2014. That was the last time the Eagles had a 1,000 yard rusher and 1,000 yard receiver. LeSean McCoy had 1,319 yards rushing while Jeremy Maclin added 1,318 yards receiving. Despite less than stellar QB play from Nick Foles and Mark Sanchez, the Eagles were still able to go 10-6 on the backs of the […]Read more "Are the Eagles finally poised to break a six-year drought?"
Who’d have thought? After an offseason of endless reports citing that the departure of Zach Ertz from the City of Brotherly Love is imminent, it looks as though he might be staying after all. Of course, this isn’t exactly a bad thing, providing that all of the problems embedded into his relationship with the team […]Read more "Maybe there’s a happy ending for Zach Ertz and the Eagles after all"
Well, it’s finally happened. The Philadelphia Eagles have removed their giant banner of Carson Wentz from the side of Lincoln Financial Field. Now comes the much tricker part. Who should replace him? Obviously the Eagles have to be smart here. They can’t really go and put Nick Foles up because of the obvious conflicted emotions […]Read more "Who should the Eagles replace Carson Wentz with on their stadium banner?"
One of the most polarizing positions on the Eagles roster is wide receiver, as it has been for years. With training camp just around the corner, all eyes are on the newcomer and the “veterans” that have been tasked to help skyrocket the development of Jalen Hurts. So who will be WR3? Will there be […]Read more "Eagles Training Camp Positional Preview: Wide Receiver"
While all eyes are on the wide receivers this season when it comes to the Eagles, the running back group has probably grown into one of the deepest positions on the roster. Compared to previous seasons, the team has a unique mix of young and veteran talent surrounding their centerpiece in Miles Sanders. While Sanders […]Read more "Eagles Training Camp Positional Preview: Running Back"
With a little under two weeks away until the Philadelphia Eagles kick off a long Summer of Training Camp, it’s time to take a closer look at a 90-man roster that’s all but finalized. The Eagles have been relatively quiet this offseason and their roster features plenty of unproven talent. Bookmakers both sides of the […]Read more "Eagles 53-man roster prediction: Pre-training camp edition"
For over two decades the strength of the Eagles offense was held in their offensive line. Spoiled by All-Pro’s and and transformative talents, the Eagles come into the 2021 season with the OL still as their biggest strength, even after a very questionable 2020 campaign. In 2020, five perceived starters on the OL were placed […]Read more "Eagles Training Camp Positional preview: Offensive line"
The Philadelphia Eagles have placed a heavy emphasis on competition this offseason and nothing will enrich it more than a joint practice. The team announced on Tuesday that there will be a pair of joint practices this Summer, with the New York jets and New England Patriots both coming to town for a taste of […]Read more "Eagles announce joint Training Camp practices with Patriots & Jets"
Training camp is a little over two weeks away for the Philadelphia Eagles and after a long year of disappointment in the realm of Philly sports, the Eagles will be carrying the hopes and expectations of many through the Summer. There are plenty of storylines, players, and battles to watch when the Birds touch down […]Read more "Eagles training camp positional preview: Quarterback"
When thinking about the offensive line last year, it’s all too easy to remember that Jamon Brown game, an endless slurry of sacks, and the 14 different combinations scrambled together amidst an awful injury crisis. Lost in all of the negativity though is the rise of a player who could go on to have a […]Read more "Is Nate Herbig the next product of the Eagles offensive line factory?"