The regular season has finally ended and the Eagles officially have the sixth pick. This team has a boatload of needs, it can be argued that the Eagles should trade down and accumulate picks to address those needs. A case can be made for every position on offense and defense (I won’t bore you with […]Read more "Making the case for every position for the Eagles in the first round"
Despite continuing to rank near the top of the lead in sacks, the Eagles haven’t exactly been a defensive powerhouse this year. In recent weeks, the reinforcements have caved in and with injuries piling up, the secondary has been battered and bruised. Logically, a lot of attention now turns to Darius Slay, who signed a […]Read more "What the stats don’t tell you about Eagles CB Darius Slay"
The Eagles have released their final injury report of the week ahead of an important matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that somehow, six of the eleven players who have been listed throughout the week will be good to go. They include the pass-rushing prowess of […]Read more "Eagles injury report: Darius Slay questionable & secondary loses all depth"
I’ve gone on record saying that the Eagles should absolutely keep Doug Pederson around for the 2021 season. I felt that the absolute absurdity of injuries that have plagued the team, and the way the team was built, were the main culprits in this disaster of a season. A part of me still feels this […]Read more "The Eagles offense may have found a spark, but at what cost?"
The Eagles have released their second injury report of the week ahead of Sunday’s showdown against the Arizona Cardinals and believe it or not, there were positives to take away. Only two players failed to participate today and one of them (Jack Driscoll) has a strong MCL sprain. Doug Pederson said Avonte Maddox would ‘miss […]Read more "Eagles injury report: Cornerback depth could be tested in a big way"
Losing Rodney McLeod to a torn ACL was a heartbreaker for the Eagles. His second in three years, the veteran Safety has endured a torrid run of luck. With depth light at the Safety position, it’s going to open a very unique opportunity. To say McLeod had been excellent this season would be an understatement. […]Read more "McLeod’s injury opens unique opportunity for Eagles rookie K’Von Wallace"
After a close loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Eagles come back home to face the other AFC North defensive powerhouse: the Baltimore Ravens. Before we dive into just how hard this game will be for the Eagles, let’s take a look at last year’s stats, their off-season additions/departures, and this year’s stats. 2019 Ranks: […]Read more "Know Your Eagles Enemy: The Baltimore Ravens"
Coming into the offseason, the safety position was a huge cause for concern. Malcolm Jenkins being allowed to walk into free agency and ending up back in New Orleans (to no one’s surprise) was gut-wrenching for most. It triggered flashbacks of the time when the Eagles chose not to re-sign Brian Dawkins. Just a side […]Read more "Eagles Safety position will look very different in 2020"
The Eagles had an interesting situation at Safety before free agency began. Rodney McLeod was a free agent, the team chose not to retain Malcolm Jenkins, and there weren’t many options for them on the market. The team chose to resign McLeod to a one year deal and they even brought back Jalen Mills but […]Read more "K’Von Wallace opens up on his path to the Eagles"
“I work hard. That’s all everyone needs to know. When it comes to football, I don’t care what anyone says or feels – at the end of the day, I work harder than anyone you ever know. I pride myself on that” Will Parks to PhillySportsNetwork Will Parks is no stranger to the “Eagles way”. […]Read more "Will Parks is a perfect fit for the Eagles on and off the field"