By Harry Allison

Here’s a memo to all thew Sam Bradford-haters in the lame-ass media — you, Eliot Schorr-Parks, who mindlessly fulminates that Eagles quarterback is a failure and that the Birds should move on.

The Eagles top wide receiver, Jordan Matthews (above), strongly disagrees, as he expressed after the Birds lost to the Redskins Saturday night:

The way you start winning is, you gotta stay consistent with guys. You gotta get to work with guys you know and grow with people. I’ve learned so much about Sam, and Sam’s learned so much about me just over this past year. It sucks that we weren’t able to keep this thing going for this season. The reality is, we’ve got one more game, and that’s it.

But now I know that’s going to be my guy, and I want him to be my guy, and I wholeheartedly believe he has to be the guy moving forward. You’ve seen progression. You’ve seen how much better he’s gotten. You’ve seen the chemistry that he’s been able to build with me, Zach (Ertz), some of the other receivers.”