Thursday, July 2, 2015

Osi: "We should have beat" Eagles

I'm not sure if it's bulletin board material -- especially in June -- but Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora isn't sure the better team won when the Eagles and Giants met in an NFC divisional playoff in December. The Birds, in case you forgot, pounded New York, 23-11

Osi: "We should have beat" Eagles

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I'm not sure if it's bulletin board material -- especially in June -- but Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora isn't sure the better team won when the Eagles and Giants met in an NFC divisional playoff in December. The Birds, in case you forgot, pounded New York, 23-11

"It was a team we should have beat and it’s a team that if the opportunity arises again I think we will beat," Umenyiora said, according to Newsday. "I think this team in general has a mentality that we should have gone further than we did last year, that we should have actually been in the Super Bowl."

I think it's fair to say the Eagles and Giants will slug it out for the NFC East this season. I'm going to go out on a limb and say the Eagles and Giants will meet again this coming season.

Check back for updates from today's Eagles OTA when most of the entire team is expected to report (Sheldon? Sheldon?).

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