The Eagles announced yesterday that they would be reuniting with Marty Mornhinweg, who was with the team in multiple capacities from 2003 – 2012. The former Baltimore Ravens’ OC also reunites with Head Coach Doug Pederson. The two coached together in Philadelphia from 2009-2012, while Mornhinweg was also Pederson’s QB Coach in Green Bay, back […]Read more "What the Marty Mornhinweg hire means for Eagles offense"
Following a disappointing year ripe with injuries to important players and shuffling at major positions, it would be easy for the Philadelphia Eagles to hit the reset button and hope to contend without any major changes. 2019 was a year in which the team showed both its proverbial ceiling and floor — competing with the […]Read more "A new identity will be at the core of the Eagles’ offseason"
Coming home from Miami, after what may be the worst loss in recent memory for the Philadelphia Eagles, many fans and personnel alike were wondering where to go from here to salvage the season. While the Eagles were far from out of the playoff race, the display they put forth on MNF against the Giants […]Read more "Eagles early offseason outlook: Is an overhaul on the cards?"
The Eagles offense looks like it will be shorthanded in this weekend’s clash against Washington, but the more things change, the more they stay the same. Here’s an in-depth look at how the group will look in Sunday’s crucial clash and what we can expect from Pederson’s group. Quarterback: Carson Wentz There shouldn’t be any […]Read more "How will the Eagles offense look against the Redskins?"
The Eagles offense has been subject to a lot of criticism lately, and rightly so. The wheels are falling off the wagon at an alarming rate, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t positives to take. While it’s easy to jump on the deficiency at wide receiver, it’s also easy to overlook that the Eagles are […]Read more "Dallas Goedert’s impressive second season is flying under the radar"
Coming off their 2019 bye week, the Eagles are staring down a tough home-stay in which they will welcome the 8-1 New England Patriots and 8-2 Seattle Seahawks in successive weeks. With four of five of the final games of the season being played against division rivals, the playoff picture for the Eagles is quickly […]Read more "Eagles’ early offseason outlook: What changes are on the horizon?"
Just two years removed from hoisting the Lombardi, the Philadelphia Eagles are caught in limbo struggling to find the spark that vaulted them to the highest platform in major sports. Although they have consistently and repeatedly cashed in on the underdog mantra and fed doubters their own words for meal after meal, the team has […]Read more "Eagles will have three options this offseason, which one should they take?"
This Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles will face off against the New York Jets in what seems on the surface to be quite an inconsequential contest. In truth, for the Eagles, a win means a shot at the top spot in the NFC East and for the Jets, this game is a fantastic opportunity to right […]Read more "How the Eagles’ Ground Game can fly high against the Jets"
It’s only week three, yet the Philadelphia Eagles’ offensive performances against the Washington Redskins and Atlanta Falcons have been anything but reassuring for a team that was a popular pick for a Super Bowl run in 2019. Particularly, the team’s slow starts have been the crux of the conversation. It’s not new news for the […]Read more "Identifying the reasons why Eagles are struggling to start fast"
The Eagles have stuck to the phrase, “Everything matters” all offseason. The team is down to its best 53 man roster, whether fans or media agree, this is the unit that Roseman and his staff believe can lead the Eagles back to the top. What is it going to take to get there? Do the […]Read more "‘Starting fast’ has to be a priority for the Eagles as new season approaches"