Jason Peters is going to be a Hall of Famer when he eventually retires. An undrafted free agent out of Arkansas, Peters was originally a tight end out of college. His move to Right Tackle, and eventually Left Tackle, would make him one of the more athletic offensive linemen in the league. Nine Pro Bowls, […]Read more "What should the Eagles do with Jason Peters?"
The 2019 Philadelphia Eagles’ season has come and gone and just like all good things we must diminish it to quantifiable lists to squabble over. Before diving headfirst into pre-draft and free agency season, which is about to engulf you like Christmas lights on December 1st, let’s take a look back at some of the […]Read more "Who were the Top 5 Eagles in a rollercoaster 2019 season?"
Running the ball has become the Eagles ‘bread and butter’ this season and with good reason. Jordan Howard has proven himself to be a dream-fit in this offense and the ever-versatile Miles Sanders is starting to flash real signs of development as his rookie year goes on. Luckily for the Eagles, their ‘Thunder and lightning’ […]Read more "Eagles ‘thunder & lightning’ backfield has created the perfect storm for a playoff push"
If you’ve been paying close attention to the recent reports out of training camp, you may have noticed the common theme. Rookie left tackle, Andre Dillard has been really getting the best out of several defensive players. Defensive end Derek Barnett had to be pulled away from the first-round pick during a scuffle recently and […]Read more "Intense summer has revealed why the Eagles offensive line is so dominant"
We asked, you answered. In the first part of our All-Decade series, we take a look at the 2010s offense. On Twitter, @PhiladelphiaSN for those of you living under a rock, we put out some polls over the course of Monday and Tuesday asking for your vote on who should represent the decade at each […]Read more "Creating the Eagles All-2010’s Team: Offense Edition"
For the last three offseasons, fans have asked themselves the same questions. The first will be something along the lines of ‘How on earth are the Eagles going to sign player X when they have no cap space?’. The second, asked a few weeks later will sound something like ‘How does Roseman do it?!’. The […]Read more "How Roseman and Eagles are consistently able to break free of salary cap chains"
If there’s one sentiment we can take from the last few weeks, it’s that ‘building through the trenches’ isn’t just a means to sustaining success, it’s a lifestyle for the Eagles. Jason Kelce, Brandon Graham and Isaac Seumalo have all been rewarded with new contracts for their efforts, but it’s the last name who may […]Read more "Isaac Seuamlo’s extension could turn out to be Eagles most impactful offseason move"
The Eagles suffered a crushing playoff loss to New Orleans on Sunday evening, but one of the most upsetting aspects of that defeat was seeing right guard, Brandon Brooks, carried off the field after such a dominant season. Brooks was set to make his second consecutive Pro Bowl appearance later this month Injured early in […]Read more "Brandon Brooks says tearing Achilles ‘did nothing but light a fire I needed’"
After completing one of the most improbable playoff berth-clinching runs in recent memory following a 4-6 start to the season, the Eagles find themselves in the big dance once again. Victors of five of their last six games- including a 24-0 shutout against division rival Washington to round out the regular season- Philly looks deadlier than […]Read more "Eagles Battle Tested Offensive Line Primed For War at Soldier Field"
The NFL announced their Pro Bowl rosters for 2019 last night, with three Eagles players being named to the celebratory event. Zach Ertz, Brandon Brooks and Fletcher Cox will be representing Philadelphia in Florida on January 27th, but there were several other names who should be joining them. Jason Kelce: Alex Mack and Max […]Read more "Snub watch: The three Eagles who absolutely deserved to make the Pro Bowl"