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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, […]
Posted on 06. Aug, 2011 by Alec Beckman.
Today, birdsfan.com took a trip to Lehigh to watch camp. We fed live updates from twitter with play by play action. We saw a good day of camp (not too hot), and a few fights broke out, so here is the analysis from today’s practice from the Philadelphia Eagles. Who was impressive today: To start, […]
Posted on 31. Jul, 2011 by Alec Beckman.
The Eagles are back in Lehigh at training camp trying to make up for all the lost time from missing the OTA’s and minicamps. With 90 players on the roster allowed in camp, the Eagles will have some evaluating to do, and here is the position-by-position preview on offense of what the projected depth chart […]
Posted on 26. Jun, 2011 by Mike Burke.
As you look ahead to the 2011 NFL season, you can’t help but notice how much talent the Eagles have on their roster. Is this a team that should content for a championship? It’s hard to argue that they won’t be a contender. However, just how talented is this team? Do they have players that […]
Posted on 09. Mar, 2011 by Mike Burke.
In his first two seasons as an Eagle, LeSean McCoy is living up to the Brian Westbrook comparison he was given when drafted. As the full-time starting running back in 2010, McCoy rushed for over 1,000 yards and added almost 600 more yards receiving. He’s proven to be a true dual-threat back and is starting […]
Posted on 27. Jan, 2011 by Brennen Dickerson.
Blast Andy Reid all you want. Here’s a few simple facts: The man wins, he knows how to develop quarterbacks, and he really knows how to draft running backs. The man he selected in the second round from Pitt during the 2009 NFL Draft is no exception. No, LeSean McCoy has been nothing but a […]
Posted on 10. Jan, 2011 by Chris Lex.
If you said the Eagles would have won the NFC East division and hold a home playoff game in the beginning of the season, many people would have said you were crazy. If you said Michael Vick would have resurrected to be a Pro Bowl quarterback again people again would have said you were crazy. […]
Posted on 05. Jan, 2011 by Brennen Dickerson.
In this week’s podcast we start by talking a little bit about the glorified preseason game against the Cowboys last week. The Eagles rested a lot of starters. That wasn’t a big surprise for many players but there were a few players we expected to play that didn’t. There are high expectations for Kurt Coleman […]
Posted on 05. Jan, 2011 by Mike Burke.
I don’t know if he has another nickname, but I think “The Freak” is a pretty fair assessment. In his first matchup against the Eagles, Clay Matthews recorded seven tackles with three sacks, two tackles for loss, a pass deflection, and had three other quarterback hits. He successfully ended Kevin Kolb’s day, giving the Eagles […]
Posted on 30. Dec, 2010 by Mike Burke.
When the Eagles first played the Cowboys this year, I spoke to Jeric Griffin of TheCowboysCentral.com about the matchup. This week, I went back and asked Jeric a similar series of questions. Jeric starts by weighing in with his thoughts on the first matchup, tells us about who was impressive this season, who was a […]
Posted on 28. Dec, 2010 by Mike Burke.
Although the Eagles season isn’t over (hopefully far from over), the year 2010 is just about done. We all knew 2010 would be an interesting year for the Eagles, but no one expected it to be anything like this. The ‘Kolb Era’ was short-lived and it doesn’t look like it may ever exist in Philadelphia. […]
Posted on 24. Dec, 2010 by Brennen Dickerson.
Well….that was fun. That was amazing. That was….wow. I consider myself lucky to be able to say that I witnessed that game. I had said earlier in the season that the second game against the Redskins was among the most remarkable games I’d ever witnessed. That now takes the backseat to what happened this past […]