Colin Cowherd: “Currently in the NFL’s ‘Clown Club’ we have very predictable teams. The Jaguars, the Texans, the Bengals, Detroit, Washington Football Team, the Jets, and the Browns. Stop Browns fans, you made the playoffs one year and have been a tire fire for 25 years… You don’t have to be in the club forever, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were in the club and now they’re out of it. Washington just made the playoffs, but they’ve been a mess for 15 years, and let go of all sorts of good coaches and good players… There’s another team that is showing signs of getting into the Clown Club, the Philadelphia Eagles. There are five signs that you are moving into the NFL Clown Club. 1. You start to have a lot of power struggles in the front office, and a lot of ego. 2. Generally, over the last 7 or 8 years you’ve fired a coach – Andy Reid – who you look back on and go ‘he’s a lot better than the current coach we have.’ 3. The quarterback situation feels unsettling and handled poorly too often. 4. There’s an unhealthy level of arrogance despite brief success. 5. Increasingly, you’re not a great drafting team. So even though you’re a bad team with good picks, you miss on a lot of picks.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to Colin Cowherd list the seven teams in his NFL ‘Clown Club’ and explain why he thinks the Philadelphia Eagles are now the eighth team to join this elite fraternity of futility and incompetence.
Check out the video above as Colin details why the Super Bowl champs of just three Februarys ago are now one of the league’s biggest disasters.