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Posted on 26. Oct, 2010 by Brennen Dickerson.
Twitter is an amazing experience. One week ago the people whom I follow we all abuzz with talk of Kevin Kolb finally being a good QB and the defense rising to the occasion. What a difference a week makes. Now Michael Vick should be the starter, Kolb shouldn’t even be allowed to play in the [...]
Posted on 22. Oct, 2010 by Brennen Dickerson.
In a new segment this week, we speak with a fan from this week’s opposing team, the Tennessee Titans. We were able to speak with, Lexi Knoch, a dedicated Titans fan about her beloved team. Lexi addresses the state of her team through the first six weeks of the season. After that, she gives us [...]
Posted on 18. Oct, 2010 by Brennen Dickerson.
Quarterbacks looking beastly, great defensive schemes, players stepping in and making plays, special teams not looking inept, backup offensive tackles looking like NFL players….these are a few of my favorite things. If you can’t stand the fact that I ripped off a song from a musical and it didn’t rhyme, sue me. The Eagles had [...]
Posted on 18. Oct, 2010 by Mike Burke.
The Eagles welcomed a very talented Falcons team to Philadelphia on Sunday and took it to them from the start. After a lot of talk about the play of DeSean Jackson when Kevin Kolb is in the game, the Eagles got him involved early in the game. In the first quarter, he was able to [...]
Posted on 11. Oct, 2010 by Brennen Dickerson.
It was ugly, no bones about it. The Eagles eked out a win over the now 0-5 San Francisco 49ers. And I mean eked out. And now I bring you what I took from the game, the positives and the negatives. We’ll start with the positives. Offense – Kevin Kolb, I tip my figurative hat [...]
Posted on 26. Sep, 2010 by Mike Burke.
In his first start since being named the starting quarterback for the year, Michael Vick led the Eagles to a 28-3 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Vick wasn’t extremely efficient, completing just over half of his passes. However, he created a lot of big plays and did not turn the ball over. Wide receiver DeSean [...]
Posted on 30. Aug, 2010 by Mike Burke.
Friday’s game against the Chiefs is not one the Eagles should be happy about. Sure, they won the game and winning is always better than losing. However, this was the last game we’ll see the starters play in before the big Week One match-up with the Packers. The game on Friday was very much a [...]
Posted on 27. Aug, 2010 by Mike Burke.
The preseason is officially more than halfway done now. In their third preseason game with the Chiefs, the Eagles were a tale of two teams. We saw a defense who looked like they could be the best in the league, then a defense who looked terrible. The Eagles never looked stellar on offense, but there [...]
Posted on 20. Aug, 2010 by Mike Burke.
I’m going to start with the same thing I started with last week, Kevin Kolb. We saw a lot of positive things out of him last week, along with a few negatives. Tonight, we’ll get to see him play an entire half. I’d like to see Kolb eliminate some of the bad decisions he made [...]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2010 by Chris Lex.
Coming off a strong performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first preseason game, the Eagles’ secondary will face a much greater challenge against the Cincinnati Bengals. With the addition of T.O. and Antonio Bryant, the Bengals have added great depth to the wide receiver position. Pairing these two up with the entertaining Chad OchoCinco [...]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2010 by Mike Burke.
The Eagles first preseason game is under their belt, and the team was able to squeak out a 28-27 win. Below are some of the observations I had by each quarter. First Quarter Kevin Kolb’s first pass of the game was a bullet over the middle to DeSean Jackson, put in a place where only [...]
Posted on 28. Jul, 2010 by Mike Burke.
With all the youth that now surrounds the Eagles, it is interesting to look at which players will develop into leaders. The Eagles have had some strong leadership in the past and have been successful because of it. Many of those players are gone, so who will step up in their absence? Offensively, you always [...]
Posted on 20. May, 2010 by Mike Burke.
There was no doubt that the secondary competition in Training Camp was going to be something everyone would have their eyes on. However, with some of the developments taking place this week, the competition may be more interesting then we first expected. Macho Harris, who originally was listed to be in the competition for free [...]