The NFL Draft is rapidly approaching and for the Eagles, a sense of anxiety fills the air. With a barrel of offensive playmakers within reach at pick #6, it’s easy to get lost in the lights. Kyle Pitts and Ja’Maar Chase are undoubtedly incredible talents, but should the Eagles even be looking to bolster their […]Read more "Why the Eagles should avoid drafting an offensive player in the first round"
Last season, this article would have written itself. Eagles GM Howie Roseman came forward and bluntly stated that the plan for the 2020 draft was to get faster. While the rookies performed to mixed reviews, Howie accomplished what he set out to do. He drafted the most athletic draft class in the league, rife with […]Read more "Early signs point to the Eagles drafting a receiver in the first round"
After a report earlier this week from Matt Barrows of The Athletic cited that both the Eagles and Jets were hot on the heels of Niners assistant special teams coach Michael Clay, Howie pipped his old running-mate to the post. The Eagles snuck the nugget of information into their post-presser recap, dissecting the opening remarks […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles confirm the hiring of new special teams coach"
According to a report from Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Duce Staley won’t be the only Eagles Coach moving to the Motor City. Special teams coach Dave Fipp is following suit. Fipp originally joined the Eagles in 2013 and has withstood every second of turbulence since. His unit grew into one of the […]Read more "Eagles special teams coach Dave Fipp follows Duce Staley to Detroit"
After an all-around dismal year, the Eagles are left with a lot to sort out for 2021. Although hoopla is seeping into every aspect of Philadelphia football, there are many opportunities to turn this franchise around this offseason — none more important than the draft. The Eagles have the 6th overall pick and have faired […]Read more "Why the Eagles should draft a cornerback with sixth overall pick"
The regular season has finally ended and the Eagles officially have the sixth pick. This team has a boatload of needs, it can be argued that the Eagles should trade down and accumulate picks to address those needs. A case can be made for every position on offense and defense (I won’t bore you with […]Read more "Making the case for every position for the Eagles in the first round"
With the regular season now in the rear-view mirror, we can look ahead to the NFL Draft and all the excitement surrounding who the Eagles will select. Currently projected to pick sixth overall, here’s a look at their projected picks this offseason: The picks Round 1 pick 6 Round 2 pick 38 Round 3 pick […]Read more "Eagles head into the offseason with 10 projected picks in 2021 NFL Draft"
The Eagles are out of the playoff picture. That sentence is probably 3 weeks overdue, but it finally happened. Now, all eyes turn to the offseason and a new transformative chapter. There’s one last hurdle before we get there though, and it will dictate where the team will pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. Time […]Read more "Can the Eagles land a top-5 pick? A week 17 NFL rooting guide"
2020 has been a hugely disappointing season for the Philadelphia Eagles and it’s hard to really take many positives away from a year that has been shrouded in waves of uncertainty on and off the field. However, every cloud has a silver lining and Greg Ward Jr’s continued growth could well be the brightest as […]Read more "Eagles WR Greg Ward Jr is once again heating up at the perfect time"
Happy holidays Eagles fans! It’s been a chaotic 12 months to say the least, but while many people are dreaming of a Playstation 5 or a Pelaton, I just want to find a reliable cornerback. Here are five things on my Eagles wishlist this Christmas. The QB Controversy ends in peace The Eagles are a […]Read more "Playoff push or draft dedication? An Eagles Christmas wishlist"