It’s been three weeks since the Eagles shipped away a third-round pick to acquire Golden Tate from the Detroit Lions. Despite efforts to feed the explosive new recruit, the entire offence has been grasping at straws over those weeks. The Birds have only managed 17.3 points per game in that stretch, which would put them […]Read more "Left out in the cold since Eagles traded for Golden Tate, it’s time for Alshon Jeffery to rise"
Caught up in all the hullabaloo of the Golden Tate acquisition, two Philly rivals were also active around the trade deadline. The Eagles weren’t the only NFC East team to make a big wide receiver acquisition in the trade market. In a move that reeks a little of desperation, the Dallas Cowboys sent a first-round […]Read more "Eyes on the Eagles rival: Can Cooper replace Dez in the Dallas offense?"
On the last day of the trade deadline, just as they added Jay Ajayi last season, the Eagles upgraded their offense by shipping away a mid-round pick. Former Detroit Lion Golden Tate will join the team in exchange for a 3rd-round pick in 2019. First, let me say: what a savvy move by GM Howie […]Read more "Get used to the screen game: What the Golden Tate trade means for the Eagles offense"
While we all get into the full swing of the first full month of summer, most of us are counting the hours left in our 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: Is Dallas’ unproven receiving corps up for the challenge?"