There’s no denying that the Eagles offense is in dire need of change. It’s screaming out for any signs of life after a game where the 32nd ranked Seattle pass defense had their way with Carson Wentz and company. Fans have been pounding the table for Head Coach Doug Pederson to give up play-calling duties, […]Read more "Why giving up play-calling simply isn’t an option for Doug Pederson"
Due to some unprecedented circumstances and the holiday this past week, Liam and Ricky were unable to record the podcast. However, we still wanted to spread the love with you all this week by sharing some picks for tonight’s Eagles game. Tonight, the 3-6-1 Philadelphia Eagles face off against MVP candidate Russell Wilson and his […]Read more "Monday Night Football Best Bets: Seahawks at Eagles"
On Sunday morning, a report came out citing that the Eagles were set to give Jalen Hurts an increased role in the offense in tomorrow night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Then, ESPN’s Tim McManus noted that the second-round pick had seen an uptick in reps with the first team in practice, doubling down on […]Read more "The Eagles might have just created a ticking time bomb at quarterback"
Another day, another Eagles’ offensive line injury. Jason Peters appeared on the injury report today, but in news that’s actually surprising, 24-year old Sua Opeta was placed on IR with a back injury. According to Dave Zangaro, Opeta will need surgery on a bulging disc in his back. Today, Jeff Stoutland spoke highly of the […]Read more "What Sua Opeta landing on IR means for the Eagles"
The Eagles are set to field their tenth offensive line combination in eleven games in a season that has been absolutely disastrous on all fronts. Injuries have ravaged the offensive line for what feels like the millionth year in a row, and with Lane Johnson now out for the season, we’re set to see another […]Read more "The silver lining in the Eagles’ never ending game of offensive line roulette"
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?"
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"
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"