Philadelphia Eagles Vote For Pedro [VIDEO]
Bob Whalon | 03/28/14 | 8:52 PM EDT 0 Comments
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At first I couldn't figure out why the Philadelphia Eagles signed one of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL.  Then it hit me.  Vote For Pedro.

At first I couldn't figure out why on Earth the Philadelphia Eagles would sign Mark Sanchez.

After the Eagles chose not to re-sign Michael Vick, I figured there was no way that the Eagles could possibly sign another quarterback who is more turnover-prone than Vick.  Unfortunately, I was wrong.

The Eagles signed Sanchez to a one-year contract worth as much as $4 million, with $2.5 million guaranteed.  That's ridiculous money for a QB that just isn't very good.  Sanchez, 27, started 62 games for the N.Y. Jets and was 33-29 in the regular season.  He has thrown 68 touchdown passes, but also added 69 interceptions to go along with a 55.1 completion percentage.  Those awful stats come out to a pathetic 71.7 passer rating.  

Sanchez also makes three Pac-10 quarterbacks, including starter Nick Foles (Arizona) and fellow USC Trojan Matt Barkley, on the Eagles roster who played against Chip Kelly while he was at Oregon.  He also gives the Eagles three incredibly immobile quarterbacks on the roster.  I guess all those "experts" who said Kelly had to have a mobile quarterback to make his offense work, didn't know what they were talking about.

So why did the Eagles and head coach Chip Kelly sign Mark Sanchez?

Well it certainly wasn't for the eye-candy, since Kate Upton dumped Sanchez a while ago.

Obviously they just want to reunite the cast of Napoleon Dynamite.

Vote For Pedro!

 











































In this Article: MARK SANCHEZ | NICK FOLES | MICHAEL VICK | PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

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