After impressing in practice, the Miles Sanders hype train really caught steam in Thursday night’s game vs Jacksonville. He ran the ball effectively, carrying 5 times for 31 yards, but even when he didn’t get big gains, he showed a lethal lateral move and good vision. However, during the NFL draft, training camp, and preseason, […]Read more "Busting three myths about Eagles running back Miles Sanders"
When the Eagles travel to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars this evening, writers will have their pick of eye-catching headlines, even if it is just the preseason. Nick Foles (who won’t play), Cody Kessler (who will play a lot) and Malik Jackson (who will play some) face off against their former teams. Eagles fans […]Read more "Eight overlooked players to watch in Eagles preseason clash with Jags"
Last season did not go according to plan for the Eagles offense- especially in the running game. Philly recorded just 1,570 rushing yards on the season. The putrid amount not only registered as the fifth-fewest in the entire NFL but was nearly a 600-yard drop-off from the Super Bowl campaign the season prior. As one […]Read more "Miles Sanders will be an X-Factor in maximizing Eagles rushing efforts"
When the Eagles backfield was finalized following the 2019 NFL Draft, it was assumed that the shape was set in stone. Bowling ball Jordan Howard would act as the lead back, while electrifying rookie Miles Sanders would be second in command, bringing a more elusive skill set that is lethal in the open field and […]Read more "Miles Sanders making an early case to become Eagles RB1 in 2019"
It took three years, but Doug Pederson was finally able to find a WR2 solution. It wasn’t Dorial-Green Beckham, nor was it Torrey Smith or Mike Wallace. Instead, it was the man who created the void, to begin with; DeSean Jackson. But with a receiver who averaged 18.9 yards per reception last year back in […]Read more "With the ‘need for speed’ filled, the Eagles are aware that size matters"
Last season did not go according to plan for the Eagles offense- especially the ground game. A major component of HC Doug Pederson’s offensive scheme, the running game fell flat in 2018, recording just 1570 rushing yards. The putrid amount not only registered as the fifth-fewest in the entire NFL but was nearly a 600-yard […]Read more "Why Jordan Howard could be set to lead a rushing resurgence in Eagles backfield"
With all of the changes and added pieces to the roster this season, one group has been buried underneath all of the noise for some odd reason. Two years ago the Eagles relied heavily upon three running backs to help lead them to the promised land. At first, the running game was not a focal […]Read more "Do the Eagles finally have an elite running back group again?"
Training Camp is a little under three weeks away for the Philadelphia Eagles and we’ve officially hit the point of the offseason where content is so scarce, comparing running backs to Pokemon suddenly becomes a viable option. Seriously, listen to my latest podcast if you don’t believe me. But when focusing on the running backs […]Read more "Is Eagles RB Wendell Smallwood really on the outside looking in?"
After exploding onto the scene as an undrafted rookie free agent two seasons ago, Corey Clement struggled through a down year in 2018. He knows it, the fans know it and it showed on film. High hopes abounded for the young man in his second season and what he showed simply didn’t cut it. With […]Read more "Corey Clement could still have a huge role to play in Eagles offense next season"
OTA’s are finally upon us. The road to week one officially begins now, with voluntary spring workouts taking place at the NovaCare Complex. While some players are absent due to rehabbing injuries and others for unknown reasons, there’s a renewed sense of excitement in the air, especially when it comes to the offense. The Eagles […]Read more "Pederson excited to see how new pieces fit in Eagles offensive puzzle"