After impressing in practice, the Miles Sanders hype train really caught steam in Thursday night’s game vs Jacksonville. He ran the ball effectively, carrying 5 times for 31 yards, but even when he didn’t get big gains, he showed a lethal lateral move and good vision. However, during the NFL draft, training camp, and preseason, […]Read more "Busting three myths about Eagles running back Miles Sanders"
Last season did not go according to plan for the Eagles offense- especially in the running game. Philly recorded just 1,570 rushing yards on the season. The putrid amount not only registered as the fifth-fewest in the entire NFL but was nearly a 600-yard drop-off from the Super Bowl campaign the season prior. As one […]Read more "Miles Sanders will be an X-Factor in maximizing Eagles rushing efforts"
Miles Sanders has been a topic of conversation for many folks in South Philly as of late. From the moment he was drafted with the 54th overall pick to the unfortunate hamstring injury that kept him out of OTA’s. It’s been a constant concern for the media, not being able to see the Eagles second-round […]Read more "Eagles RB Miles Sanders will be eased into Camp so he’s full speed for regular season"
Last season did not go according to plan for the Eagles offense- especially the ground game. A major component of HC Doug Pederson’s offensive scheme, the running game fell flat in 2018, recording just 1570 rushing yards. The putrid amount not only registered as the fifth-fewest in the entire NFL but was nearly a 600-yard […]Read more "Why Jordan Howard could be set to lead a rushing resurgence in Eagles backfield"
The Eagles made a slightly surprising move in bringing back 36-year old running back Darren Sproles. After missing 23 games in the last two years, Sproles is back for one last rodeo to finish his career as an Eagle, with whom he’s been breaking ankles with since 2014, and push for another Super Bowl ring. […]Read more "Which Eagles running backs have the most to prove after Sproles signing?"
According to Ian Rapoport, the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with veteran running back Darren Sproles, bringing him back to the City of Brotherly Love on a one-year deal, giving him what is likely one last shot at another ring. This is an interesting move for the Eagles and one that comes with an […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles bring back Darren Sproles on a one-year deal"
With all of the changes and added pieces to the roster this season, one group has been buried underneath all of the noise for some odd reason. Two years ago the Eagles relied heavily upon three running backs to help lead them to the promised land. At first, the running game was not a focal […]Read more "Do the Eagles finally have an elite running back group again?"
According to NJ.Com’s Mike Kaye, Eagles running back Josh Adams will not be present for the opening phase of the team’s offseason conditioning program that kicks off today. While this is a completely voluntary program, Kaye cites that Adams should be set to return by the time Training Camp rolls around in July. “Adams underwent […]Read more "Report: Eagles RB Josh Adams to miss time after undergoing surgery"
There is no doubting that the Jordan Howard trade is one of extreme value for the Eagles. The 24-year old who has amassed over 3,700 yards in his first three NFL seasons brings a bowling ball style back to the City of Brotherly Love, replacing what the team lost in Blount one year ago and […]Read more "The Jordan Howard trade ends Eagles backfield bedlam…for now"
The Eagles have had a very successful offseason to this point, filling a huge array of needs through free agency. There are some new faces on defense and some familiar ones returning on both sides of the ball through some wizardry from Howie Roseman, but there is one glaring hole remaining; running back. It seems […]Read more "Which running back prospect is the best fit for the Eagles?"