Following a disappointing year ripe with injuries to important players and shuffling at major positions, it would be easy for the Philadelphia Eagles to hit the reset button and hope to contend without any major changes. 2019 was a year in which the team showed both its proverbial ceiling and floor — competing with the […]Read more "A new identity will be at the core of the Eagles’ offseason"
The Eagles met with 14 players at this past weekend’s East-West Shrine game and while not all of them were standouts, there are a few on the list that are suitable draft candidates for the birds. Before we get to meeting those players, let’s examine the positional breakdown of their meetings. CB John Reid | […]Read more "The skinny on 14 players who met with Eagles at East-West Shrine Game"
The 2019 Philadelphia Eagles’ season has come and gone and just like all good things we must diminish it to quantifiable lists to squabble over. Before diving headfirst into pre-draft and free agency season, which is about to engulf you like Christmas lights on December 1st, let’s take a look back at some of the […]Read more "Who were the Top 5 Eagles in a rollercoaster 2019 season?"
If you haven’t heard, the Eagles play the Seahawks in Philadelphia this Sunday for a shot at (likely) San Francisco in the divisional round. The intro is going to be short and sweet so we can dive into the numbers surrounding the matchup. For all those statheads out there, this is for you. Passing Eagles’ […]Read more "Crunching the Numbers: Do Eagles have an advantage over Seahawks?"
Whether you’re ready for it or not, the new decade is upon us. News feeds will be flooded with “new decade, new me” and other half-hearted mantras, while messages from chatty coworkers, nosy neighbors and self-righteous relatives will soon be filling your inbox prying for your life-altering resolutions. Unfortunately, we here at Philly Sports Network […]Read more "2020 New Years Resolutions for the Philadelphia Eagles"
Heading into the last game of the regular season, it’s fair to say it has been an up and down year for rookie receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. The lows have kept him off the field, while the highs have been tempered by inconsistency. His achievements this year, however minor, are overshadowed when stacked up against other […]Read more "Taking Stock of J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s Rookie Year"
Coming home from Miami, after what may be the worst loss in recent memory for the Philadelphia Eagles, many fans and personnel alike were wondering where to go from here to salvage the season. While the Eagles were far from out of the playoff race, the display they put forth on MNF against the Giants […]Read more "Eagles early offseason outlook: Is an overhaul on the cards?"
All seems to be going swimmingly so far for Jordan Howard’s tenure in Philadelphia. Minus an unfortunate injury that caused him to miss last Sunday’s matchup against the Patriots, Howard has been a factor week in and week out. As advertised, he’s been a physical presence on an offense that has needed a shot in […]Read more "What Ajayi’s contract means for Jordan Howard’s future with the Eagles"
Coming off their 2019 bye week, the Eagles are staring down a tough home-stay in which they will welcome the 8-1 New England Patriots and 8-2 Seattle Seahawks in successive weeks. With four of five of the final games of the season being played against division rivals, the playoff picture for the Eagles is quickly […]Read more "Eagles’ early offseason outlook: What changes are on the horizon?"
With the season now over halfway through, the Eagles are coming off a big win against the Chicago Bears. The outcome of the remainder of the season will have a huge impact on what could be one of the more important offseasons in recent memory. With the grand gesture to cement Carson Wentz the face […]Read more "Eagles’ Early Offseason Outlook: What happens if it all stays the same?"