The Monday after a loss is never a fun one, but this one is just excruciating. It’s time to get your boards and markers out once again as we build up our Eagles report card. Quarterback It wasn’t pretty. Wentz may have somehow passed for 270 yards, but it’s the additional 270 he would’ve posted […]Read more "Grading the Eagles’ week one loss to Washington Football team"
The circumstances weren’t what many expected. Fresh off a brand new $128 million extension, Carson Wentz needed to prove the Eagles made the right decision in putting all their eggs in one basket. Towards the midway point of the season, many doubted the former MVP-front-runner. Injuries, miscues, and anonymous sources challenged not only the skill […]Read more "Eagles report card: Grading Carson Wentz’s fourth year in the NFL"
For the second time this season, the Eagles fell to a 17-defeat to the Seattle Seahawks, but there is no questioning which loss hurt more. As upsetting as this defeat was to take, the Eagles made a strong account of themselves. How well did they play? For the penultimate time this year (season report-card pending), […]Read more "Report card: Grading the Eagles playoff loss to Seahawks"
The Eagles did it. They made the doubters swallow their words and turned dreams into a reality. The Birds are in the playoffs and will face the Seattle Seahawks following a 24-17 thumping of the New York Giants. But just how well did the team perform? For the last time this regular season, it’s time […]Read more "Grading the Eagles NFC East clinching victory over the New York Giants"
The Eagles rallied to a 17-9 win over the Dallas Cowboys last night, leading to a ‘win-and-in’ scenario for next week’s game against the Giants. But just how well did the team play? For one final time before Christmas, it’s time to fetch your pens and whiteboards! Quarterback Carson Wentz now has three consecutive games […]Read more "Report card: Grading the Eagles emphatic win over Cowboys"
The Eagles scored 13 late points to clinch a backdoor cover and an important win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday. But how did the team play in comparison to last week? It’s whiteboard and marker time again, folks! Quarterback It was a tale of two halves for Carson Wentz. On one side of the […]Read more "One step forward, one step back: Grading the Eagles’ win over Redskins"
They almost let it slide, but the Eagles came back in incredible fashion to overthrow the struggling New York Giants in overtime. But what did we learn from the overtime win? It’s time to get those report cards out again! Quarterback It wasn’t his prettiest game, but it was one in which he stepped up […]Read more "Unlikely heroes save the day: Grading the Eagles overtime win over Giants"
We’re now three quarters into the 2019/20 NFL season and it hasn’t exactly gone as Eagles fans had hoped. Sitting at 5-7, there are four ‘relatively easy’ easy games remaining, with playoff hopes and divisional bragging rights up for grabs. But how have the Eagles performed over their last four games? It’s time to get […]Read more "The beginning of a steep decline: Eagles quarterly report card"
The Eagles are 4-4 through the opening eight weeks of the season, which is a statement I’m sure none of us thought we’d be saying before the year began. The Birds’ have battled ups, downs, Orlando Scandrick’s ‘Undisputed’ appearance, and anonymous sources. But how has their play been on the field? It’s time to get […]Read more "The party isn’t over yet: Eagles mid-season report card"
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"