With all the hubbub surrounding who the Eagles’ next receiver will be, Philadelphia draft coverage has seemingly forgotten that the team has glaring holes on the other side of the football. Expected to spend at least one top selection on a receiver, that still leaves at least two selections on day two unaccounted for. The […]Read more "Eagles’ Draft Notebook: Shopping for the perfect cornerback"
“I’m actually working out right now.” Matt Pryor said, gently laughing when I asked him what his plans are between now and when he touches down in Philadelphia in just over two weeks. If that doesn’t demonstrate the determination and work ethic of the Eagles sixth round selection, then there isn’t much that will. Pryor […]Read more "Eagles reunite TCU tandem in drafting Matt Pryor and he’s wasting no time in getting to work"
The story of the Eagles Super Bowl win is one that will go down in history. A tale of underdogs, setbacks and proof that its not the size dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog, this was a season that defied every expectation imaginable. There’s one man who personifies […]Read more "From Friday Night Lights to a Super Bowl win: The Eagles player with a big nickname and even bigger heart"
By now, we’re past Christmas in terms of bowl season, and heading toward 2018, which means my picks have undoubtedly gone up in flames already. If, by some miracles my picks have survived, you’ve come to the right place. I’ll continue to headlong expedition of breaking down and picking all 40 bowl games, of which […]Read more "Predicting All 40 Bowl Bowl Games: Part Three"
Earlier this week, the College Football Playoff Committee unveiled its first official rankings of the 2017 campaign. Not surprisingly, the Penn State Nittany Lions were not included in the top four projections, meaning if the season were to end today, the team would not be included in the playoff. The good news for the Nittany […]Read more "Breaking Down The First College Football Playoff Rankings: What Do They Mean For Penn State?"