This offseason was always going to be a crucial one for the Eagles, but as time passes and more holes on the coaching staff open up, its importance is amplified. It feels like there’s a new candidate interviewing for the Offensive Coordinator vacancy every few days, with a report citing their interview and withdrawal of […]Read more "Eagles need Pederson to evolve as a Head Coach to find stability at OC"
In 2016, Doug Pederson was surprisingly hired by Owner Jeffery Lurie. Unlike other head coaches around the league, Pederson was not allowed to pick his own staff when he joined the team. Looking back, that staff in 2016 was full of future Head Coaches and OC’s. Yet when you have a star-studded cast of personnel […]Read more "Eagles need to find a way to slow yearly personnel turnover"
Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman met with the media on Wednesday to reflect on the season that was and discuss what lies ahead. One major talking point concerned the futures of offensive coordinator Mike Groh, and WR coach Carson Walch. Will Coach Groh and Coach Walch be back though? “Yes, both those guys will be […]Read more "Why it doesn’t matter who made the call to fire Eagles OC Mike Groh"
Just as you think it’s not possible to love and respect Josh McCown any more than you already do… ESPN’s Tim McManus reported on Friday that McCown actually played through a torn hamstring during the second half of the Eagles’ playoff loss to Seattle. The injury itself is surprising, but there was a distinct play […]Read more "Report: Josh McCown played through torn hamstring in Eagles playoff loss"
The Cleveland Browns have started their search for a new GM and Head Coach and it did not take them long to reach the City of Brotherly Love. According to Tom Pelissero, Cleveland has requested to interview Eagles defensive coordinator, Jim Schwartz. Schwartz has been with the Eagles since 2016 and love him, or hate […]Read more "Report: Browns request to interview Jim Schwartz for vacated HC role"
I think we all recall the story about Doug Pederson being the worst HC hire at the time. Now, almost four years into his tenure, Pederson is working against all odds to produce unique results. At his introductory press conference, he talked about taking over a team that had not won in a while, and […]Read more "The Eagles really do have a ‘new norm’ but it’s not defined by Super Bowl rings"
Whether you’re ready for it or not, the new decade is upon us. News feeds will be flooded with “new decade, new me” and other half-hearted mantras, while messages from chatty coworkers, nosy neighbors and self-righteous relatives will soon be filling your inbox prying for your life-altering resolutions. Unfortunately, we here at Philly Sports Network […]Read more "2020 New Years Resolutions for the Philadelphia Eagles"
He did it again. For the third time in four years, the Philadelphia Eagles will be heading to the playoffs. Doug Pederson has led this team to two division titles and one Super Bowl in only four years as a head coach. Not only that but his current record from the final two games of […]Read more "Doug Pederson’s emotional intelligence has glued the Eagles together"
On Sunday night, the Eagles squared off against the rival Cowboys with the fate of the division hanging in the balance. While this is far from the first time the two storied franchises did battle over the NFC East crown, Sunday’s bout seemed extra special considering everything the Eagles endured so far this season. Having […]Read more "Eagles’ latest improbable run is par for the course in the Pederson era"
They almost let it slide, but the Eagles came back in incredible fashion to overthrow the struggling New York Giants in overtime. But what did we learn from the overtime win? It’s time to get those report cards out again! Quarterback It wasn’t his prettiest game, but it was one in which he stepped up […]Read more "Unlikely heroes save the day: Grading the Eagles overtime win over Giants"