The Eagles came into this season with high expectations following their offseason moves. Sitting at 3-2, and with some of those offseason additions either out for the season or “week-to-week”, it’s safe to say that those expectations aren’t being met. There are a few areas on the roster that need reinforcing if the Eagles expect […]Read more "Potential trade targets who would strengthen the Eagles’ weaknesses"
Yuck. That’s all I’ll say about the Lions game. Time to focus on the Packers. This Thursday will be Eagles’ opportunity to put all questions about the motivation and desire of the team to bed. They face one of the most elite quarterbacks in the league in Aaron Rodgers and a MUCH improved defense. Let’s […]Read more "Know your Eagles enemy: The Green Bay Packers"
Generally, when teams are nearing final roster cuts, it’s fairly easy to tell who has earned the inside track and who will fall by the wayside. Especially with a roster as stacked as the Eagles, with so many entrenched role players, the final roster is pretty cut and dry. Looking at this year’s roster on […]Read more "Taking a deeper look into the Eagles’ biggest roster cutdown decisions"
One of the biggest questions the Eagles faced at the beginning of the offseason was a simple one that carried a lot of weight. ‘What happens to Rodney McLeod?’ After suffering a season-ending knee injury in 2018, the Safety was set to make a whopping $9.9M in 2019. For a team already battling a tidal […]Read more "Rodney McLeod may be Eagles’ most underrated player going into 2019"
Andrew Luck shook the NFL to its core last night, announcing his retirement at age 29. The franchise QB had fallen out of love with the game and been through too much surgery wise to keep that passion alive. While not the point of this article, I think it is important to stress that mental […]Read more "Which Eagles quarterback is most likely to be traded to the Colts?"
Through two weeks of preseason football, the 22nd overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft hasn’t just been really impressive, he’s been flat out dominant. Pro Football Focus has Dillard ranked as the best offensive lineman (not just tackle) with an elite grade of 89 in pass protection and 84.8 run blocking. Oh and the […]Read more "It may only be preseason, but Eagles rookie Andre Dillard is dominating"
After impressing in practice, the Miles Sanders hype train really caught steam in Thursday night’s game vs Jacksonville. He ran the ball effectively, carrying 5 times for 31 yards, but even when he didn’t get big gains, he showed a lethal lateral move and good vision. However, during the NFL draft, training camp, and preseason, […]Read more "Busting three myths about Eagles running back Miles Sanders"
The Eagles have FINALLY won a preseason game! Rejoice! After Thursday’s 24-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, every Philly fan’s favorite AFC team, there are a few players whose stock rose after the the game. Contrarily, there are also a few players whose stock dropped after the game. Who are those players? Well let’s find […]Read more "Eagles stock watch: Risers and fallers after week 2 of preseason"
Today, the Eagles signed journeyman Josh McCown to a one-year deal. McCown announced his retirement earlier this summer but the Eagles have become a team in need after the last two injuries to Sudfeld and Kessler. McCown fits the mold that team needs, he’s been a decent backup and starter throughout his career, playing for […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign a veteran QB"
The Eagles opened their preseason account on Thursday night with a disappointing 27-10 loss to Tennessee. While there’s only so much you can take from the first preseason outing, who were the biggest winners and losers from the matchup? Winners DE Daeshon Hall With defensive end depth lighter than ideal, former Texas A&M Aggie Daeshon […]Read more "Five winners and five losers from Eagles preseason opener"