Releasing Mack Hollins might end up being the Eagles’ most applauded decision of 2019. The former fourth-round pick was worryingly unproductive this season, in a year where the Eagles desperately needed to step up in wake of an injury crisis. But with a quarter of the season remaining, the Eagles only have four wide receivers. […]Read more "Do the Eagles need to find a replacement for Mack Hollins?"
Well, that didn’t last long. Just two games into his third tenure as an Eagle, the Birds have waived wide receiver Jordan Matthews, per an official announcement from the team. Matthews did record 3 receptions for 27-yards against the Seahawks, but his release is a little puzzling. It could be a sign that Alshon Jeffery […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles release WR Jordan Matthews"
Fresh off a bye week, all signs were pointing towards an intense matchup against the Patriots. That turned out to be the case, but ultimately for all the wrong reasons. Here are some quick takeaways from the frustrating 17-10 loss. Starting fast, ending slow The Eagles had a total of 84 yards in the first […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles suffer offensive meltdown in loss to Patriots"
The Bye-week is in the rearview mirror and the Eagles are preparing to face a familiar foe in the way of the New England Patriots. Memories of Super Bowl 52 will automatically come flooding back, but this game is all about igniting a surge for supremacy for the Eagles. With that in mind, here are […]Read more "Five bold predictions ahead of Eagles Super Bowl 52 rematch"
“I don’t know if it’s been more difficult, but it’s been challenging to integrate him.” The quote that defined 2018 in many ways for the Philadelphia Eagles came from offensive coordinator Mike Groh. It’s one that sticks out like a sore thumb to many, although it really shouldn’t. When asked if it was difficult to […]Read more "Eagles OC Mike Groh has a chance to show growth one year after Golden Tate trade"
A 37-yard touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the postseason – that’s the last memory Eagles fans have of Jordan Matthews. The former second-round pick has given the Philadelphia faithful plenty to smile about during his two tenures with the team, but now in his third, he’s ready to ‘pick up where he left […]Read more "Jordan Matthews is ready to pick up where he left off with the Eagles"
The opening nine games of the 2019 season were a mixed bag for the Philadelphia Eagles. Stunning wins, worrying losses and a cloud of smoke so thick that it became impossible to see what lay ahead for the Super Bowl 52 champions. But through all the highs and lows, the Bye week presented a chance […]Read more "Will a perfectly-timed Bye week spark a playoff push for the Eagles?"
Liam Jenkins breaks down why the return of Jordan Matthews is so significant in more ways than one, as well as explaining how the Bye-week couldn’t have come at a better time for this team. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST ON APPLE PODCASTS https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-outside-insider-podcast/id1120847683?mt=2 Liam JenkinsLiam is a 24-year old sports journalist from the UK and […]Read more "LISTEN: The Eagles & Jordan Matthews love story continues"
After losing DeSean Jackson for the next six weeks, the Eagles were left in a tricky spot. With a lack of production already haunting the wide receiver position and the trade deadline now behind them, they turned to an old friend. Former second-round pick Jordan Matthews. What does this mean for the team moving forward? […]Read more "Instant analysis: The Eagles officially bring back Jordan Matthews"
The dominos are beginning to fall in Philadelphia. With a dire need at wide receiver, the Eagles have waived Safety Andrew Sendejo. The 29-year old Safety was signed as a free agent during the offseason but has endured a bumpy ride so far. He played in 52.9% of defensive snaps through the opening four weeks, […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles waive Andrew Sendejo"