Last offseason, the Eagles selected the TCU wideout over Justin Jefferson, which was justified at the time because the organization viewed Jefferson purely as a slot receiver. Fast forward a year and it looks as though Jalen Reagor will receive the bulk of his snaps in the slot. This is both confusing and frustrating because […]Read more "A move to the slot may add more weight to the shoulders of Jalen Reagor"
The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2021 schedule is officially set, so we’ll look at 3 advantages to this season’s slate of games. Eagles face weak opposing QB’s The Eagles schedule features only a few elite QB’s with games against Patrick Mahomes, Tom Brady, and Matt Ryan. On a tier below that, the Eagles will face Dak Prescott, […]Read more "The Eagles have three big advantages hidden in their 2021 schedule"
The NFL schedule has been out for a little while now and we’ve had some time to collect our thoughts on what lies ahead for the Philadelphia Eagles. Here are the five games I’m personally looking forward to the most in 2021. Eagles vs Panthers – week 5 It was either this or a matchup […]Read more "Ranking the top 5 most exciting games on the Eagles 2021 schedule"
After being drafted 21st overall by the Philadelphia Eagles last year, expectations were high for TCU’s Jalen Reagor, just as they were for the rest of the team. The speedy wideout looked to be the missing piece in Doug Pederson’s offense and finally give Carson Wentz a consistent burner. That ultimately didn’t pan out for […]Read more "It’s time to talk about Jalen Reagor, social media, & weight of expectation"
It may not be the biggest move in the world, but it may be the one that has the biggest impact this offseason. Alex Singleton was an ERFA, meaning that so long as the team made him an offer of a one-year deal at the league minimum, he could not sign elsewhere. On Thursday afternoon, […]Read more "Eagles bring back breakout star Alex Singleton on exclusive rights tender"
It wouldn’t be the start of a new league year without some silly season antics. When it comes to the Eagles and unsubstantiated trade rumors, there’s only one man for the job – Jason La Canfora. His most recent look into the crystal ball placed the Eagles as ‘strong suitors’ for Deshaun Watson. Do not […]Read more "Would a Deshaun Watson trade even make sense for the Eagles?"
While the NFL’s elite juke it out in the playoffs, the rest of the league is outlining a blueprint to ensure that they make the big dance in 2021. For the Texans and the Eagles, a change at quarterback could well be on the cards…but could they help each other out? Eagles QB Carson Wentz […]Read more "What would an Eagles trade for Deshaun Watson look like?"
Much has been said about the Eagles and the decision made by Doug Pederson this past Sunday. In a close week 17 showdown against Washington, the Eagles Head Coach pulled Jalen Hurts in favor of 3rd string QB Nate Sudfeld after a barrage of poorly orchestrated drives. This resulted in a predictable loss and the […]Read more "Were the Eagles right to ‘tank’ for a higher draft pick?"
The 2020/21 season will be remembered as one of complete disappointment for many Philadelphia Eagles fans, but with every cloud comes at least one silver lining. In a year where linebacker depth was minimal, it was Alex Singleton who provided exactly that. Alex Singleton breaks free It’s almost strange to think that at the beginning […]Read more "Alex Singleton wants to be back with the Eagles after breakout year"
The Eagles are coming off of an ugly loss to end the season – one that’s very much on-brand with the way the rest of the year has gone. With nothing to play for in terms of playoff berths, the team eventually surrendered their divisional crown to Washington. It was a game they were projected […]Read more "If Doug Pederson was ‘coaching to win’, why did he bench Jalen Hurts?"