The Eagles’ week one loss to the Washington Football Team was deflating for all kinds of reasons. After darting to a 17-0 lead, the Birds collapsed, lead by a dreadful showing by the offensive unit. Individually there were some bright spots — Dallas Goedert’s career game, Jalen Reagor’s first game as an Eagle, and a […]Read more "Eagles need to promptly correct offensive coaching struggles"
The Monday after a loss is never a fun one, but this one is just excruciating. It’s time to get your boards and markers out once again as we build up our Eagles report card. Quarterback It wasn’t pretty. Wentz may have somehow passed for 270 yards, but it’s the additional 270 he would’ve posted […]Read more "Grading the Eagles’ week one loss to Washington Football team"
That was not the season opener that fans were hoping to see. After jumping out to a 17-0 lead, it felt like a dream start for the Eagles…until it wasn’t. The end result was an absolutely soul-crushing 27-17 loss. What went wrong? Eagles Gameplanning Before we get to individual play and roll up our sleeves, […]Read more "What we learned in Eagles’ embarrassing week one loss"
It was an offseason of change for the Eagles’ wide receiver corps. An infusion of youth was injected into the veins of a position that had endured a season of injuries and a severe lack of production from its biggest names. The Eagles went heavy on adding speed and explosiveness to the group throughout the […]Read more "Pederson confident in Eagles’ receivers after a strong Summer"
After trimming the opening day roster to 53, the Philadelphia Eagles placed Safety, Will Parks and Wide Receiver, Quez Watkins on Injured Reserve for the beginning of the 2020 regular season. Both players will be active after Week three. Parks signed a one year deal with the Eagles this offseason and was listed as week-to-week […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles place two players on IR as Season Opener looms"
With the season inching closer as the days pass, the Eagles are getting ready to hit the field for the first time in this new way of life. While things may not be as well structured as before, the game will still go on. Let’s look a few Eagles players who could break the structure […]Read more "Four Eagles players who could spring a surprise this season"
For years, the Eagles spent draft capital on players who may not have been the most athletic but produced for their respective colleges. If you’ve read my work in the past, you know I love the Relative Athletic Scores system that Kent Lee Platte developed. I took some time to record the scores of every […]Read more "A new draft focus on athleticism will make the Eagles exciting in 2020"
The Eagles are already dealing with a slew of minor soft-tissue injuries, but the noise didn’t exactly quieten down on Sunday. Here are all the updates you need: Andre Dillard The team’s starting left tackle went inside early after getting up slowly from a play, but didn’t return to the field. There has been no […]Read more "Eagles injury updates on Andre Dillard & other key players"
Another day of thudding at the NovaCare Complex has come to pass. Here’s everything we learned as the Eagles added some extra spice to end the first week of live hitting at Training Camp. Injuries The Eagles had a few more injury updates before practice kicked off, but they’re contextual. The Eagles are being extra […]Read more "Goedert fractures thumb & DL dominate: Eagles Training Camp takeaways"
In an offseason where everything we know has been flipped upside down, any sense of familiarity and stability is an immediate bonus for any NFL team. The Philadelphia Eagles may have an extremely young running back group, but the ace up their sleeve comes in the way of Darren Sproles. The end of an era […]Read more "Darren Sproles is having a big impact on Eagles Training Camp"