Rounding out our series of NFL Honor previews are two accolades that are arguably the most likely for an Eagles player (or staff member) to come away with at the end of the season. But which two are in question? Comeback Player of the Year This might be the easiest award for an Eagles player […]Read more "Is Doug Pederson an early NFL Coach of the year candidate?"
With the big guns out of the way, it’s now time to focus on the next generation of Eagle. Could the Birds have multiple candidates for Rookie of the Year’ honors on their team heading into this season? Offensive Rookie of the Year Jalen Reagor The obvious choice here is the Eagles’ first-round pick. None […]Read more "Which Eagles could be leading candidates for Rookie of the Year awards?"
The global pandemic has been at the heart of all things 2020 and has taken a lot of the air out of the sails of the NFL season. Usually riding a high at this point in the year with training camps ramping up and preseason on the horizon, this year just doesn’t feel the same. […]Read more "Five reasons why Eagles fans should be excited about the 2020 season"
The Eagles have had a very impressive haul this offseason at several positions. Some groups have been stacked with incredible talent while others are looking great due to their potential but what happens now to the players who stood out last season? Two practice squad heroes who stepped up when the lights got too bright […]Read more "Eagles’ 2019 practice squad heroes will need another strong summer"
It took a Carson Wentz & DeSean Jackson masterclass in week one last year to pull the Eagles back from the brink of a meltdown. There was so much hype around the team before the season but it all fell apart so quickly, with one man bringing a harsh reality-check to the team – WR […]Read more "Does a revamped Eagles secondary have the antidote to Terry McLaurin?"
The sun is shining and we should be hearing the sounds of Football gently grace the NovaCare Complex. unfortunately, that’s still not the case. With a shortened offseason, the Eagles may well lean on their veterans to hold down the fort in 2020 – especially those signed in Free Agency. But who will have the […]Read more "Which Eagles’ free-agent signing will make the biggest impact in 2020?"
The roar of the Washington crowd on a cold December afternoon when Greg Ward Jr. caught his first ever NFL touchdown is something that won’t be forgotten in a hurry. The ultimate underdog story was complete. Ward Jr. has risen from the ashes again and a again, finally being rewarded with his first score in […]Read more "Despite a breakout, Greg Ward Jr. is fighting for his Eagles future again"
Another offseason is passing by and somehow Carson Wentz has found himself in the middle of a dogpile of criticism. How could this be? The franchise QB went on a run in the last four weeks of the season as he went 4-0 while throwing for 1,199 passing yards, 7 touchdowns, and no interceptions. He […]Read more "Making the case: Carson Wentz is an Elite QB"
The impact that COVID-19 has had on the world is unprecedented. Everybody has been affected in some way and the NFL is no exception. In a parallel universe, Doug Pederson and his band of merry men are sat inside the NovaCare Complex right now, going through meetings, preparing for OTA’s, and working through individual drills. […]Read more "Doug Pederson’s innovation is guiding Eagles through uncertainty"
The Eagles drafted TCU’s Jalen Reagor with their first-round pick in this year’s draft. A wide receiver, who stands at 5’11” but might as well be measured at 6’3”. Jalen Reagor isn’t a big mouth diva that wants the spotlight. He isn’t the low confident receiver that may let a team down from time to […]Read more "Making the case: Jalen Reagor will be the Eagles next 1,000-yard receiver"