Eagles OC Mike Groh has a chance to show growth one year after Golden Tate trade

“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 […]

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The Clayton Thorson project is one that Eagles coaches simply have to invest in

The NFL Draft is always a rollercoaster of unpredictability, but there was one element of certainty heading into day three. The Eagles were going to select a quarterback. Jeffery Lurie stated that he wanted the team to get back to drafting a signal-caller every year, or at least every other year, and the perfect candidate […]

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Connecting the dots: Why is the Eagles offense struggling so much in the first quarter?

The Eagles have finally snapped their disappointing two game losing streak with Jake Elliott’s second nail-in-the-coffin field goal against the Giants in the final seconds of the game. With the current dumpster fire that is the NFC East, it appears that the team might have turned the season around with this win against the Giants. […]

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Crunching the Numbers: It’s time for Josh Adams to take charge of the Eagles backfield

The wave of anticipation for UDFA rookie Josh Adams has been building since he entered the NovaCare Complex early this summer. With the success of fellow UDFA running back Corey Clement last season, and the loss of bruising back LeGarrette Blount, some thought Adams might be thrown into the fire early on. That didn’t happen, […]

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