There’s a lot wrong with the Philadelphia Eagles and listing everything might take an entire week, but something that was previously under the radar and soared to the top of the concern pile on Sunday is Pederson’s reluctance to run the ball. This isn’t a new concern. It feels like every season, at some point […]Read more "Why are the Eagles so afraid of running the ball consistently?"
After a close loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Eagles come back home to face the other AFC North defensive powerhouse: the Baltimore Ravens. Before we dive into just how hard this game will be for the Eagles, let’s take a look at last year’s stats, their off-season additions/departures, and this year’s stats. 2019 Ranks: […]Read more "Know Your Eagles Enemy: The Baltimore Ravens"
We’re waiting (anxiously) all day for Sunday Night! The Eagles are under 24-hours away from a clash with the San Francisco 49ers and it’s one that is filled with reasons to be concerned. However, there are a few beacons of hope. Here are five bold predictions for tonight’s game. All along the Eagles Hightowers 2 […]Read more "Five bold Eagles predictions ahead of SNF showdown with 49ers"
The Eagles are less than 24 hours away from a crucial matchup against the 0-2 Bengals. There’s a lot on the line here for both winless teams, but if the Eagles have any hope of making the playoffs, a win here is essential. Here are five bold predictions ahead of the matchup. I would walk […]Read more "Five bold Eagles predictions ahead of week 3 showdown with Bengals"
The Eagles offense is once again struggling to go, but who’s to blame? Last Sunday, the offensive unit looked out of it. Creativity was lacking outside of a couple of Jalen hurts cameos, and Carson Wentz looked just as worrisome as he did in week one. The good news is that the ground game looked […]Read more "Have the Eagles front office already planned for a wobbly 2020?"
For the second week in a row the Philadelphia Eagles have been weighed, measured, and have been found wanting. A 37-19 defeat to the Rams was not what many had in mind today when preparing to watch their team attempt to rebound from a tough loss to Washington. All that happened today was that more […]Read more "Instant takeaways: Eagles given a wake-up call in defeat to Rams"
We’re less than 24-hours away from a week 2 clash between the Eagles and Rams. it’s only fitting that we turn to the crystal ball once again and make some bold predictions ahead of a crucial NFC matchup – one that the Eagles haven’t lost since 2005. I would walk 500 100 Miles If it […]Read more "Five bold predictions for Eagles’ week two clash with Rams"
According to Field Yates, the Eagles are hosting former Falcons running back Devonta Freeman for a workout: The Eagles will be hosting RB Devonta Freeman for a workout. The veteran RB is officially on their radar. — Field Yates (@FieldYates) September 18, 2020 Mike Kaye, of NJ.com, confirms the report but adds it is for […]Read more "Report: Eagles to bring in Devonta Freeman for a workout"
Week one is here and the Eagles are ready for war. The 53-man roster is set and while there’s plenty of excitement surrounding a receiving corps bursting with speed, there seems to be a concern at corner once again with the only outside backup being Craig James. The Eagles officially ended the Sidney Jones era […]Read more "Jim Schwartz says Craig James is among Eagles’ most improved players"
Roster cutdown weekend was a rollercoaster for the Philadelphia Eagles. There were plenty of surprises, both pleasant and not so, throughout the course of a hectic 48-hour period, but one area of the team that looks set for a resurgence is special teams. Looking back Dave Fipp’s unit is traditionally one of the better ones […]Read more "Eagles placed a real emphasis on special teams when forming 53-man roster"