The Eagles fought a tough uphill battle against their cross-state neighbors, the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday but it wasn’t without flare. While the defense completely kept the offense out of the game, there is still some good to take away from that matchup. Which Eagles are trending up and which have more to do going […]Read more "Eagles stock watch: Risers and fallers going into week 6"
You may have seen a teenie little tweet a few days ago that I put out regarding Howie Roseman. If you didn’t, here it is: As you can see by the comments, likes, and retweets, it made the rounds pretty quickly. People like me, and like everyone on Philly Sports Network and sites alike, work […]Read more "Do the Eagles have a Howie Roseman problem or is it overblown?"
Things are only going from bad to worse for the Eagles. After an extensive week of injury updates, the team released their final injury report. The team will be without DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery at WR, while JJ Arcega-Whiteside is doubtful. The receiving corps is razor-thin but the good news is that we could […]Read more "Eagles injury report: Key players set to miss week 4 clash with 49ers"
The Eagles are in a tricky spot as they enter the quarter-mark of the NFL season. At 0-2-1, they’ve been underwhelming at just about every avenue, but none more so than the offense. Doug Pederson met with reporters on Friday and attempted to explain the team’s offensive identity. His response was…alarming. I would define the […]Read more "Doug Pederson’s explanation of Eagles offense should raise alarm bells"
After the ugly tie versus the Bengals, which included injuries to Avonte Maddox, DeSean Jackson, Jason Peters, Dallas Goedert, and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, it’s time to reevaluate Howie Roseman and his control over the roster. It can be argued whether or not Roseman did enough to solidify the roster, but the team is sitting at 0-2-1 […]Read more "Is it time for Howie Roseman to give up personnel control?"
The Eagles surprised a lot of people (and broke my heart) on Sunday by releasing Cre’Von LeBlanc in order to make way for a running back they’d picked up off the waiver wire. This move reeks of risk and potential regret. The role LeBlanc wasn’t going to get starting reps in 2020. Despite having a […]Read more "Eagles play a risky hand in releasing Cre’Von LeBlanc"
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Eagles are bringing in some help at Tight End in the way of Tyrone Swoopes. Swoopes was an undrafted free agent in 2017 and was originally a quarterback prospect, before the Seahawks poached him and converted the 6’4, 254 lbs, athlete into a tight end. He spent the […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign former Seahawks Tight End"
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"
The 2020 NFL season is quickly approaching and hype is at an all-time high. For Philadelphia, this couldn’t be more true; with all the exciting new pieces on the roster, fans cannot wait to get a glimpse of the new-look Eagles in action. However, with all the publicity and pomp surrounding the new guys in […]Read more "Could Eagles fans witness a Nate Gerry breakout in 2020?"