Happy thanksgiving everyone! As you all prepare to feast on Turkey and reminisce about the good times, I thought it’d be a good opportunity to remind you about some positives that surround the Eagles this season. As hard as that is to believe, there are some things fans should be thankful for! The season is […]Read more "Five things Eagles fans should be thankful for this thanksgiving"
Coming into 2020, the Eagles had high hopes with the additions of a few big names and other not-so-big-but-very-good names. How has that worked out for the team thus far? Eagles Free Agency/Trade acquisitions Darius Slay Slay has been as good as advertised in his first year with the Eagles. Sure, he didn’t have his […]Read more "An offseason of poor signings is beginning to haunt the Eagles"
Eagles cornerback Darius Slay was never going to play perfectly forever. There was always going to be one play he gave up eventually. That huge completion to Slayton probably wouldn’t have mattered if the Eagles had even moderate help on the other side. After getting back into the game with a huge touchdown, Daniel Jones […]Read more "Poor roster decisions mean Eagles are still in dire need of help at CB2"
While the mid-season report card for the Eagles offense might have been difficult to stomach, the second course on the menu should go down a little easier…at least in theory. The Eagles rank 9th in average yards given up per game (having played one game more than 5 of the teams ahead of them) and […]Read more "Eagles mid-season report card: A tale of two halves for the defense"
It feels like it’s been forever since we’ve last seen an Eagles game but that’s all bout to change as the team faces the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night. The team is coming off 8 days of rest to face a divisional foe that could be worse than the last division rival they faced. Still, […]Read more "Eagles Stock watch: Risers and fallers ahead of week 8"
The Eagles ultimately fell short of the mark on Sunday in a game that fell entirely on the defense. A 39-28 loss will leave a sour taste in the mouths of many, but was it all that bad? It’s report card time! Quarterback While a pair of interceptions might not show it in the box […]Read more "Eagles Report Card: Grading the team’s week 5 loss to Steelers"
It was a game where momentum was a pendulum, but ultimately it was the Steelers who came out on top when the clock stopped ticking. The Eagles gave Pittsburgh all they could handle in the 38-29 loss, but it wasn’t enough to get the job done. Here are some quick takeaways from the matchup. Fulgmeister […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles take one step forward & two steps back in week 5"
Earlier this week, we took a deep dive into the Eagles offense to see where the group is headed after four games of the season. It’s now time to do the same for the defense. Grab your boards and markers once more – it’s report card SZN. Defensive line Believe it or not, the Eagles […]Read more "Quarterly report card: How does the Eagles defense look after four games?"
The Eagles are 0-2-1 and clearly falling apart at the seams. It’s all doom and gloom in the City of Brotherly Love right now, but are there any reasons for optimism as we approach the quarter-season mark? I did my best to find five. Malik Jackson’s balling out The Eagles were without the highest-paid nose […]Read more "Finding five positives from the Eagles season so far"
It’s been a bumpy few years for Trevor Williams. But after an offseason of yo-yoing on and off the Eagles’ roster, he was thrown into the deep end after an injury to Avonte Maddox left the Eagles light on depth. Williams did anything but disappoint and with Maddox out for a few weeks, has a […]Read more "Trevor Williams left a strong impression on Jim Schwartz in week 3"