Watch Eagles star Dallas Goedert beautifully erase the sins of his father

Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports)
Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports) /

These past few years, it’s been beautiful to see the efforts made by so many people to gain a better understanding of others. There’s still work to do, but for the most part, better efforts are being made to educate ourselves on how we can extend a helping hand to those who look different or share another belief system. Here’s where those efforts will always fall short. The many members of the Philadelphia Eagles Nation will never tolerate or love their rivals in the NFC East. Dallas Goedert is doing his part to make sure that’s always true.

Just in case you’ve forgotten, the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, and Washington Commanders are the enemy. ‘Commanders’ is a stupid nickname by the way.

Yes friends, hate springs eternal, so much so that when our Dallas, Number 88, was drafted, he was affectionately referred to as ‘Philly Goedert’. We just couldn’t

Fear not. If you’ve ever wondered if your favorite Philadelphia Eagles stars are genuinely connected to the fan base, you can certainly check that box for Dallas Goedert. He’s one of us. We’ve always liked him, but in a recent sitdown with John Clark on his Takeoff podcast, he endeared himself further as he washed away the sins of a father.

You’re going to love him after this.

There’s been no word of a potential name change, but stay tuned. We’ll keep you posted should anything happen on that front.

We’ve made a decision just four years in. Dallas Goedert must retire as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.

As far as his work on the gridiron goes, Dallas Goedert could be in for a monster season. He entered camp for the first time as TE1 now that Zach Ertz is continuing his career in Arizona with the Cardinals. He has no weakness in his game (if he’s past what, at one point, was a bit of a fumbling issue).

No one knew this guy could block when he entered the league. He wasn’t asked to do that much while cutting his teeth with the South Dakota State Jackrabbits at the NCAA level, but he’s developed a reputation as one of the game’s best blocking tight ends. 88 has a set of hands too. Everyone knows that.

In short, we’re watching one of the best tight ends in the game, but he’s more than that. He’s an Eagle through and through. Heck, after watching this interview, Dallas Goedert is the type of man you’d want to marry your daughter (if you have one).

The blood flowing through his body isn’t red once exposed to oxygen and it hits his skin’s surface. It’s tinged with a hint of midnight green. We’ve seen guys don the Eagles jersey before, and it felt like they were mercenaries. They were never Eagles.

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We’re sorry Jason Babin… You didn’t make the cut, but in the case of Dallas Goedert, the opposite is true. Place him on the next anniversary team, along with Zach Ertz, and we’ll run some 12 personnel. After four years, we’ve determined that we’d have no issue with him retiring as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.

What’s that? We’re being emotional? Perhaps you’re right, but just in case it needs to be said again, here’s your reminder. Any enemy of the Cowboys is a friend of ours, with the exception of the Giants and Commanders of course.