By Peter Gleason

Let’s be honest.

As good as the Eagles have been this season, that’s how bad “Eagles Postgame Live” has been.

The NBCSP show used to offer experts like Seth Joyner, Ed Rendell and Ray Didinger.

They all fell away, for whatever reason.

That left us trying to watch and listen to:

Michael Barkann, who must be paid by the decibel.

Barrett Brooks, who must be paid by the cliche — “dot the I’s and cross the T’s”!

Reuben Frank, who must be paid by the decimal point, no matter how meaningless the stat may be.

The exception is Ron Jaworski, the former Eagles Super Bowl QB and MNF analyst who isn’t afraid to criticize the Midnight Green.

Trouble is, you have to pay attention when he gets to speak, which means unmuting your clicker.

Well, now Didinger is riding to the rescue.

His 53 years of peerless observation about all things Eagles started at the Bulletin in 1970.

And he’s returning this weekend to “Eagles Postgame Live.”

And to WIP.

Thank God!

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