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  1. So I happened to stumble across Eagles Free agent signings the past day. They signed Marcus Green, Logan Paulson and former Saints Safety Chris Banjo. I honestly wonder if these signings were an attempt to get access to playbooks. Do these sort of things happen? Also I find it rather convenient that NE basically got Clayborn on a one year rental. Did we send him there for inside information? Do players sell scheme and playbooks for side money? What's stopping a guy making 400k a year selling all the signals and playbook for 2 mil.Whats 2 mil in a multi billion dollar industry?
  2. The Eagles are a lock for 2nd place in the NFC East, even if they lose to the Redskins on Sunday. It's also looking like the Falcons are almost a lock for 2nd place in the NFC South as well, but there's still a scenario where we can finish 3rd but it's unlikely. Panthers would have to win in New Orleans against a Saints team who has already clinched home field advantage, so maybe they'll rest their players, AND we must lose to the Bucs. This would make the Panthers 7-9 and would make us tied for 3rd at 6-10 with the Bucs. It's impossible for the Falcons to finish 4th, which means Matt Ryan still hasn't and won't be finishing last in the division since he's been our QB. The Saints, Bucs, and Panthers have all been last at some point in Matt Ryan's career with the Falcons. Right now, it looks like this will be the 5th season in a row the Falcons face the Eagles including the playoffs and the 15th time out of 18 seasons we face the Eagles, more than any non-divisional opponent in our conference.