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"
To say the Eagles’ 2019 season has been disappointing would be a dramatic understatement. Speculation over potential personnel changes is already ramping up and we still have a quarter of the season remaining. But there has also been a lot of criticism faced by the coaching staff, and when asked about accountability for his group […]Read more "Eagles could be set for a total positional coach overhaul this offseason"
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"
Accountability is a word that often gets thrown around after a loss or even a string of losses. It’s used loosely and it’s also hard to quantify. On the surface, wanting a player to own up to a mistake and say ‘my bad’, defines the term, but it’s likely that the Eagles are suffering from […]Read more "Are the Eagles suffering from a lack of accountability?"
Imagine allowing 20 unanswered points to a 2-0 team. Actually, you don’t have to. Just go back and watch the Eagles’ abysmal loss to the Dolphins from Sunday afternoon. Here are some quick takeaways from the shocking loss. Let’s start with the offense… It was the same old story, just with a different beginning. The […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles suffer an embarrassing loss to the Dolphins"
After a frustrating week, Eagles fans were given the best gift possible on Thanksgiving. The Dallas Cowboys hosted the Buffalo Bills and were completely outplayed by McDermott’s team in a loss that carries a lot of weight. For the Eagles, it gives them breathing room. After dropping games to Seattle and New England in aggravating […]Read more "Eagles have been gifted a golden opportunity to right their wrongs"
Happy Thanksgiving from everyone here at Philly Sports Network. We hope you have an amazing day filled with love and joy, but in case you’re still itching for Eagles content, here are seven reasons why Eagles fans should be thankful. Carson Wentz Okay, so he may have had a few wobbly games this season, with […]Read more "Seven reasons why Eagles fans should be thankful this thanksgiving"
If we roll back the clocks to 2017, it was a much simpler time. Nelson Agholor recorded a career-high 768 yards and 8 touchdowns, shedding the skin of a struggling receiver and emerging as a confident slot superhero. The man who many attributed a lot of Agholor’s success to, WR Coach Mike Groh, was promoted […]Read more "Mike Groh’s biggest strength may actually be his biggest weakness"
The one constant with this team for the past two seasons has been the Eagles’ inability to change their ways. It’s evident now that Frank Reich and John DeFilippo had a heavy influence on the 2017 Super Bowl team. In that season, after Wentz went down, the offense struggled at first with Nick Foles at […]Read more "It’s time for the Eagles offense to embrace change once again"
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"