OTA’s are in the books for the Eagles and the NFL officially announced its preseason schedule on Thursday. It won’t be long until the clashing of pads fills the air once more, but what will the Summer look like for the Eagles? There have been some changes made to the offseason schedule. The team was […]Read more "What does Summer look like for the Philadelphia Eagles?"
According to a report from Pro Football Talk, the NFL are looking to cut their preseason in half, leaving teams with just the opening two games to play. When it comes to the Philadelphia Eagles, this is both a blessing and a curse. The blessing The Eagles decided to inject a youth infusion into the […]Read more "A shortened preseason is a blessing and a curse for the Eagles"
The Eagles opened their preseason account on Thursday night with a disappointing 27-10 loss to Tennessee. While there’s only so much you can take from the first preseason outing, who were the biggest winners and losers from the matchup? Winners DE Daeshon Hall With defensive end depth lighter than ideal, former Texas A&M Aggie Daeshon […]Read more "Five winners and five losers from Eagles preseason opener"
The Eagles slumped to a 27-10 loss on Thursday Night as the Titans took advantage of a stagnant second-half offense and a rocky secondary. Here are ten takeaways from the game. Daeshon Hall is a baller Arguably the biggest winner from tonight’s loss was defensive end Daeshon Hall. The former Aggie blew up with 6 […]Read more "Ten takeaways from Eagles preseason loss to Titans"
According to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Eagles could be preparing for life without Alshon Jeffery, for two weeks at least. Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery is expected to miss at least the first two games of the season, but the team will activate him to the 53-man roster this weekend with optimism he […]Read more "Instant analysis: Pressure will mount on Eagles offense with Alshon Jeffery sidelined for 2+ weeks"
24 hours ago, I published an article citing the snowballing problem at running back. I assumed that writing a piece focusing on the size of the opportunity afforded to the likes of Wendell Smallwood and Matt Jones would maybe spark some hope as they entered a preseason game against the Patriots. Oh, how wrong I […]Read more "Does anyone even want to be the Eagles fourth running back?"
If you still haven’t turned off Super Bowl 52 highlights, (we haven’t) then tonight is a special one. The Eagles will be back deep into enemy territory for a preseason showdown with the team who fell short of the mark in the greatest underdog story ever told. Here are five random thoughts ahead of tonight’s […]Read more "An underdog’s dream: Five random thoughts ahead of tonight’s Eagles Preseason clash with Patriots"
The offseason has flown by for the Philadelphia Eagles. Three weeks separate the Super Bowl champions from a season opening clash with Atlanta and the tension is beginning to build. As the positional battles across the roster enter their final stages, there’s one that looks completely different to what it did at the start of […]Read more "One of the Eagles most ferocious training camp battles has become worryingly problematic"
The fourth game of an NFL preseason is often held in a low-light, by the fans at least. By the fourth fixture in August, the biggest roster decisions have likely already been made. Starters will be rested and with third and fourth string quarterbacks leading offenses, there isn’t a tremendous amount for casual fans to […]Read more "Christian Hackenberg has made Eagles preseason finale a must-watch game"
The first preseason game is in the books and as expected, there is plenty to talk about. With positional battles raging throughout the roster, here’s a look at the main movers and shakers from Thursday Night and what that means moving forward. Each player is color coded. Blue signifies a starter, green signifies a good […]Read more "Red light, green light: How preseason loss to Steelers has impacted the Eagles offensive depth chart"