The Eagles have a lot of problems this season. Quarterbacking, coaching, execution on all counts, you name it, the Eagles are probably struggling with it and are rightly being scrutinized. One thing that hasn’t come up in discussions much yet, however, is authority. There are a lot of different ways you could interpret this. Perhaps […]Read more "Do the Eagles have an authority problem when it comes to injuries?"
Today started off with some bright news but it didn’t take long for a worrisome report to restore normalcy. Right Tackle Lane Johnson spoke with reporters via Zoom and stated that he’s done for the year. This is a huge blow to an already ailing offensive line, but it’s not a surprising one. Johnson has […]Read more "Report: Eagles RT Lane Johnson will miss remainder of the season due to ankle injury"
On the day after Thanksgiving, Eagles fans will be rejoicing. According to a report from John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia, the team will be moving Jason Peters over to right guard and allowing Jordan Mailata back to Left Tackle. The report cites that Peters had been suffering with Turf Toe which was aggravated in […]Read more "Report: Eagles moving Jason Peters to RG and giving Mailata LT reins"
Happy thanksgiving everyone! As you all prepare to feast on Turkey and reminisce about the good times, I thought it’d be a good opportunity to remind you about some positives that surround the Eagles this season. As hard as that is to believe, there are some things fans should be thankful for! The season is […]Read more "Five things Eagles fans should be thankful for this thanksgiving"
It’s been a chaotic week for the Philadelphia Eagles. Speculation surrounding the future of the quarterback position has been swirling after another disappointing display from Carson Wentz. If there’s one man who can put a definitive end to that, it’s Head Coach Doug Pederson…but that’s not what happened on Wednesday. As expected, Pederson met with […]Read more "Pederson’s presser etiquette does nothing to help Eagles QB controversy"
The Eagles have a slight quarterback problem. Carson Wentz leads the league in interceptions and has struggled massively this season, unaided by a myriad of issues around him. Questions surrounding his starting status are creeping out of the floorboards, but would benching the NDSU product really accomplish anything? Pros of benching Carson Wentz A time […]Read more "Examining the Pros and cons of benching Carson Wentz"
It’s been a tumultuous season for Eagles fans. A year filled with heartbreak, confusion, anger, and frustration – 2020 has not been one for the faint-hearted. But if every cloud does indeed have a silver-lining, the emergence of Alex Singleton is one that continues to shine through on the darkest of days. The linebacker position […]Read more "Alex Singleton’s rise shouldn’t be overlooked due to Eagles’ struggles"
There is no doubting that Jason Peters is a future Hall of Famer. But with each week of 2020 that passes, his legacy is being tarnished a little bit more. A spot of rust here, a blemish there, Peters has done nothing but cause confusion and chaos this season. But still, the Eagles refuse to […]Read more "Why are the Eagles still in love with Jason Peters?"
After weeks of bad performances backed up by ‘I need to be better’ quotes and desperation to clutch at any excuse that saves admission of the fact Carson Wentz has regressed, the end might finally be on the horizon. Wentz looked atrocious against the Browns, and like every game, he wasn’t the sole problem, but […]Read more "Benching Carson Wentz wouldn’t necessarily mean giving Jalen Hurts the keys"
After another lifeless performance by the Eagles, it’s time to wonder whether Doug Pederson and his time with the Eagles have come to an end? A detailed look at that question is for another article, but if the Eagles were to move on, who should be considered? Here is a look at some options for […]Read more "Taking an early look at potential replacements for Doug Pederson"