Tag Archives: nate allen
Posted on 14. Aug, 2012 by Mike Burke.
As summer continues to fly by, the Eagles time at Lehigh University has already done so. I feel like they just got there, but the Eagles are already done with their time in Bethlehem. Have we learned a lot about this team? I like to think so. However, I think a lot of questions still […]
Posted on 28. Nov, 2011 by Mike Burke.
I’ve felt that this season has been over for a while now, but there have been people with more faith than me. At this point though, it’s over. The sad news is there are still five more games left. So what can you do when your season is over? You learn as much as you […]
Posted on 23. Aug, 2011 by Mike Burke.
As the Eagles entered Training Camp this year, there were questions about the status of Nate Allen who suffered a torn patellar tendon in late December last year. When Allen came in, he said that he felt close to being back to full strength, but he wasn’t quite there yet. He was still able to […]
Posted on 02. Feb, 2011 by Chris Lex.
Entering the 2010 season, the Eagles found themselves still trying to fill the void of losing Brian Dawkins to the Broncos a couple season ago. The Eagles tried to address that situation by drafting Nate Allen with their second round pick in the 2010 draft. There was some solid play from both the free safety […]
Posted on 11. Jan, 2011 by Mike Burke.
The 2010 Eagles season is now behind us and we have nothing to do but look forward to 2011. As is the case every season, there will be faces that leave the team and new faces that join it. Today I want to look at some of the biggest needs the Eagles will have moving […]
Posted on 23. Dec, 2010 by Chris Lex.
Let’s be honest, when we found out Donovan McNabb was being traded we were thrilled. When we heard McNabb was traded to the Redskins we were confused, angry, and we even worried a bit. Why would Andy Reid make a trade within the division when the Eagles knew he would face us twice a year? […]
Posted on 21. Dec, 2010 by Mike Burke.
When the Eagles really needed a win, the team never quit on Sunday. It took a lot of guts for the Eagles to climb back into that game and put themselves in a position to win. As everyone seemed to step it up in the fourth quarter, the Eagles were able to escape the new […]
Posted on 29. Oct, 2010 by Mike Burke.
The Eagles are coming off a very disappointing loss to the Titans. They stand at 4-3 but could have easily gone into the bye week at 5-2. After the Titans performance, there are a lot of Eagles who have plenty of things to work on. The bye week will allow them to study the film […]
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 25. Oct, 2010 by Mike Burke.
The disappointing loss has had a day to sink in, so now it’s time to reflect. It seems as though the Eagles were two different teams on Sunday. The team in the first half wasn’t brilliant, but it was doing what it had to in order to win the football game. In the second half, […]
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 14. Sep, 2010 by Mike Burke.
There are plenty of things to be upset about in Philadelphia right now. The team lost its first game of the season and had some pretty devastating injuries. However, it wasn’t all bad. Let’s take a look at some of the positive things we can take from the game. The obvious one is Michael Vick. […]
Posted on 01. Sep, 2010 by Brennen Dickerson.
Welcome to the first official podcast under our new name, Eagle Eye View! Today, I’m going to do a run down on some things I noticed throughout the preseason as well as my projection towards the 53 man roster. I hope you enjoy the podcast, and please look for us to post on a regular […]