refs

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It is a lonely burden, but it is the life I have chosen. I am here to defend NFL officials. Whether or not you like the way the hit on Indianapolis'... Read more

Eagles corral the Colts

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They all mean the same thing, these NFL games. It says so in the standings every day. A win is a win, a loss is a loss, a tie is a tie, and... Read more