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Posted on 27. Sep, 2011 by Brennen Dickerson.
In this week’s podcast, we take a painful look back at the loss to the Giants. There was plenty of things to talk about, so we fully dissect the game. We start by looking at the defensive side of the ball and all the big plays that the Eagles allowed. For the second consecutive week, […]
Posted on 27. Sep, 2011 by Mike Burke.
Although Michael Vick’s injury status was seriously downgraded when it was determined his hand is actually bruised not broken, you still have to wonder how this team would function without him. At this point, it’s not guaranteed that Vick will play on Sunday against the 49ers. Indications are that he will play, and you have […]
Posted on 26. Sep, 2011 by Chris Lex.
Different year, same result. That’s the story of the Philadelphia Eagles when it comes to the red zone. The Eagles have phenomenal talent on the offensive side of the ball, but for some reason the coaching staff does not know how to utilize their weapons when it matters most. The Eagles had an opportunity to […]
Posted on 21. Sep, 2011 by Andrew Gross.
Studs Jason Peters Peters was a beast on Sunday night, pure and simple. He owned Ray Edwards all night. He got downfield in the passing game, including Maclin’s 35-yard touchdown catch where he paved the way with a great block. He dominated in the run game as well, consistently giving McCoy lanes to run to […]
Posted on 13. Sep, 2011 by Alec Beckman.
If I had heard that the Eagles beat the Rams by a score of 31-13, the immediate notion would be that the Eagles came out dominantly against the opposition. It sounds like it wasn’t even a game and that the Eagles’ flaws weren’t shown. For those who watched the game, you know that the Eagles […]
Posted on 13. Sep, 2011 by Andrew Gross.
First off, I’d like to say it’s great to be back. An NFL Sunday just has a different feel than any other sport, and it was good to see the Birds get off on the right foot this week. With that said, the good news first: Studs Michael Vick It’s no secret that the Eagles’ […]
Posted on 12. Sep, 2011 by Brennen Dickerson.
Well, I certainly feel a lot better than I did about a year ago. Last season the Eagles got rocked by the Packers in Philadelphia, lost Kevin Kolb and Stewart Bradley to injury, and lost a close game. It was far different Sunday, with the Eagles beating down the Rams 31-13. Each week I’ll be […]
Posted on 11. Sep, 2011 by Mike Burke.
I don’t know if there has ever been another season for the Eagles where the expectations have been so high. From all of the additions the team made this offseason, to labeling themselves as a “dream team,” the bar has been set very high. The Eagles opened the game by receiving the ball, and the […]
Posted on 11. Sep, 2011 by Alec Beckman.
Today, the Eagles will take the field in their season opener today in St. Louis against the Rams. Former Eagles assistant coach Steve Spagnuolo will face the Eagles again as the Rams head coach. Talent does not win games, but who has more talent at each position? Quarterback: Eagles: The Eagles will have 2010 MVP […]
Posted on 10. Sep, 2011 by Brennen Dickerson.
Pinch me. Seriously, pinch me. Football’s back? It seems like so long ago that we were all in panic mode over the CBA negotiations. Everyone was questioning if the season would start on time. Oh how the times have changed. Football. Is. Back. Every week, I’ll be giving you wonderful people a very long and […]
Posted on 18. Aug, 2011 by Alec Beckman.
Thursday night’s game of the Eagles against the Steelers was a disappointing game for any Eagles fan. The team was demolished by a score of 24-14. The coaching was missing in action, the players were definitely unimpressive, and this team didn’t look like the usual Eagles. To start, the Eagle’s most important player, Michael Vick, […]
Posted on 11. Aug, 2011 by Alec Beckman.
The Philadelphia Eagles prevailed Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 13-6. Despite the low score displayed by the team, they really looked dominant over the Jon Harbaugh led Ravens. The Eagles looked much more organized than the opposition, and really showed the value of good coaching. This makes for a good […]
Posted on 11. Aug, 2011 by Alec Beckman.
Thursday night, the Philadelphia Eagles will take the field for the first time in 2011, when they play the Baltimore Ravens at Lincoln Financial Field. Who should you watch out for as sleepers to make the team? This is a position-by-position preview of what to look out for and expect tomorrow night. Quarterback At quarterback, […]