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Can Philadelphia Eagles repeat? 18 questions team must address in 2018 offseason

12 February 2018

And fun fact, Google: The Patriots is one of the most successful teams in National Football League history, with five Lombardi trophies to prove it.

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With their historic win, Philadelphia joins Boston, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles as the only US cities with a team that has won the Stanley Cup, World Series, NBA Finals and Super Bowl.

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Many Pats fans are having a tough time coming to grips with the loss, and hopefully they don't need to look up who the owner is (it's Robert Kraft, just in case you did, in fact, need to know) from now until Google gets the right answer up.

"I just think that The Patriot Way is a fear-based organization", Johnson said, via NESN. Do I think people enjoy and can say, 'I had a lot of fun playing there?' No, I don't. That's just the God honest truth.

Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson appeared on the Pardon My Take podcast this week and he dug the nail in a little deeper by accusing the Patriots of playing from fear, which is why they lost last weekend. Are they successful? Well when they go to interviews, they act like f-- robots. Hey, stop being a [expletive] head.

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The outspoken Johnson made his comments to Barstool Sports in an, five days after the Eagles upset the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

The 2017 version of the Philadelphia Eagles may go down as one of the biggest groups of characters who possess tremendous amounts of character. That's the case whether we discuss their humility, their efforts to improve the lives of others or the way they broke out "the electric slide".

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Can Philadelphia Eagles repeat? 18 questions team must address in 2018 offseason