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    Word out of Philadelphia is that season ticket holders of the 76ers have convinced the NBA to move one of their games that coincides with the same date of the NFC Championship. Can we say jinx?

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    Re: Eagles already planning for NFC Championship

    I think so, but sends a messge out I suppose.
    The Breakfast Club. You want cheese with that?

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    • #3
      Re: Eagles already planning for NFC Championship

      It's ok, they won't ask anyone to move dates for the super bowl lol

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