Couple has amazing Eagles Super Bowl wedding cake

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Couple has amazing Eagles Super Bowl wedding cake

For better teams or worse. In bad seasons and good. In sickness and in Super Bowl champions.

That’s how that goes right? Maybe at least for this couple.

Ron and his new wife Megan truly found a way to put the icing on the sweet, sweet cake of the Eagles winning the Super Bowl.

Literally.

They designed an amazing custom Super Bowl LII championship cake, complete with an entire layout of the "Philly Special."

Check out their incredible cake below, and congratulations to the happy couple.

We’re glad you guys have two things to celebrate this year. We wish you a lifetime of happiness and many more Super Bowl wins.

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The internet is laughing at these comments from Odell Beckham Jr.

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The internet is laughing at these comments from Odell Beckham Jr.

Someone come help this man out.

In comments posted on NorthJersey.com, Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. said some ridiculous things about which the internet is having a good laugh.

Here’s what he said Thursday:

I feel like there’s no way you can’t score a touchdown in every quarter, and one somewhere else. It just doesn’t seem unrealistic to me. I feel personally, I could score two touchdowns every game. I feel like Saquon (Barkley) could score two every game. There are other people on this team who could score every single game. That’s over 35 points. It’s just a matter of executing it and making it happen, really. But it doesn’t seem out of reach for me in my mind, I don’t want to win 24-21. I’m trying to win 52-18, whatever they score – zero. Nobody said it had to be close.

What?

Is Beckham talking about the same Giants offense that has scored 28 total points in two games and the same team that hasn’t eclipsed the 30-point mark for 34 straight games?

The Giants have looked awful offensively this season and the internet is having a good laugh at these comments from the outspoken pass-catcher. 

If the Giants continue to look like they did last week against Dallas, the Eagles' defense will be looking forward to the two meetings this season.

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Around the NFC East: Remember when we thought Washington was good?

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Around the NFC East: Remember when we thought Washington was good?

Each week, we'll take a look at how the Eagles’ division rivals fared the previous weekend and what they have upcoming. In Week 2, the Redskins came back down to Earth, the Cowboys get a boring first win, and are we sure Ben McAdoo was the problem in New York?

Here’s what happened, and what’s happening, this week in the NFC East:

Washington (1-1)

ICYMI: Despite having 2013 Pro Bowlers Alex Smith and Adrian Peterson (and the whole 20 yards he ran for), Washington made Andrew Luck look like it was 2014, losing to Indy 21-9. With a chance to get a leg-up in the division, Washington fell flat on their faces in a convincing defeat that can best be described as yawn-inducing.

Meanwhile, Washington’s miraculous 50-year streak of selling out home games came to an end, despite ownership claiming FOR YEARS they had a waiting list of over 100,000 suckers. Trump’s audit excuse is more believable. This franchise is a scam.

Also, the RB they used to call “fat” is out for the year

Spin: Remember last week when we thought Washington was good? Yeah, Washington isn’t good. The team they beat in Week 1 hasn’t scored since, and the vaunted Jay Gruden offense made Nick Foles' performance in Tampa look exemplary. 

This squad has some legit football players that will surprise a few teams this season (D.J. Swearinger, for example), but will end up producing more clunkers than not.

What’s Next: Vindication if Luck does the same thing at the Linc. Also, a visit from Aaron Rodgers which should send this team below .500 where they belong.

Dallas Cowboys (1-1)

ICYMI: It wasn’t the wildest of Giants-Cowboys matchups, with the most exciting play being a Tavon Austin Jaccpot-impression in the first quarter. Dem Boys slowly bled the Giants to death Sunday night, a 20-13 victory that provided a blueprint for how they’ll need to win games all year without a legitimate wideout; Zeke and Dak combined for over 120 yards on the ground, and Rod Marinelli’s D forced Eli into check-downs about twelve-billion times.

Spin: Dallas, who hasn’t been to a Super Bowl since 1996, beat a team that is now 4-16 in their last 20 games. Forgive me if I’m not planning the parade route quite yet.

Seriously though, it was a well-executed victory for Dallas in what was essentially a must-win; dropping to 0-2 with a home loss to a division rival would have put Jason Garrett in the unemployment line.

What’s Next: A trip vs. Seattle and the “12th man,” which isn’t a thing anymore now that the Seahawks are awful. 

New York Giants:

ICYMISee above. Eli had an Eli fumble. OBJ vanished. Saquon Barkley was their best wideout. I’m starting to suspect Ben McAdoo might not have been the problem.

Spin: The last time the G-Men were 0-2 was all the way back in 2017, when they watched their most awesome division rival win the Super Bowl, publicly embarrassed their franchise quarterback, fired their head coach in Week 13 and ended the year 3-13. So hey, things can only go up!

What’s Next: A battle of 0-2 teams in Houston. It doesn’t matter how many horrendous games Pat Shurmur loses. As long as he doesn’t have the guts to bench Eli, his job should be safe.