The Eagles are going through growing pains this season, but no position group is hurting more than the offensive line. Carson Wentz has been sacked 5+ times in back to back weeks. The last time that happened to an Eagles quarterback was over 15 years ago. He’s also on pace to be sacked the 4th […]Read more "It’s not all doom and gloom when it comes to the Eagles offensive line"
Today’s game was the perfect summation of everything we’ve come to both love and loathe about this year’s Philadelphia Eagles. From a seemingly never-ending barrage of injuries to a heroic comeback attempt under impossible circumstances, the Eagles fell short of the mark on Sunday, tripping at the final hurdle against the AFC North powerhouse Baltimore […]Read more "Injury ravaged Eagles show plenty of grit in failed comeback bid vs Ravens"
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"
When it rains, it pours. The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday that offensive guard Matt Pryor has been placed on the COVID-19 list. This is obviously concerning, but not necessarily indicative that Pryor has the virus. Pryor had been the team’s starting RG dating back to week 3 after jumping in against the Rams in […]Read more "Eagles OL Matt Pryor placed on COVID-19 list ahead of week 6"
The Eagles have released their status report ahead of this weekend’s game against Baltimore. If the odds weren’t already stacked against them, they are now. Most notably, the team will be without franchise RT Lane Johnson, and RG Matt Pryor. The Eagles offensive line was already banged up beyond beleif, with backups manning 3/5 spots. […]Read more "Eagles will be without seven key players when they host the Ravens"
To the naked eye, the season so far has been a trainwreck for the 1-3-1 Philadelphia Eagles and a game against the Baltimore Ravens won’t fill many with confidence. But are the home team, who are welcoming fans back into the stadium for the first time this season, more prepared than we think? Jalen Hurts […]Read more "Are the Eagles more prepared to face the Ravens than we think?"
The Eagles activated a 21-day practice window for Will Parks yesterday The versatile DB missed the opening stanza of the season with a hamstring injury, but is now close to making a debut on a defense that is in dire need of his services. Parks was signed to a one-year deal this past offseason, joining […]Read more "The return of Will Parks could be a gamechanger for the Eagles Defense"
The Eagles have made a few roster moves in preparation for the return of versatile DB Will Parks, who missed the opening stanza of the season with a hamstring injury. A 21-day practice window has now been activated for Parks, whose injury was initially expected to set him back 6 weeks. This provides hope that […]Read more "Eagles make series of roster move & prepare for return of Will Parks"
Since 2016, the Philadelphia Eagles have struggled to find a go-to player for Carson Wentz at the wide receiver position. Injuries, anonymous sources, and poor play have hampered a positional group in dire need of reliability. Luckily for the Eagles, an unexpected hero has come to save the day – Travis Fulgham. And then a […]Read more "Eagles need to realize what they have in Travis Fulgham"
The Eagles ultimately fell short of the mark on Sunday in a game that fell entirely on the defense. A 39-28 loss will leave a sour taste in the mouths of many, but was it all that bad? It’s report card time! Quarterback While a pair of interceptions might not show it in the box […]Read more "Eagles Report Card: Grading the team’s week 5 loss to Steelers"