With the start of training camp only days away, the excitement of having football is brewing like never before. Although fans won’t be allowed at Lincoln Financial Field this season, don’t expect that to stop them from repping their Eagles but right now there are other people that need to rep their team like never […]Read more "Ranking the 10 most important Eagles going into the 2020 season"
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s rookie season didn’t exactly pan out the way many were hoping. Due to lack of opportunity and inability to separate as an NFL receiver, JJAW finished the season with a paltry stat-line and a depreciated buzz regarding his future. However, he will get a shot at redemption in his second year with Alshon […]Read more "Realistic Projections for J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s Second Season"
The Eagles have built a Super Bowl-caliber team on paper but many questions still remain. How will injuries impact the team this season? Who will step up from the WR group? What will the offense look like now that there are so many voices in the offensive coordinator room? There are several players that will […]Read more "5 Eagles who will be crucial to a Super Bowl run in 2020"
This offseason has been a transformative one for the Eagles wide receiver room. Nelson Agholor was released and three speedy wideouts were added through the draft, along with a trade for Marquise Goodwin. The need for speed was certainly quenched, but where does this leave JJ Arcega-Whiteside? The 57th overall selection one year ago endured […]Read more "Eagles’ offseason could be exactly what JJ Arcega-Whiteside needed"
The Eagles announced a pair of roster moves on Thursday evening that pave the way for two of the later UDFA signings to make the roster. QB Khalil Tate and an international program product in DE Matt Leo join the Eagles, but it’s a pair of wide receivers who make way. Marken Michel Many were […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles release pair of wide receivers"
The outbreak of COVID-19 may have plunged a thorn into the side of draft preparations, but it hasn’t stopped teams from doing as much homework as possible on potential prospects. The Eagles are no exception, but reports of players they’ve met have been hard to find all in one place. With that in mind, here’s […]Read more "What we can learn from the Eagles pre-draft meetings: Offense edition"
Arguably no wide receiver in the 2020 NFL Draft class has seen their stock rise more than Baylor’s Denzel Mims. Since performing in the 2020 Senior Bowl, Mims impressed NFL teams by showing his natural ability to be a real weapon for an offense while running a full route tree, and regularly creating separation with […]Read more "Should the Eagles consider taking Denzel Mims with the 21st overall pick?"
Another day, another wideout linked to the Eagles. After a season of lackluster wide receiver play in Philly, the Birds have been linked to virtually every pass-catcher this offseason as the franchise aims to fortify their weakest unit. Today, I offer another alternative in the form of 49ers wideout Marquise Goodwin. Known best for his […]Read more "Should the Eagles kick the tires on WR Marquise Goodwin?"
There’s no denying that the Eagles wide receiver position is set for a shakeup this offseason. The need for speed that has only grown in each season since Pederson’s arrival is now at an all-time high and there is a strong chance the Eagles will want to start a clean slate in 2020. If we […]Read more "Eagles’ faith in Arcega-Whiteside will shape the future of the WR position"
It’s a tradition as old as time. Some call them their best friend, others claim them as their siblings. You know what I’m talking about. Its the same old game plan that every guy has when they’re heading out for the night in hopes to meet someone. You don’t just call anybody to go with […]Read more "It’s time for the Eagles to find Carson Wentz a wingman at wide receiver"