This was a great game. In a season full of turmoil, the week 4 game against the Kansas City Chiefs was an all time classic. It is a very enjoyable game to watch despite the fact that TO was still an Eagle.
Hollis Thomas was starting at DT, Keith Adams was the WILL Linebacker, Michael Lewis was the SS, Artis Hicks was the starting LG, Hank Fraley was the Center, Dhani Jones was the SAM LinebackerTodd France was the kicker, and Andy Reid took his love for passing the football to an all time high.
It’s sad to see Paul Grasmanis in this game, because it would be the last of his career. He leaves the field on a cart with a ruptured Achilles tendon.
One play that really stands out is where Jared Allen had a sure sack, but was unable to bring McNabb down. With Allen hanging at McNabb’s ankles, Donovan throws a strike to long snapper Mike Bartrum for a touchdown.
When L.J. Smith pretending to shoot an arrow into the stands I lost it. That was probably the coolest thing Smith has done as an Eagle. It was hilarious.
Shawn Barber had some interesting comments about the Eagles conditioning habits. By the end of the game his comments just looked stupid.
PARTING OF THE RED SEA
Topics: 2005 Eagles Season, Andy Reid, Artis Hicks, Brian Westbrook, Dante Hall, Dick Vermiel, Donovan McNabb, Hank Fraley, Hollis Thomas, Jevon Kearse, Kansas City Chiefs, Keith Adams, L.J. Smith, Larry Johnson, Paul Grasmanis, Philadelphia Eagles, Priest Holmes, Shawn Barber, Sheldon Brown, Terrell Owens, Todd France, Trent Green