Coming off their 2019 bye week, the Eagles are staring down a tough home-stay in which they will welcome the 8-1 New England Patriots and 8-2 Seattle Seahawks in successive weeks. With four of five of the final games of the season being played against division rivals, the playoff picture for the Eagles is quickly […]Read more "Eagles’ early offseason outlook: What changes are on the horizon?"
Has a team ever been as banged up as the Eagles after a BYE WEEK?! Although the injury report has gotten smaller, it seems as though the Eagles are still working through injuries both old and new. Alshon Jeffery missed practice Wednesday and Thursday due to an ankle injury and looks to be out Sunday. […]Read more "How Jay Ajayi will help Eagles get back to 2017 backfield blueprint"
According to numerous reports, former Eagles RB Jay Ajayi is set to work out with the team whom he formerly won a Super Bowl with. Ajayi hasn’t played since tearing his ACL in week 5 of the 2018 season, but averaged a staggering 5.8 yards per carry during his Super Bowl-winning season in 2017, racking […]Read more "Report: RB Jay Ajayi to work out for the Eagles on Friday"
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"
Bye weeks are fun…right? If, like me, you’re sat twiddling your thumbs and wondering what you’re going to do this Sunday without Eagles football to look forward to, here’s a list of five thoughts to ponder over the weekend. Carson Wentz is playing at an exceptional level Let’s not beat around the bush here. Carson […]Read more "Bye week blues: Five thoughts on the Eagles during their week off"
As the Eagles look to take a much-needed break during the Bye week, the importance of offensive success upon their return has sky-rocketed. After news of DeSean Jackson’s injury broke, the wide receiver position has been put under the microscope, but how much is really going to change? The team is 5-4 and only one […]Read more "Eagles should shift their offensive focus away from receivers after the Bye"
“Just stay together and just finish the game.” That was the advice given from Doug Pederson to Carson Wentz before he walked out on the field for a crucial fourth-quarter drive. The Eagles did exactly that and in a game that was slowly beginning to show signs of yet another offensive collapse, they got the […]Read more "The Eagles avoided slipping into old habits against the Bears"
It really was a tale of two halves, but the Eagles go into the Bye-week breathing a sigh of relief. Despite taking a 19-0 lead in the first half, Philadelphia allowed Chicago to get back within five points before advancing down the field in the fourth quarter to put the nail in the coffin. Here’s […]Read more "Eagles hold off a late rally from the Bears to clinch a crucial win"
The Eagles are sitting pretty at 4-4 and will venture into the Bye after this week. Before a chance to catch their breath, they have to face the 3-4 Chicago Bears. Can the Eagles sail into the Bye with a full head of steam? Here are five bold predictions ahead of the matchup. Record so […]Read more "Five bold Eagles predictions ahead of Chicago showdown"
It’s been a tough eight weeks for the Philadelphia Eagles. On the surface, one could call the opening half of the season a disappointment. It started by going 17-0 down to the Washington Redskins and signs to be genuinely optimistic were sporadic from that moment on. But when you dig a little deeper, being at […]Read more "Eagles have one more storm to sail through before the seas calm"