The 2020 Philadelphia Eagles have been an absolute disaster from top to bottom. Every move the Front Office has made has ended up imploding, the coaching staff has been unable to scheme up a winning formula, and the player’s execution has been downright terrible. But would firing Doug Pederson really solve anything? With the stench […]Read more "Five Reasons why the Eagles should stick with Doug Pederson next year"
The Eagles are under 24-hours away from a game against the Green Bay Packers in a matchup that could go a long way in dictating just how competitive the Eagles will be in the race for the NFC East title. Here are five things to watch. Darius Slay vs DaVante Adams Less than one week […]Read more "Five things Eagles fans should watch in week 13 clash with the Packers"
After a slightly concerning week of practice that saw three big names dealing with injuries, there’s finally some good news to come out of Philadelphia. The Eagles released their injury report on Friday for week 13’s matchup with the Packers. Darius Slay and Fletcher Cox are off the injury report for this weekend which is […]Read more "Eagles injury report: Darius Slay & Fletcher Cox good to go for Sunday"
Just as the world was preparing to settle in for a cozy Friday night, Jeff McLane dropped an article that caused a reaction fiery enough to toast marshmallows. According to the report released just days after people were pounding the table for a change in the Eagles’ play-calling structure, it turns out that Doug Pederson […]Read more "Pederson’s change of heart might only make things worse for Eagles"
The Eagles have released their second injury report of the week ahead of a week 13 clash with the Packers. Here’s everything you need to know: Fletcher Cox has missed practice for the second consecutive day with a neck injury, which is a little concerning. Cox is one of the most durable defensive linemen in […]Read more "Darius Slay shows up on the Eagles’ injury report ahead of week 13"
If you’re new to WWE, you’d almost be expected to accept Drew Mcintyre as the prototypical superstar. At 6’7, 270 lbs, his aggressive mentality and harsh Scottish accent would strike fear into any man. But that wasn’t always the case. Mcintyre first arrived on the scene in 2007 after a couple of years making noise […]Read more "The rise, fall, and resurrection of WWE’s brightest star Drew Mcintyre"
There weren’t many positives at all to take from the Eagles’ embarrassing defeat to the Seahawks, but one was arguably how much the defense withstood. Goal-line stands and crucial plays that shifted momentum back into Pederson’s hands ensured the Eagles at least had a fighting chance – it was just one they ultimately squandered. However, […]Read more "Schwartz & Slay need to learn a valuable lesson ahead of final five games"
The Eagles announced today that TE Zach Ertz will be returning from short-term IR. While that may seem like a breath of fresh air, the Eagles may want to be careful with how they implement him. To say that Zach Ertz has struggled this year would be an understatement. He amassed a lowly 24 receptions […]Read more "Eagles need to learn from previous mistakes when it comes to Zach Ertz"
There’s no denying that the Eagles offense is in dire need of change. It’s screaming out for any signs of life after a game where the 32nd ranked Seattle pass defense had their way with Carson Wentz and company. Fans have been pounding the table for Head Coach Doug Pederson to give up play-calling duties, […]Read more "Why giving up play-calling simply isn’t an option for Doug Pederson"
In a slightly surprising move, the Eagles parted ways with versatile Safety Will Parks on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s everything you need to know. Parks is a Philadelphia native and instantly became a fan favorite. It’s a shame things never worked out, but hopefully he lands on a team who actually utilize him properly and allow […]Read more "What the release of Will Parks means for the Eagles secondary"