There is no doubting that Jason Peters is a future Hall of Famer. But with each week of 2020 that passes, his legacy is being tarnished a little bit more. A spot of rust here, a blemish there, Peters has done nothing but cause confusion and chaos this season. But still, the Eagles refuse to […]Read more "Why are the Eagles still in love with Jason Peters?"
After another lifeless performance by the Eagles, it’s time to wonder whether Doug Pederson and his time with the Eagles have come to an end? A detailed look at that question is for another article, but if the Eagles were to move on, who should be considered? Here is a look at some options for […]Read more "Taking an early look at potential replacements for Doug Pederson"
The Eagles lost again. They are 3-6-1 and still somehow on top of the NFC East. Here are five things we learned about the team in their somewhat expected, but still disappointing loss to the Browns. No excuses for the Offensive line The Eagles’ offensive line was absolutely atrocious on Sunday and the worst part […]Read more "Five things we learned in the Eagles embarrassing loss to the Browns"
We’re at the midpoint of the NFL season and the Eagles are somehow leading the NFC East with a 3-4-1 record. They’re getting some key players back this week ahead of a clash with the Giants, so what better time to look at every player on the roster? Quarterback Carson Wentz He has to be […]Read more "A note on every Eagles player at the season’s midpoint: Offense edition"
We’ve officially reached the halfway point of the 2020 NFL season and the Eagles are somehow leading the NFC East with a record of 3-4-1. The sky isn’t falling just yet, but just how loud are the rumbles in the clouds? It’s time to get our markers out once more! Quarterback There’s no easy way […]Read more "Eagles mid-season report card: Just how bad has the offense been?"
The Eagles have made a history of bad decisions when it comes to Jason Peters. After finally parting ways with him after the 2019 season, Roseman vowed to change his ways and separate his emotional connection to players who have been around the team for some time from his business decisions. If we fast forward […]Read more "The Eagles can’t afford to let history repeat itself at Left Tackle"
The Eagles are going through growing pains this season, but no position group is hurting more than the offensive line. Carson Wentz has been sacked 5+ times in back to back weeks. The last time that happened to an Eagles quarterback was over 15 years ago. He’s also on pace to be sacked the 4th […]Read more "It’s not all doom and gloom when it comes to the Eagles offensive line"
The Eagles fought a tough uphill battle against their cross-state neighbors, the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday but it wasn’t without flare. While the defense completely kept the offense out of the game, there is still some good to take away from that matchup. Which Eagles are trending up and which have more to do going […]Read more "Eagles stock watch: Risers and fallers going into week 6"
The Eagles ultimately fell short of the mark on Sunday in a game that fell entirely on the defense. A 39-28 loss will leave a sour taste in the mouths of many, but was it all that bad? It’s report card time! Quarterback While a pair of interceptions might not show it in the box […]Read more "Eagles Report Card: Grading the team’s week 5 loss to Steelers"
It was a game where momentum was a pendulum, but ultimately it was the Steelers who came out on top when the clock stopped ticking. The Eagles gave Pittsburgh all they could handle in the 38-29 loss, but it wasn’t enough to get the job done. Here are some quick takeaways from the matchup. Fulgmeister […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles take one step forward & two steps back in week 5"