Rounding out our series of NFL Honor previews are two accolades that are arguably the most likely for an Eagles player (or staff member) to come away with at the end of the season. But which two are in question? Comeback Player of the Year This might be the easiest award for an Eagles player […]Read more "Is Doug Pederson an early NFL Coach of the year candidate?"
With the big guns out of the way, it’s now time to focus on the next generation of Eagle. Could the Birds have multiple candidates for Rookie of the Year’ honors on their team heading into this season? Offensive Rookie of the Year Jalen Reagor The obvious choice here is the Eagles’ first-round pick. None […]Read more "Which Eagles could be leading candidates for Rookie of the Year awards?"
A little under 12 months ago, the Eagles entered Training Camp with plenty of optimism and some exciting rookies. The team’s 57th overall pick that year, J.J Arcega-Whiteside, had all the makings of an Alshon 2.0 and a future starting X receiver. That was at least until the Eagles guaranteed Jeffery’s 2020 salary and essentially […]Read more "Are the Eagles making a mistake by cross-training rookies so early?"
Next up in our series of predicting which Eagles are in contention for NFL Honors entering the 2020 season, we turn our attention to both the offensive and defensive player of the year. Offensive Player of the Year Truth be told here isn’t a player on the roster, including Wentz, that I believe could put […]Read more "A look at Eagles players who could be candidates for OPOY/DPOY in 2020"
The Eagles have had their fair share of All-Pro honors, Pro Bowl nominations, and Walter Payton Man of the Year awards, but they lack in major individual awards. Here is the last time the Eagles have had a winner in those categories: MVP – Norm Van Brocklin (1960) Offensive Player of the Year – never […]Read more "Two Eagles who could be darkhorse MVP candidates in 2020"
Wonderkid – a young player who has elite potential and is already playing at a level way higher than you’d expect of someone their age. Philadelphia sports is filled with bright talents, but just how exciting does the future look? I decided to rank the top-10 wonderkids playing in the City right now, but since […]Read more "Ranking the top 10 wonderkids in Philadelphia sports"
The Eagles announced that they have waived wide receiver Khalil Tate on Monday evening, just one day before he was set to report to Training Camp. Tate was an interesting prospect coming out of college. At 6-foot-1, 213 pounds, he was a quarterback predominantly known for his running ability. In fact, he was of the […]Read more "Eagles waive UDFA wide receiver one day before Training Camp"
Carson Wentz defenders are quick to bring up the most alarming stat of the 2019 season for the Philadelphia Eagles. Injuries, confusion, confidence, and just plain ole’ incompetence were among the many reasons for the Philadelphia Eagles wideouts struggling in 2019. With training camp coming up in less than two weeks, the outlook on the […]Read more "Last season’s Achilles Heel could be a big strength in 2020 for the Eagles"
It’s been a rollercoaster offseason for the Eagles. A quarterback factory, some hard goodbyes, and a total coaching staff overhaul have given Philadelphia a fresh makeover. There are still some big questions that need to be answered between now and the start of the season, however. Is there enough depth on the offensive line? The […]Read more "3 biggest questions still facing the Eagles after transformative offseason"
“You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” The words of Harvey Dent in one of the most iconic superhero movies of our time, The Dark Knight. It seems fitting for a moment like this, a time where as an Eagles fan, you’d hope would never come […]Read more "2020 may finally be the year that Carson Wentz silences his critics"