If you haven’t heard, the Eagles play the Seahawks in Philadelphia this Sunday for a shot at (likely) San Francisco in the divisional round. The intro is going to be short and sweet so we can dive into the numbers surrounding the matchup. For all those statheads out there, this is for you. Passing Eagles’ […]Read more "Crunching the Numbers: Do Eagles have an advantage over Seahawks?"
The Philadelphia Eagles face an uphill battle this afternoon facing the red-hot New Orleans Saints at home in a game that could decide the rest of the season for the Birds. There will be many intriguing match ups to keep an eye on heading into the NFC showdown that features some of the top play […]Read more "Eagles need Fletcher Cox and defensive line to set the tone against Saints"
The beginning of the 2018 NFL season is just a few days away. As we collectively let that sink in, let’s continue our examination of our foes in blue, red and grey. The offensive line will certainly be the group that makes or breaks this season for the Giants. As Eli – who was never a mobile quarterback to […]Read more "Know your Eagles’ Enemy: Can Gettleman’s new group of hog mollies hold firm?"
Football has officially begun — sort of. For the sliver of remaining summer we will continue to analyse the Eagles’ NFC East opponents with true top and bottom line projections. The hope is that our position-by-position analysis will help make your own educated decisions why we’re better than our rivals. Today we’re looking at the […]Read more "Know your Eagles Enemy: Washington’s O-Line poised for a bounce back year"
While we all get ready to usher in the first full month of summer, we will also be welcoming in a new batch of agonizing football-less months. To ease the pain, this series will be taking a look at the Eagles’ NFC East opponents with true top and bottom line projections: full of arguable and […]Read more "Know your Eagles enemy: Can the Dallas run game continue its dominance?"
If there is one word that could be used to describe Doug Pederson’s tenure as Eagles Head Coach thus far, it’s culture. A word that many use frequently but few really understand the magnitude of. It’s easy to look at a Super Bowl champion and state that they ‘have a winning culture’, but it is […]Read more "Brandon Brooks personifies exactly what makes the Philadelphia Eagles culture so special"
Nick Foles played lights out in Super Bowl 52. The biggest game of his career was also his most impressive, with the six-year veteran carving up the Patriots defense, throwing for 373 yards, 3 touchdowns and a pick. But while Nick Foles stole the show and went toe-to-toe with the greatest to ever do it, there’s […]Read more "Nick Foles may have been the Super Bowl MVP, but there’s one group of Eagles players who deserve a special mention"
The 2016 season saw the Eagles turn a new leaf, acquiring a franchise quarterback and beginning to build the foundations of a team primed for long-term success. Signing the likes of Zach Ertz, Brent Celek and Lane Johnson to huge extensions, the Eagles also began to adopt a new method of building their team. A […]Read more "Eagles continue to mirror most consistent teams in NFL by building from the ball out"
The Eagles Offensive Line has been overly disappointing since week one. Sure there have been some improved performances along the bumpy road that has turned out to the 2015 season, but for the most part they have fell short in just about every aspect of the game. But we learned something new in the Sunday […]Read more "Eagles Offensive Line is like a Jenga tower"
One of the biggest questions facing the Eagles after their 24-17 win over the New York Jets came in the form of a running back debate. Did Ryan Mathews perform because he is better suited to this Offense than DeMarco Murray, or did he perform well because of an improved Offensive Line? With Murray in […]Read more "Why Ryan Mathews was able to revive running game"