We’re now three quarters into the 2019/20 NFL season and it hasn’t exactly gone as Eagles fans had hoped. Sitting at 5-7, there are four ‘relatively easy’ easy games remaining, with playoff hopes and divisional bragging rights up for grabs. But how have the Eagles performed over their last four games? It’s time to get […]Read more "The beginning of a steep decline: Eagles quarterly report card"
The Eagles offense has been subject to a lot of criticism lately, and rightly so. The wheels are falling off the wagon at an alarming rate, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t positives to take. While it’s easy to jump on the deficiency at wide receiver, it’s also easy to overlook that the Eagles are […]Read more "Dallas Goedert’s impressive second season is flying under the radar"
Is it a bold statement? Sure. But is it true? When the Eagles drafted Dallas (right in front of Dallas, in Dallas, classy), all we knew was that he was a raw super talent from a smaller school in South Dakota State. Then, we experienced that we couldn’t tell the difference between Ertz and Goedert […]Read more "Do the Eagles have NFL’s best Tight End tandem in Ertz and Goedert?"
The Eagles have been decimated by injuries over the last two weeks, but finally, there are signs of hope. The team released their final estimated injury report ahead of tomorrow night’s game against Green Bay and there are several key takeaways. The only players listed as ‘out’ are Ronald Darby, who we know will be […]Read more "Injury report: Eagles finally catch a break ahead of TNF clash with Packers"
As frustrating it is for fans to watch the run game going nowhere and stalling at the line of scrimmage, as frustrating it must be for Wentz to do everything by himself on long 3rd downs consistently, there may be a new lease of life for the Eagles offense. In two games, the Eagles are […]Read more "Why Dallas Goedert’s potential week 3 return is so important for the Eagles"
The season opener is just around the corner but before the Linc roars into life, the Eagles have to trim their roster from 90 down to 53. There’s one last opportunity for players to prove themselves prior to a day that will change the lives of many, but there’s one position battle that’s almost bound […]Read more "The stakes are high for Eagles TE’s heading into final week of preseason"
The Eagles may have one of the most lethal Tight End tandems in Football. Zach Ertz is coming off of a record-breaking 2018 campaign, while running-mate Dallas Goedert showed plenty of red zone prowess as a rookie. It’s safe to say that 12-personnel and 13-personnel will once again become focal points for this offense, but […]Read more "Eagles TE Joshua Perkins could spring a few surprises this preseason"
The dust has settled after the Eagles preseason-opening loss to Tennessee and unfortunately, there’s quite a lengthy injury list. The good news is, nobody on said list is out with a serious injury. But there are two key names who will miss the remaining three preseason encounters. Lane Johnson didn’t play in the preseason game […]Read more "Lane Johnson & Dallas Goedert will miss remainder of Eagles preseason"
The Eagles opened their preseason account on Thursday night with a disappointing 27-10 loss to Tennessee. While there’s only so much you can take from the first preseason outing, who were the biggest winners and losers from the matchup? Winners DE Daeshon Hall With defensive end depth lighter than ideal, former Texas A&M Aggie Daeshon […]Read more "Five winners and five losers from Eagles preseason opener"
It took three years, but Doug Pederson was finally able to find a WR2 solution. It wasn’t Dorial-Green Beckham, nor was it Torrey Smith or Mike Wallace. Instead, it was the man who created the void, to begin with; DeSean Jackson. But with a receiver who averaged 18.9 yards per reception last year back in […]Read more "With the ‘need for speed’ filled, the Eagles are aware that size matters"