Today’s game was the perfect summation of everything we’ve come to both love and loathe about this year’s Philadelphia Eagles. From a seemingly never-ending barrage of injuries to a heroic comeback attempt under impossible circumstances, the Eagles fell short of the mark on Sunday, tripping at the final hurdle against the AFC North powerhouse Baltimore […]Read more "Injury ravaged Eagles show plenty of grit in failed comeback bid vs Ravens"
The Eagles fought a tough uphill battle against their cross-state neighbors, the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday but it wasn’t without flare. While the defense completely kept the offense out of the game, there is still some good to take away from that matchup. Which Eagles are trending up and which have more to do going […]Read more "Eagles stock watch: Risers and fallers going into week 6"
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"
To the naked eye, the season so far has been a trainwreck for the 1-3-1 Philadelphia Eagles and a game against the Baltimore Ravens won’t fill many with confidence. But are the home team, who are welcoming fans back into the stadium for the first time this season, more prepared than we think? Jalen Hurts […]Read more "Are the Eagles more prepared to face the Ravens than we think?"
For a guy who had never worn a football helmet prior to being drafted, preseason football means everything. Every game, every practice, and every snap is vital in proving that you belong. Mailata, who was drafted 233rd overall last year really was a feel-good story. The Australian former Rugby player, who was cut because he […]Read more "Jordan Mailata showed real progress in Eagles preseason loss to Ravens"
If you’ve followed my previous articles, you’d know that I love to write about the New Jersey native Corey Clement. From local high school star, Melvin Gordon’s backup, overlooked college prospect with blemishes on his record, undrafted free agent to Superbowl hero — then followed by a disappointing second year ending in injury — not […]Read more "A slimmed-down Corey Clement is good news for the Eagles"
The Eagles third preseason game was called early due to the lightning above Lincoln Financial Field. Of course, usually when mother nature acts up its just because but this time around it was different. It seemed mother nature may have acted up due to a certain Eagles player! While the bright lights were shining above […]Read more "Lightning flashes over the Linc as does JJ Arcega-Whiteside."
The Eagles have just wrapped up an ugly loss to the Ravens, after Mother Nature took control in the fourth quarter and refused to see the rest of the game. The Eagles “starting” offense looked off, mustering a big goose egg in the first half. However, if you look past the box score, you’ll see […]Read more "The good, bad, and ugly from Eagles preseason loss to Ravens"
The Eagles will play host to Baltimore later tonight in their third preseason contest. This is often the game that decides many of the major roster battles and as a result, there will be plenty to pay attention to. The Thorson pressure cooker It’s unlikely we see a lot from Josh McCown tonight and it’s […]Read more "Five things to watch in Eagles’ preseason clash with Ravens"
The Eagles and Ravens held their second and final joint practice ahead of Thursday’s preseason clash. Here are five things we learned! #CB1 It looks as though the race for CB1 honors may be coming to a close. Ronald Darby participated in 11-on-11 action against the Ravens offense and held his own. There was little […]Read more "Five things we learned in Eagles vs Ravens joint practice"