The Eagles made the most surprising unsurprising move possible today, by announcing that they’re parting ways with both offensive coordinator Mike Groh, and wide receiver’s coach Carson Walch. Doug Pederson had seemingly cemented that they will stay in yesterday’s press conference before a complete U-turn and a statement detailing what he actually meant. That leaves […]Read more "Who are the best candidates to replace Eagles OC Mike Groh?"
When you look back at the final weeks of the 2015 NFL season, the sudden dismissal of Chip Kelly remains a particular talking point. After all it was the catalyst for change that helped rebuild a fractured Eagles team both on the field and on the sidelines, with the acquisition of a new Head Coach […]Read more "Pat Shurmur’s 13-year tenure with Philadelphia could come back to haunt Eagles on Thursday"
Welcome back to Know your Eagles’ Enemy. With the first week of games come and gone, the job of analyzing position groups gets that much easier. For the first time we got an up-close look at Pat Shurmur’s new offence in New York. Aside from a spectacular run from Saquon Barkley, the Giants struggled against the top defense from last season […]Read more "Know your Eagles’ Enemy: How dangerous is Odell and his supporting cast?"
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?"
Hello Eagles’ fans, I hope you’ve been enjoying the preseason as much as I have — despite some worrisome performances from our offence. Today we’ll be diving into a crucial element of our rival’s offence, their coveted new addition acquired with the number two overall pick. The Giants’ haven’t had a potent rushing attack in […]Read more "Know your Eagles’ Enemy: Buzz or bad news for Barkley in the big apple?"
Continuing on to the final rival in the NFC East, today we will be starting our examination of the New York Giants. The 2018 off-season included a plethora of moving parts for Big Blue, including a new coaching staff, new star running back and new pieces on the offensive line. The constant is two-time Superbowl MVP Eli Manning. After […]Read more "Know your Eagles Enemy: Is it time to stop bELIeving?"
We knew on Saturday that the Vikings had hired former Eagles Offensive Coordinator and interim Head Coach Pat Shurmur, but we didn’t know what role he would take over with the only available job at the time being that of a running back coach. Well, we have confirmation now that Shurmur will in fact become […]Read more "Vikings confirm former Eagles OC Pat Shurmur is the teams new TE Coach"
When reports began to swirl that Frank Reich was indeed the Eagles new Offensive Coordinator, many began to wonder what the future would hold for Pat Shurmur. According to NFL Insider Adam Caplan, the answer has already been confirmed. #Eagles released LB coaches Rick Minter and Bill McGovern along with OC Pat Shurmur from their […]Read more "Eagles release Pat Shurmur and two linebacker coaches, per source"
According to Eagles Beat Writer Tim McManus, the birds have officially signed Frank Reich as their new Offensive Coordinator. Source confirms that Frank Reich got the Eagles offensive coordinator job. — Tim McManus (@Tim_McManus) January 20, 2016 Eagles have hired Frank Reich as their OC. Done deal… — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 20, 2016 There […]Read more "Frank Reich is the new Eagles Offensive Coordinator, per report"
It’s been an eventful day for the Eagles who have seen the foundations of their 2016 team laid out in front of them..but they could be on the verge of finalising their coaching plans already..and they may not involve current Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur. Rams have asked permission to interview pat Shurmur for OC vacancy. […]Read more "Rams request interview with Pat Shurmur"