What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions

The Blast-Cast: Tales of Depression and Sorrow – The Philadelphia Eagles

blast cast header 07222014 meehan This is another installment in the Sports Blog Movement series which now calls Dubsism home. Tales of Depression and Sorrow takes a hard look at certain instances, or specific seasons which would make sports fans cringe in horror and pain, or expands on that to take a hard look at the long-suffering fans of franchises who have tortured their supporters for decades. Last year, we did an examination of Ryan Meehan’s tortures at being a fan of the New York Giants.

Now, we turn the tables, as it is Meehan’s turn to ask the questions; to probe J-Dub’s deepest traumas over years of being a Philadelphia Eagles’ fan. Only fun things can happen when a Giants’ fan and an Eagles’ fan get together; you can almost hear the knuckles hitting the teeth from here!

Click here to listen to or download the Blast-Cast (MP3 format)…The Blast-Cast is also available on Itunes. P.S. During the Blast-Cast, J-Dub and Meehan ask for your Tales of Sorrow and Depression. They say there is no story they won’t hear, but to be honest, they’ve already heard from far too many Chicago Cubs fans…

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3 comments on “The Blast-Cast: Tales of Depression and Sorrow – The Philadelphia Eagles

  1. Pingback: The Laws Concerning Having More Than One “Favorite” Team | Dubsism

  2. jbsptfn
    September 22, 2015

    Even though it took me a year to find it, I liked this podcast. It was enjoyable. I don’t know if the Giants would have been the ones in SB XV if the Miracle in the Meadowlands didn’t happen, though (unless they drafted Montana the next year, but even then, does he see the field by 1980, and would he have been as good in another system if he did?).


  3. jbsptfn
    September 26, 2015

    Also, a sidenote about Vermeil getting the Eagle job: There were rumors at the time that Frank Kush was going to take that job instead. I think that he was close to getting it.

    I also agree with your Cowboy hate, although it took longer because I didn’t start watching football until the early-80’s. I like the Broncos because of the Orange Crush D, but I also liked the 49ers, and I didn’t mind the Cowboys (I was dumb back then).

    However, I turned on SF in the early-90’s (and I hate them even more after finding the archives of the 49erhaters.com site), and I started to hate Dallas a little after that because they were anointed the Team of the 90’s mantra before winning a title. They also beat the overmatched Bills in two SB’s, and O’Donnell handed them a third ring. They also never played the best AFC team of the 90’s, the 96-98 Broncos.


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