The New York Jets have been in the news lately. If you haven’t heard, (well first off where have you been?) they signed running back Le’Veon Bell to a four year deal on Wednesday. As a corresponding move, the Jets released running back Isaiah Crowell. The Eagles have a glaring need at running back and […]Read more "Did the Eagles next running back just get released by the Jets?"
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Jaguars are trying to deal both Carlos Hyde and Malik Jackson. The Eagles are projected to have a glaring hole at the running back position, but should they be interested in kicking the tires on the 28-year old? For starters, there were reports surfacing at the end of February […]Read more "Should the Eagles be interested in trading for RB Carlos Hyde?"
When Doug Pederson was first hired by the Philadelphia Eagles back in 2016, nobody really knew what to expect. But if you were to go off recent history and how he coordinated the offense in Kansas City, the conclusion would be that a committee effort in relief of an injured Jamaal Charles arguably served him […]Read more "Three years into the Doug Pederson era and Eagles are no closer to running back stability"
Now that the dust is settling following a dreamy win over the Chicago Bears, all eyes are turning to the grudge match between Philadelphia and New Orleans. Spirits are understandably high, but when it was revealed that moments before Cody Parkey hit the post, Jason Kelce walked over to Nick Foles to tell the QB […]Read more "Against elite run defenses, Eagles RB Wendell Smallwood is making the most of his opportunities"
Philadelphia’s defense of their Super Bowl crown has not gone according to plan. Instead of playing for consecutive first-round-byes, the Eagles are fighting for their playoff lives. Plenty of blame can go around from the players to the coaches. However, there have been some bright spots this season and perhaps none brighter than the recent emergence […]Read more "Is Josh Adams the long-term answer for the Eagles at running back?"
For the first time all season, the Philadelphia Eagles have won back-to-back games. It’s been a long road and one full of setbacks, adversity and unease. But here they sit, 6-6, clinging onto a playoff berth by a thread, fighting for every inch of rope they can get their hands on. If there’s one player […]Read more "If there’s one player who personifies this Eagles team, it’s Darren Sproles"
After a demoralizing loss to the Cowboys Sunday night, the Philadelphia Eagles hold a 4-5 record, good for third place in the laughably weak NFC East. The Eagles defense made Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot seem like Steve McNair and Eddie George in their primes, letting Zeke run wild and allowing Dak’s second-highest passing total […]Read more "Is it too late for the Eagles to fix their running back situation?"
The Eagles announced today that starting running back Jay Ajayi had torn his ACL and would miss the remainder of the season. A heartbreaking injury for a player who has already endured this injury once (on his other leg) and was set to enjoy a breakout season in his final contracted year, with new agent […]Read more "Stars and sleepers: Ten running backs the Eagles should absolutely look at to replace Jay Ajayi"
Preseason is officially over and we’re now just six days from the Eagles regular season opener against Atlanta. The road to defending their Super Bowl crown begins right now, but first, we have go through the toughest weekend of the year. Over 1,000 current NFL players will by unemployed by Saturday due to roster cuts. […]Read more "Shock cuts on the horizon? Jenkins’ final Eagles 53-man roster prediction"
One of Philadelphia’s most important acquisitions of the 2017 season was running back Jay Ajayi. Prior to the team’s clash with Denver, the Eagles poached the Brit away from the clutches of a Miami team that was seemingly on a different page and looked set to turn him loose behind the Eagles offensive front. That’s […]Read more "Is Eagles running back Jay Ajayi set to become NFL’s ‘human cheat code’ in 2018?"