The defending Super Bowl Champions certainly aren’t playing up to their reputation as the race for the playoffs takes shape. Instead, they’re playing like their 4-5 record…especially in the first quarter. What’s confusing is that there doesn’t seem to be any real reason behind their worryingly low production in the opening 15 minutes of play, […]Read more "‘All the small things’ are destroying Eagles first quarter offense, but is it too soon to turn the lights off?"
The Eagles offense isn’t exactly firing on all cylinders right now. A 20 point outing against the Cowboys at home in a prime-time game highlighted just how many holes have opened up in Pederson’s previously high-flying unit. This has caused a lot of people to point to the recent success of Frank Reich and John […]Read more "Just how badly are the Eagles missing Reich and DeFilippo?"
That didn’t go as planned. Was that a statement describing last night’s loss to the Cowboys or one describing the entire season? Who knows, but the Eagles came up short in their second most winnable game so far this season and it has dented their hopes of a repeat massively. Here are ten thoughts on […]Read more "The morning after: Ten thoughts on Eagles loss to Cowboys and what it means moving forward"
Caught up in all the hullabaloo of the Golden Tate acquisition, two Philly rivals were also active around the trade deadline. The Eagles weren’t the only NFC East team to make a big wide receiver acquisition in the trade market. In a move that reeks a little of desperation, the Dallas Cowboys sent a first-round […]Read more "Eyes on the Eagles rival: Can Cooper replace Dez in the Dallas offense?"
They say how you act in times of adversity will show your true character. If that really is the case, then this may be the biggest game so far in the young career of Rasul Douglas. When Ronald Darby went down with a horrible injury in the opening fixture against Washington last year, it paved […]Read more "Sunday’s clash with Cowboys will be the biggest game of Rasul Douglas’ career"
There’s no such thing as a quiet week in the City of Brotherly Love and for the Philadelphia Eagles, it was filled with confusion. Liam Jenkins breaks down all things Sproles related ahead of Sunday night’s clash with Dallas. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST ON iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-outside-insider-podcast/id1120847683?mt=2 Do you have any questions or business […]Read more "LISTEN | Let’s talk about the Elephant in the Eagles locker room"
It’s officially Dallas hate week in the City of Brotherly Love and there’s a keen sense of anticipation for Sunday Night. Can the Eagles explode off of their bye week and put the final nail in the coffin for the Cowboys 2018 season? If they are to do so, winning these matchups will be key. […]Read more "Five matchups to watch in Eagles primetime clash with Cowboys"
Let’s turn back the clock to a much simpler time; July 8th to be precise. It was the NFL offseason and Darren Sproles had written an article on his own website declaring that he was going to play one more year and fans were elated. One of the best dual threat backs in history who […]Read more "It’s time to talk about Darren Sproles and some worrying roster mismanagement by the Eagles"
Being traded can be difficult, especially in the heart of the season. Moving your family to a new city on top of having to learn a whole new playbook, terminology and build chemistry with the players around you, it’s a lot for any player to handle. Even with all of that on his plate, it […]Read more "Coaching staff encouraged by Golden Tate’s progress ahead of his Eagles debut"
I want to take you back to 2017. Prior to the NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles opted to make a trade with the Baltimore Ravens, bringing in a defensive tackle by the name of Timmy Jernigan. The idea? To replace Bennie Logan with a run-stopper with an incredibly high ceiling who can play his way to […]Read more "With a return on the horizon, Eagles DT Timmy Jernigan has to ‘prove it’ all over again"