Offseason moves by Eagles NFC East rivals that made us laugh

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Did we mention that there’s no reason for the Eagles to fear the Giants?

Much of New York’s offseason hasn’t been so much about bolstering its roster as it’s been about clearing cap space and avoiding the temptation of tying themselves to players for the long-term, so they can create an ability to spend money in coming years and actually add marquee players then. The decision not to designate Logan Ryan as a June 1st cut was strange, but hey, if that’s what they want to do…

New York’s offseason has actually been worse than Philly’s. Their best signings have been Ricky Seals-Jones, Tyrod Taylor, and a longsnapper, Casey Kreiter. What does that tell you?

MetLife Stadium opened in 2010. It’s already a dump. The Giants are one of the NFL’s laughingstocks now, and that’s okay with us. Thankfully, the Eagles play them twice annually, so even though we normally wouldn’t do this, we’re going to go ahead and pencil those games in as guaranteed wins for Philadelphia in 2022.

Oh, and by the way, we hear Saquon Barkley may leave town. You can’t make this stuff up. If you’re ever frustrated by what Philly is doing, take a look at the G-Men. You’ll feel better in no time.