2-2 feels a lot better than 1-3, right Eagles fans? It feels even better knowing that the Cowboys dropped a very winnable game against New Orleans and the divisional race is well and truly back on. But how do the Eagles grade through four weeks of the regular season? Quarterback With the exception of a […]Read more "Eagles are rebounding strongly from slow start: Quarterly report card"
The Eagles were less than an inch short of the mark on Sunday night, falling to Atlanta in a 24-20 loss by the smallest of margins. It was a game riddled with setbacks and injuries, but how did the team look? It’s time to get out your whiteboards and grade last night’s loss. Quarterback It […]Read more "Safeties shine as offense falters: Grading the Eagles loss to Falcons"
After taking a closer look at the offense in yesterday’s report card, it’s time to apply the magnifying glass to the defense in today’s evaluation. Eagles mid-season report card: Offense edition Defensive line: The injury to Timmy Jernigan was thought to be monumental at the time the team released their statement that sent him to IR, […]Read more "Eagles mid-season report card: Defense edition"
We’re at the midway point of the season and the Eagles are on a much needed Bye week. What better time to take a look at the team’s production through eight weeks, starting with the offense? Quarterback: It’s hard not to be impressed with the Eagles quarterback position after eight weeks of football. Nick […]Read more "Eagles mid-season report card: Offense edition"
It’s been a long Monday for Eagles fans, who have still been trying to get over the heartbreaking overtime loss to Tennessee. There’s so much finger pointing going on right now and it’s difficult to really blame one specific area. But were there any positives? Here’s this week’s report card. Quarterback You couldn’t really […]Read more "Jeffery helps offense take flight but defense drags behind: Grading the Eagles loss to Titans"
The Eagles were just short of the mark against the Bucs, despite a solid comeback effort late in the game. But where does the blame really lie? There were several big plays that draw attention and finger pointing, but there were more contributing factors to the team’s first loss of the season than a couple […]Read more "Stock up, stock down: Grading the Eagles week 2 loss to Tampa Bay"
The morning after the night before is always a lot sweeter when there’s a win involved. The Eagles sit alone at the top of the NFL with a 6-1 record after forcing their way back into the game and past the Washington Redskins on Monday Night. How did the team perform? Let’s take a closer […]Read more "Tuesday Morning Report Card: Grading Eagles resurgent win over Redskins"
There have been plenty of narratives to follow during Doug Pederson’s first season as an NFL Head Coach, but one of the most exciting has been a focus on development. The Eagles drafted plenty of rookies this season as well as signing a multitude of undrafted free agents to the roster. It’s surprising that so […]Read more "Eagles rookie report card: End of season edition"
Doug Pederson’s first divisional game as Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles left a lot to be desired. The birds had their flaws exposed on both sides of the ball, but were there any redeeming factors in such a tough loss? Quarterback: It’s easy to discredit Carson Wentz for his inaccurate throws, questionable decision making […]Read more "Grading the Eagles disappointing loss to Redskins"