It’s a position group that hasn’t been the strength of this organization since the departures of DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. While Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith both came and gave the Eagles some glimmer of hope, all has seemingly faded since 2017. It’s been a dramatic period for Pederson’s wideouts. From the indescribable struggles […]Read more "Offseason outlook: An early look at the Eagles wide receiver picture"
It’s a tradition as old as time. Some call them their best friend, others claim them as their siblings. You know what I’m talking about. Its the same old game plan that every guy has when they’re heading out for the night in hopes to meet someone. You don’t just call anybody to go with […]Read more "It’s time for the Eagles to find Carson Wentz a wingman at wide receiver"
What a decade it’s been for the Philadelphia Eagles. The highest of highs, the lowest of lows, and a lot of bumps and bruises along the way. We’ve seen the end of the Andy Reid era, the rise and fall of Chip Kelly, and the beginning of a new dawn under Doug Pederson. But if […]Read more "Building the All-Decade Eagles team"
Can you name a more iconic duo than the Eagles and bizarre handling of injuries? The short answer is no, for anyone wondering. It seems that every season, the team’s medical staff comes under fire and it’s followed by an offseason of change, only for yet more puzzling situations to occur. But 2019 might have […]Read more "The Eagles seem to have a worrying injury-related disconnect"
The Eagles made an interesting move on Saturday afternoon regarding their wide receiver crops. Greg Ward Jr. was promoted from the practice squad, while Safety Rudy Ford was placed on IR in a corresponding move. This likely means that one (if not both) of Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor will be sidelined for tomorrow’s matchup […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles promote WR Greg Ward Jr. from their practice squad"
For wide receivers, being selected in the early rounds of the 2019 draft comes with high expectations Throughout the 2019 season, guys like D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown, Marquise Brown, and Terry McLaurin have been impressing with good rookie season stats. For JJ Arcega-Whiteside, the story is different. The second-round pick has just 43 yards on […]Read more "Eagles rookie WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside deserves more playing time"
A total of 25 Eagles players suffered an injury of some kind last year, prompting the team to shuffle their medical staff. But the more things change, the more they stay the same. It was announced today that veteran RB Darren Sproles will miss the remainder of the season with a quadricep injury and this […]Read more "Darren Sproles’ season-ending injury raises worrying questions for Eagles"
It’s been a bumpy year for the 5-4 Philadelphia Eagles. They may sit at the top of the NFC East, tied with the Dallas Cowboys, but there’s been more noise and adversity than the team have arguably ever faced under Doug Pederson’s guidance. But hrough all the unrest and turmoil, there’s been one common thread […]Read more "Eagles need to place an emphasis on finding stability at WR coach"
The Bye week is almost in the rear-view mirror but before the storm that’s known as the NFL starts to rip through the City of Brotherly Love again, it’s a good time to take a look at this year’s Philadelphia Eagles. So, I decided to make a quick note on every player currently on the […]Read more "A note on every Eagles player as the Bye-week comes to a close"
As the Eagles look to take a much-needed break during the Bye week, the importance of offensive success upon their return has sky-rocketed. After news of DeSean Jackson’s injury broke, the wide receiver position has been put under the microscope, but how much is really going to change? The team is 5-4 and only one […]Read more "Eagles should shift their offensive focus away from receivers after the Bye"