Emmanuel Acho goes full scale Eagles during recent on-air rant

Emmanuel Acho #51, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
Emmanuel Acho #51, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images) /

He didn’t don the midnight green long. Two stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and 20 games with two starts would tell his NFL tale. Emmanuel Acho, however, has never been shy about tipping the cap to the NFL franchise that gave him an opportunity (or about making it known where his loyalties lie).

These days, the former linebacker is an analyst and one of the hosts of FS1’s highly-popular Speak, only with Joy Taylor, Dave Helman, and Philly’s all-time leading rusher, LeSean McCoy, and as you might imagine, the Birds earn mentions from time to time.

Acho decided to put a little respect on their names this past Monday.

No one connects the dots like Emmanuel Acho, and in a recent Eagles-centered take, he’s done it again!

If you’ve followed Speak, formerly Speak For Yourself for a while, you’ve no doubt seen Emmanuel Acho ride a few rants and beat metaphors and similes into submission. This past Monday, three days ahead of Thanksgiving and one day after the Philadelphia Eagles escaped a Week 11 test versus the Indianapolis Colts by the hairs of their chinny chin chins, ‘Ach’ was at it again.

This time, he compared the NFC East’s best team, one that keeps finding new ways to win to… Well, we don’t want to spoil the surprise. You have to give this one a look for yourselves…

Do you see what we mean? There’s only one Emmanuel Acho, and there’s only one Speak. We tune in daily at 4:30 pm EST. Having two Eagles on the panel is all that we need to talk us into doing so.

They say “Once a Raider, always a Raider”. We respectfully borrow that phrase and make it our own…

Once an Eagle, always an Eagle. Sure, there are a few exceptions, Jason Babin being one of them, but Emmanuel Acho and Shady are alright with us. They always have been. They always will be!

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