Let’s turn back time. It’s June 2020. Free agency is in the rearview mirror along with the NFL Draft and all eyes are on whatever Training Camp is going to look like. In the eyes of many, the Eagles had a lethal offseason. They drafted (controversially) well despite a few criticisms, and made a flurry […]Read more "Free agency signings have been a bitter letdown for the Eagles in 2020"
While the mid-season report card for the Eagles offense might have been difficult to stomach, the second course on the menu should go down a little easier…at least in theory. The Eagles rank 9th in average yards given up per game (having played one game more than 5 of the teams ahead of them) and […]Read more "Eagles mid-season report card: A tale of two halves for the defense"
The Eagles are one day away from an important divisional clash with the New York Giants. The good news is that help is finally on the way. The bad news is that it may be negated. In positive news, DeSean Jackson will return to the lineup after missing the last 3 games with a hamstring […]Read more "Eagles injury report: There’s good news and bad news"
ESPN’s Field Yates revealed on Wednesday morning that Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has recently restructured his contract. Here’s everything you need to know. As we know, the NFL Trade deadline is approaching and the Eagle need help. The Eagles had around $20M in cap space exiting the offseason and an extra boost of $5M […]Read more "Instant analysis: What Fletcher Cox restructure means for Eagles"
Good news (kind of). Eagles running back Miles Sanders picked up what looked like a nasty injury on Sunday and there was some sufficient concern surrounding its severity. According to Chris Mortensen, Sanders will likely be sidelined 1-2 weeks. The run-game has been ailing behind a battered offensive line, but it hasn’t stopped Sanders from […]Read more "Report: Eagles could be without last two offensive stars for several weeks"
The Eagles fell just short of the mark in a heroic comeback bid against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but what did we learn? It’s time to take a closer look at each positional group before we look forward to preparations for a short week. Quarterback What Carson Wentz did in the fourth quarter yesterday […]Read more "Eagles report card: Grading yesterday’s loss to Baltimore"
The defensive line in Philadelphia has been causing its fair share of earthquakes this season. Ranking third in the NFL sacks through 5 games with a total of 18, the front four has been absolutely rampant, as one would expect from a unit that saw significant investment this offseason with the addition of Javon Hargrave. […]Read more "Malik Jackson is making up for lost time in his second year with the Eagles"
Earlier this week, we took a deep dive into the Eagles offense to see where the group is headed after four games of the season. It’s now time to do the same for the defense. Grab your boards and markers once more – it’s report card SZN. Defensive line Believe it or not, the Eagles […]Read more "Quarterly report card: How does the Eagles defense look after four games?"
Another week in the book which means it’s time for our Eagles stock talk and while there’s plenty to be negative about, there are also reasons for optimism. The Eagles are nowhere near the place that many people felt they would be after the offseason they had and what makes it worse is they are […]Read more "Stock watch: Which Eagles are trending upwards going into week 4?"
The Eagles are 0-2-1 and clearly falling apart at the seams. It’s all doom and gloom in the City of Brotherly Love right now, but are there any reasons for optimism as we approach the quarter-season mark? I did my best to find five. Malik Jackson’s balling out The Eagles were without the highest-paid nose […]Read more "Finding five positives from the Eagles season so far"