What more do you expect from Fox?
Ty Hildenbrandt, writing for FOXSports.com, brags about how he went to Eagles camp and tried to stir up the faithful by asking about Terrell Owens:
"The plan was simple: Rev up the rowdiest, most passionate and oddly dressed fans at training camp by talking about some very general football topics, and when they least expect it, pounce like Jim Gray with a flurry of provoking questions about Terrell Owens. And then when tempers start flaring, well, push even harder. The idea was bulletproof."
Then after several quotes from fans that seem to show how miserably his "plan" failed, he adds this:
"Yes, Eagles fans have a stigma of being obnoxious and vicious — they booed Santa Claus and jeered at an injured Michael Irvin — but they're easy to commiserate with. Without a Super Bowl victory, the fan base for the city's most popular team has been relegated to the role of the drunken, desperate guy at your local bar that waits for a stray glance from pretty women."
OK, start with a bad premise and then trot out the old cliches. Nice work, Ty. Way to stretch those intellectual muscles.