• September 29, 2022

Video: Andy Reid & DeSean Jackson Lead The Post-Game Locker Room Celebration

Warning:  You will hear audio immediately when you check out this video.   Here’s a post game celebration in the Eagles locker room after their 34-24 win over the Houston Texans.  Head Coach Andy Reid is assisted in leading the celebration by star wide receiver DeSean Jackson.

They award a game ball to kicker David Akers, who set a team record for most games played by an Eagle.  He came into the game tied with Brian Dawkins for the record.  Akers gives a brief thank you comment.

Eagles quarterback Michael Vick finishes things up by talking about how sweet it was to win this football game and how much he believes in this football team.


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December 3, 2010 10:12 am

Again big win! And i love the fact that vick is right in the middle of it all lol. But the damn defense has to step it up. They cant be letting up so many points all the time. We cant outscore everyone

December 3, 2010 10:55 am

dawk agreed but Houston has a good offense. They put up a lot of points against almost everyone they play. So with all the injuries holding them to 24 points was actually a good thing. The one thing I didn’t like was that long 3rd quarter drive. But besides that, they played decent given the circumstances and the opponent.

December 3, 2010 11:58 am

Eagles turning it around after the wrenching loss to the Bears was impressive

December 3, 2010 12:00 pm

One thing that is really scary is that Red Zone defensive statistic –last in the league ain’t gonna cut it in the playoffs and just may catch up with them against Dallas and NY

December 3, 2010 12:23 pm

the best part of that was “see ya wed”. they get the rest they need so badly.

things i dont like….. Im not trying to harp on this but thank GOD for vick because this D and O line isnt fooling anyone.

December 3, 2010 1:32 pm


December 3, 2010 4:21 pm

Dallas coming…Get ‘Em. Hey RCP who did you say Cowboys and Giants? Whaa haa ha ha them guys been bleeding boys worst than our defense, yeah the giants are a sack machine but they bleed points as bad as us. By the way laughing at the Cowboys and giants not you.

They fooling me becasue I seen them stop stop some of the top and most feared running backs in the league thus far. I see them bleed points at times and be a league leader in takeaways. Do you really expect this young Defense to stellarly stop the run and the pass, equally well? Okay I need to know what team in the NFL is doing that right now or has done it more than two straight games at a time.

Quick I am a genie and I will make your child either a master of words or math, choose one only. If you can’t tell by now I am trying to keep the faith in these youngings, LOL you make it hard though fellas becasue you put up a lot of good points (arrr I hate you 🙂 )

December 3, 2010 4:38 pm

Cowboys play Colts up in Indy (which is a must win for the Colts)
If Cowboys lose and not play so hot, you may see some personell changes along their O/Line,
QB, and Defensive Backfield in particular.
They are going to have to start finding out what they have in their young players at certain positions
as they move forward.. so It will be interesting to see how they look moving forward..
The Giants have gamve verrus the Redskins, McNabb has had good games versus the GIants in recent years and will need one this week. Giants are starting to get some OL back (D Diehl)
but are hurting at WR where Mannigham has been elevated to #1 WR until Nicks,Steve SMith return from injuries..This GIant/Redskins game could be a real low scoring 17-16 type of game, and maybe the Redskins can beat them up a llittle more ..

December 5, 2010 11:34 pm

Thanks for the warning about sound… that’s a nice touch to have on the website.