Tag Archives: chad hall
Posted on 24. Jan, 2011 by Chris Lex.
It was evident that the most consistent production this season came from the wide receiver position. There were significant strides made this season for DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, Jason Avant and even Riley Cooper. Although Jackson was involved in some unforgettable moments, it was the play of Jeremy Maclin that spoke volumes this season. DeSean [...]
Posted on 05. Nov, 2010 by Brennen Dickerson.
I hate losing prior to a bye week, but I should be used to it by now. I hate it because I get to spend two weeks thinking about everything that went wrong. One week of that is bad enough! However, we’re normally granted some solace because of Reid’s perfect record after the bye week. [...]
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 17. Aug, 2010 by Mike Burke.
This seems to be a very popular topic this week. On Friday, Chad Hall showed everyone his versatility. He did everything from take handoffs out of the backfield, catch passes as a wide receiver, and field returns on special teams. The Eagles have to love the versatility this guy has, but the question is whether [...]
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 12. Mar, 2010 by Mike Burke.
It’s been a week since the free agency period started and the Eagles didn’t make the type of splash that many thought they would. There were a few big name veterans floating around out there and many of them have found new homes. For those who haven’t, it doesn’t look like Philadelphia will be a [...]