Eagles fan brings out the bag of shame for '52 years of suffering'

Probably still Donovan McNabb's fault.

On December 26th, 1960, the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Green Bay Packers for the league championship. And it's all gone downhill since then.

With the 3-6 Eagles currently losing 31-6 to the 3-6 Redskins, enough is enough for this Philly fan. It's been 52 years, 30 losing seasons, Michael Vick is out, Michael Vick wasn't that good, Nick Foles makes Vick look really good, Andy Reid's days are so numbered that they've got bookmarks, and now you're about to fall to last place in the NFC East.

I still can't help but think that all of the blame falls on Donovan McNabb.

For this fan, is enough finally enough? I have a feeling that any fans that have stuck around for the majority or entirety of the last 52 years, there is never going to be a last straw. With a probable rebuild on the horizon, I hope they have the fortitude to go through a few more of these years.

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