Master Teague started his football career playing high school football at Blackman High School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Teague was a 4 star recruit by the end of his time there and was ranked the 8th and 11th best running back by Rivals and 247Sports respectively. Teague then committed to Ohio State in 2017 and went on to have a […]Read more "Eagles Draft Watch: Getting to know Master Teague"
Nick Bolton was born in Frisco, Texas, where he attended Lone Star High School. Bolton put up 111 tackles and one interception in his junior season and went on to amass 130 tackles and 5 interceptions in his senior year. He then committed to the University of Missouri, where he had a brilliant 3-year career. […]Read more "Eagles Draft Watch: Getting to know Nick Bolton"
This year’s NFL offseason is pulling no punches when it comes to headlines. The Carolina Panthers started their week with a blockbuster trade for Jets QB Sam Darnold. Both teams retain their first-round selections, altering the landscape of the top-10 picks fairly substantially. What does this mean for the Eagles? A minor quibble for the […]Read more "How are the Eagles impacted by the Sam Darnold trade?"
The Eagles have undergone a turbulent offseason and left a trail of devastation in their wake. From a change at quarterback to an entirely new coaching staff, there won’t be much in the way of familiarity when it comes to next season. The theme of 2021 so far has been getting under the cap and […]Read more "How much longer will Fletcher Cox remain in the Eagles’ long-term plans?"
A little while back, I made the case why every position (outside K, P, LS) is a position of need at pick six for the Eagles. Since then, there have been countless debates about Chase, Smith, Pitts, Fields, Wilson, punters, kickers, long snap… sorry. The case was made for defensive help at six by our […]Read more "Eagles draft watch: Making the case for & against top offensive prospects"
The Eagles headed into Dallas with a very strong chance of staying alive in the NFC East divisional title race. Things started off well. They leaped out to a 14-3 lead after the first quarter, their biggest since week one, and even the Panthers were able to beat Washington. That hope lasted all of a […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles embarrassingly crash out of NFC East title race"
There’s nothing more exciting than December football, especially when playoff implications are involved. For better or worse, every team in the NFC East has a shot at winning the divisional crown and advancing to the playoffs. With just two games left this season, here’s how the Philadelphia Eagles can still make their way into the […]Read more "NFC East playoff picture: How the Eagles can still clinch the division"
Just in case we didn’t have enough tea to start today with, the Eagles announced on Monday Morning that they had cut offensive lineman Jamon Brown from their practice squad. This may seem like a normal transaction, but according to Derrick Gunn, it’s anything but. I’m unsure what ‘conduct detrimental to the team’ means, but […]Read more "Eagles release Jamon Brown from practice squad after being kicked from team hotel"
The Eagles beat the Giants and the WFT beat the Cowboys, putting Philadelphia at the top of the NFC East pecking order. How likely are the Eagles to still be sat there by the time the season ends? Let’s take a look. Philadelphia Eagles After coming so close yet so far against two elite defenses, […]Read more "How likely are the Eagles to win the NFC East after week 7?"
Last night, a full college football Saturday occurred for the first time in the 2020/21 season. The Eagles sent representatives to the Michigan vs Minnesota game in order to get an early eye on the 2021 draft class. It’s safe to say they were treated to a great game as it ended up 49-24 Michigan […]Read more "Who Impressed the Eagles Scouts at Michigan vs Minnesota?"