If you’ve followed my previous articles, you’d know that I love to write about the New Jersey native Corey Clement. From local high school star, Melvin Gordon’s backup, overlooked college prospect with blemishes on his record, undrafted free agent to Superbowl hero — then followed by a disappointing second year ending in injury — not […]Read more "A slimmed-down Corey Clement is good news for the Eagles"
The Eagles third preseason game was called early due to the lightning above Lincoln Financial Field. Of course, usually when mother nature acts up its just because but this time around it was different. It seemed mother nature may have acted up due to a certain Eagles player! While the bright lights were shining above […]Read more "Lightning flashes over the Linc as does JJ Arcega-Whiteside."
The Eagles have just wrapped up an ugly loss to the Ravens, after Mother Nature took control in the fourth quarter and refused to see the rest of the game. The Eagles “starting” offense looked off, mustering a big goose egg in the first half. However, if you look past the box score, you’ll see […]Read more "The good, bad, and ugly from Eagles preseason loss to Ravens"
Once Michael Bennett was traded to the Patriots and Chris Long retired, Eagles suddenly looked thin at defensive end relative to the massive depth they’ve had over the years. Questions starting early in the offseason who the 4th defensive end would be, as Schwartz is known for rotating a lot on the DL, especially keeping […]Read more "Why the Eagles 4th defensive end spot is no longer a concern"
Just about nine days ago, the Philadelphia Eagles signed DT Aziz Shittu and waived S Blake Countess with an injury settlement. Now, the Eagles are back in the business of bolstering the safety position with the trade executed today. Philadelphia acquired S Rudy Ford in exchange for DT Bruce Hector. Rudy Ford was drafted by […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Eagles Acquire Former Cardinals Safety"
The Eagles will play host to Baltimore later tonight in their third preseason contest. This is often the game that decides many of the major roster battles and as a result, there will be plenty to pay attention to. The Thorson pressure cooker It’s unlikely we see a lot from Josh McCown tonight and it’s […]Read more "Five things to watch in Eagles’ preseason clash with Ravens"
A previous area of weakness for the Eagles has possibly become an area of strength for the defense. After heading into the NFL Draft with the possible expectation of selecting Malcolm Jenkins’ successor, the Eagles instead went a different direction. They claimed several young Safeties in Blake Countess and Godwin Igwebuike, but unfortunately, both have […]Read more "After an offseason of uncertainty, Eagles have built a formidable safety group"
A lot of people forget that special teams can make or break a game. Last year featured more than a few examples of what happens when a kicker isn’t on their game in the final minutes. Chris Boswell and Zane Gonzalez were dueling kickers in a Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns game early last season […]Read more "Carli Lloyd’s field goal at Eagles practice has sparked an interesting question"
Just before their preseason week three matchup, Carson Wentz and Lamar Jackson went head to head against starting defenses. This was Wentz’s first action against another team all preseason, while we all have seen Jackson flash some brilliance against the Green Bay Packers. Alike most people in attendance for these practices, my eyes were on […]Read more "Ravens/Eagles Camp: Carson Wentz vs Lamar Jackson"
It’s been a wobbly week for the Eagles. From a quarterback signing to a few notable injuries and of course another preseason game, there have been plenty of waves that will unroot some of the sealife clinging on to a rock for dear life. But how does the final 53 look to be shaping up […]Read more "Can the Eagles keep 4 quarterbacks? Eagles 53-man roster projection"