Angelo Cataldi-Bot 2.0 needs his programming updated

You’d think the 94 WIP programmers in charge of keeping Angelo Cataldi-Bot 2.0 current would have given him a much needed software update after the Eagles won their first Super Bowl against the Patriots this past February.

Hook him up to the computer, download the latest patch to keep him churning for another year, and let’s at LEAST get some new, incorrect takes from this dinosaur.

Here is is assessment from last night’s loss to the Patriots. Bear in mind, this is the preseason. It means absolutely nothing.

Huh….wha? Didn’t the Eagles win a Super Bowl? Are we really turning on this team, this coach, TWO GAMES INTO THE PRESEASON?

Well, ok. Let’s be honest though, Angelo is a professional sports analyst. Maybe he’s seeing something that we’re not? Maybe we should be worried going into this year?

I’m sure Angelo didn’t share the same worries in the 2017 preseason, right? He, of all people, surely saw that Doug Pederson had this team trending in the right direction?

Let’s see what he had to say last year after the jump.

Almost a year to the day. Two years in a row Angelo shares his concerns over a meaningless game. OH NO, WHATEVER WILL THE TEAM DO NOW?!

Well if 2017 meant anything, they’ll win the Super Bowl in 6 months.

But surely, SURELY he had something else to share with his fans back in 2016, correct?

Yuck. The more things change the more they stay the same.

Time to be shut down, Angelo Cataldi-Bot 2.0. You’re now officially obsolete.

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