For 14 years, John Runyan made his name for being one of the best, and dirtiest players in the game. His work for the Philadelphia Eagles was impressive. Nine years in Philadelphia, a pro-bowl to his credit and a member of some of the best offensive lines in Eagle history. Yet while his career was […]Read more "What does the ‘Clowney hit’ mean for Wentz and other mobile QB’s moving forward?"
Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman met with the media on Wednesday to reflect on the season that was and discuss what lies ahead. One major talking point concerned the futures of offensive coordinator Mike Groh, and WR coach Carson Walch. Will Coach Groh and Coach Walch be back though? “Yes, both those guys will be […]Read more "Why it doesn’t matter who made the call to fire Eagles OC Mike Groh"
We’re in full offseason mode already! The Eagles announced the signings of eight players to future contracts. For clarity, these contracts guarantee a spot on the roster when it expands from 53 to 90 in March. What usually happens is that teams sign their practice squads and any available PS eligible free agents. The Eagles […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign eight players to futures contracts"
It’s time. It’s finally here. The first playoff game for Carson Wentz. After a stellar four week stretch where Wentz played with the some guys the team found at Sheetz (better than WaWa don’t @ me), the fourth year quarterback is playing in the playoffs for the first time in his career. They face the […]Read more "Know your Eagles enemy: The Seattle Seahawks (part two)"
NFC East Champions for the second time in the past three seasons, the Eagles are set to host a divisional-round playoff matchup against the Seahawks this Sunday. Just as they were the last time the Eagles secured the division and hosted a playoff game at the Linc, the defense has been a huge catalyst for […]Read more "Can Jim Schwartz overcome his biggest flaw against seattle?"
Miles Sanders has been nothing short of a season changer for the Eagles. What started as a slow rookie campaign dominated by questions regarding his ability to read gaps, stuttering too much before committing to a hole, and ultimately not being used much in weeks 6-8, took a very pleasant turn. Stepping up when the […]Read more "Eagles’ Miles Sanders is making history with a former teammate"
It’s been six games since we’ve seen Jordan Howard carry the ball for the Philadelphia Eagles. The former Chicago Bear could be set to return this week in a key week-17 clash against the Giants, but a lot has changed since he picked up a stinger against the team that drafted him. The Eagles drafted […]Read more "Jordan Howard faces a race against time upon return to Eagles backfield"
There’s no doubting that the Eagles have faced a lot of adversity this season. Some of it has been self-inflicted, a lot of it has been injury-related, and then there’s Orlando Scandrick. But what nobody accounted for, was the youth infusion that would ultimately save the season as a result. With the offense depleted, players […]Read more "How a youth infusion has helped rejuvenate an ailing Eagles offense"
It’s back! Dallas Hate week has returned! It might be Dallas hate week every week, but it’s extra hateful this week. It’s “win and in” for Dallas and it’s “win and then win again” for Philadelphia. Part One The Eagles and Cowboys faced off for the first time this season during week seven on October […]Read more "Know your Eagles enemy: The Dallas Cowboys (part two)"
Here it is folks! Week 16 is finally here and it’s everything we knew it would be! Eagles. Cowboys. For all the marbles, well kind of. As it stands right now, here’s the current state of the NFC East: 1. Cowboys 7-7 2. Eagles 7-7 3. Redskins 3-11 4. Giants 3-11 Cowboys currently hold the […]Read more "State of the NFC east: The final showdown"