Another day, another Eagles’ offensive line injury. Jason Peters appeared on the injury report today, but in news that’s actually surprising, 24-year old Sua Opeta was placed on IR with a back injury. According to Dave Zangaro, Opeta will need surgery on a bulging disc in his back. Today, Jeff Stoutland spoke highly of the […]Read more "What Sua Opeta landing on IR means for the Eagles"
The Eagles are set to field their tenth offensive line combination in eleven games in a season that has been absolutely disastrous on all fronts. Injuries have ravaged the offensive line for what feels like the millionth year in a row, and with Lane Johnson now out for the season, we’re set to see another […]Read more "The silver lining in the Eagles’ never ending game of offensive line roulette"
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"
The Eagles offense is facing an identity crisis right now. Carson Wentz looks like a shadow of his former self, Doug Pederson’s coaching has been called into question, and injury bugs are ravaging their way through the group. The sky may look like it’s falling, but there’s a pattern here. For whatever reason, the Eagles […]Read more "Early-season struggles have become the new norm for Doug Pederson’s Eagles"
Yesterday’s utterly tragic tie with the Bengals was filled with reasons for Eagles fans to be mad, but it’s the way in which the game ended, and how Doug Pederson let it happen, that will be fueling their anger today. Doug Pederson’s decision After Carson Wentz somehow dragged the team into overtime, Jake Elliott had […]Read more "Eagles have lost their offensive identity and it starts with Doug Pederson"
If this game was named after a football player, it would be the Nate Gerry bowl. The Philadelphia Eagles tied with the Cincinnati Bengals 23-23 in what can only be described as the most horrifying game in recent memory. Here’s everything you need to know. An Eagles hero and an Eagles villain Carson Wentz was […]Read more "Brutally honest thoughts on an embarrassing Eagles week 3 performance"
The Eagles will be hoping to secure their first win of the season on Sunday as they clash with the 0-2 Cincinnati Bengals. if they’re to turn this ship around, they’ll need big games from these five players. Carson Wentz There’s no denying that Carson Wentz needs to be better this week. His 64.4 passer […]Read more "Five Eagles who need to step up in week 3 clash against Bengals"
Week two definitely didn’t go as planned for the Eagles. It’s amazing how great a football team can look when they’re firing on all cylinders against an opponent who can’t get their engine started. The Birds are 0-2 for the first time since 2015 and it seems like everything is just falling apart. The Head […]Read more "Eagles stock watch: How players are looking heading into week 3"
Of every wrong turn the Eagles took in Sunday’s season-opening loss to the Washington Football Team, there’s at least one decision that’s left a lot of people still trying to work out whether this road will leave to stability or the total opposite. Many expected Matt Pryor to be the team’s starting right guard in […]Read more "Are the Eagles headed for another mid-season battle at right guard?"
Generally, when teams are nearing final roster cuts, it’s fairly easy to tell who has earned the inside track and who will fall by the wayside. Especially with a roster as stacked as the Eagles, with so many entrenched role players, the final roster is pretty cut and dry. Looking at this year’s roster on […]Read more "Taking a deeper look into the Eagles’ biggest roster cutdown decisions"