We’re just three days away from the dawn of Eagles Training Camp and for fans of the Super Bowl champions, it can’t come soon enough. The Eagles have sailed through the offseason with relative ease, aside from the Super Bowl visit fiasco and some off-the-field legal issues, all of which have been handled with respect […]Read more "After a tranquil offseason, how likely are the Eagles to make a trade in August?"
Power Rankings after Week 2: 1. Kansas City Chiefs (2-0) 2. Atlanta Falcons (2-0) 3. New England Patriots (1-1) 4. Oakland Raiders (2-0) 5. Green Bay Packers (1-1) 6. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-0) 7. Denver Broncos (2-0) 8. Carolina Panthers (2-0) 9. Detroit Lions (2-0) 10. Minnesota Vikings (1-1) 11. Baltimore Ravens (2-0) 12. Dallas Cowboys […]Read more "Nick’s NFL Power Rankings entering Week 3: Eagles fall after tough loss in Kansas City"
The Eagles made a blockbuster move earlier today, defying the odds and cap space limitations, landing the most prominent wide receiver in this year’s free agency class, Alshon Jeffery. The Birds signed Jeffery to a one-year deal worth $14M and as exciting as his presence is to the roster, what does it mean for the […]Read more "What does Alshon Jeffery signing mean for the Eagles?"
The offseason is often a wild rollercoaster ride for NFL teams, and the Eagles are no exception. NFL insider Charles Robinson tweeted that the team are “open to dealing” wide receiver Jordan Matthews. If someone makes a solid offer to #Eagles for backup QB Chase Daniel, I believe they're open to dealing him. Same for […]Read more "Five reasons why trading Jordan Matthews would be Eagles biggest mistake in recent history"
The Eagles are preparing to face a hungry Baltimore Ravens team this weekend and while it may not have direct playoff implications for the Eagles, there is still plenty to play for. Aiming to break a four game losing streak and prove naysayers wrong, there is still plenty of motivation flying around the locker room. So […]Read more "Five bold predictions for Eagles vs Ravens"
The Eagles were able to end the Vikings undefeated streak at the Linc on Sunday, but not in a conventional manner. In a game where turnovers plagued both teams early on and Offenses stagnated due to the wrath of both Defenses, it would take something special to find an edge..and that’s exactly what Doug Pederson […]Read more "Doug Pederson showed coaching prowess in Eagles win over Vikings"
Doug Pederson’s first divisional game as Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t go as expected. From yet more troubles with penalties to disjoint and inefficiencies across the board, there was little the Eagles could do to stop Kirk Cousins and the Redskins controlling the game on Sunday, in a game that ended 20-27. So […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles bullied by Redskins in week 6 loss"
When the Eagles traded away Dennis Kelly to the Titans for Dorial Green-Beckham ahead of the 2016 season, fans were beyond excited. The former second round pick showed plenty of promise in his rookie season, but character issues saw him slide out of favor with the Titans. For a 6’5 receiver who caught 4 touchdowns […]Read more "Dorial Green-Beckham rapidly emerging as a complete receiver for Eagles"
The opening four games have already come and gone for the Philadelphia Eagles, but if that wasn’t scary enough..so has their bye-week. The team are 3-1, something that has been a surprise to many and Doug Pederson’s first quarter of his rookie season as a Head Coach is in the books..so how do things look ahead of […]Read more "Eagles quarterly review: Contenders or pretenders?"
Two days removed from the Eagles narrow loss to the Lions and there are still plenty of questions to be answered. Was the officiating to blame? Are there new areas of concern presenting themselves? Why is Carson Wentz not getting any credit for what was arguably his best performance of the year so far? While […]Read more "Grading and analyzing performances of Eagles CB’s in week 5 loss to Lions"