If we roll back the clocks to 2017, it was a much simpler time. Nelson Agholor recorded a career-high 768 yards and 8 touchdowns, shedding the skin of a struggling receiver and emerging as a confident slot superhero. The man who many attributed a lot of Agholor’s success to, WR Coach Mike Groh, was promoted […]Read more "Mike Groh’s biggest strength may actually be his biggest weakness"
The Eagles suffered a gut-wrenching 17-10 loss to the Patriots on Sunday. In a game that could have and should have been an Eagles victory, the offense grew stale and the Pats took advantage. But were there any silver linings to take? Quarterback Carson Wentz wasn’t exactly excellent last night. Sure, it was windy, the […]Read more "Grading the Eagles disappointing loss to the Patriots"
It’s been a bumpy year for the 5-4 Philadelphia Eagles. They may sit at the top of the NFC East, tied with the Dallas Cowboys, but there’s been more noise and adversity than the team have arguably ever faced under Doug Pederson’s guidance. But hrough all the unrest and turmoil, there’s been one common thread […]Read more "Eagles need to place an emphasis on finding stability at WR coach"
The addition of Jordan Matthews should be the first domino to fall in the process of “rebuilding” the Eagles’ wide receiver corps. While the Birds are still in the hunt for playoff contention this season, they need to subtly focus on the offseason as well. The team came into the season with high expectations due […]Read more "Pressure is mounting on Eagles receivers with just seven games remaining"
Do you remember Carson Wentz’s rookie season? It feels like forever ago, right? The year was 2016. Doug Pederson was a rookie head coach, Frank Reich was still in town, this website was in its second year of existence, and it was a year of sporting miracles. It was also a season of transition for […]Read more "Eagles offense is looking scarily similar to how it did in Wentz’s rookie year"
First Dallas Goedert went down. Now DeSean Jackson is out for two weeks, the Eagles speedy deep threat who was supposed to change this offense around. To add to the piling list on injuries, Alshon Jeffery, the Eagles WR1 is now down for possibly the next two games. So, who’s the next man up? This […]Read more "With top WR’s injured, Eagles will need Nelson Agholor to shine against Lions"
It took three years, but Doug Pederson was finally able to find a WR2 solution. It wasn’t Dorial-Green Beckham, nor was it Torrey Smith or Mike Wallace. Instead, it was the man who created the void, to begin with; DeSean Jackson. But with a receiver who averaged 18.9 yards per reception last year back in […]Read more "With the ‘need for speed’ filled, the Eagles are aware that size matters"
The Philadelphia Eagles are entering a season with possibly the most loaded depth chart they’ve had in years. Not solely based on talent but based on depth. After the Johnathan Cyprien signing, the Eagles seem pretty stacked at almost every position. Which the begs the question, with all of this talent, who could be the […]Read more "Who are the Eagles’ biggest X-factors heading into the 2019 season?"
The 2019 NFL offseason has been one of the busiest in Philadelphia in recent memory. While Howie Roseman’s Eagles are always busy in the spring, this year, in particular, it seems as if talent has been added to the roster in droves. As such, it can be difficult to give deserved attention to the talent […]Read more "Why Eagles WR Nelson Agholor may be destined for a career-year in 2019"
As Training camp draws near, the Eagles are in a situation that hindered them last year due to injuries. The team has taken a new focus when it comes to depth and they’ve done pretty well in making sure they’re stacked in their most important positions. In a perfect world the Eagles can keep all […]Read more "5 Eagles who could be on the outside looking in ahead of Training Camp"