Tag Archives: riley cooper
Posted on 05. May, 2014 by Trevor Turner.
Every well-run company does a yearly inventory check. In this eight-part series, I will break down, position-by-position, where the Eagles stand, how long-term their current situation is and the likelihood of a draft pick being spent on that position. Next up: The Receivers. The Starters: After cutting DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin becomes the team’s de-facto […]
Posted on 10. Mar, 2014 by Trevor Turner.
Free Agency starts on Tuesday, March 11th, but teams can already start negotiating with upcoming free agents. Will the Eagles be big spenders? Possibly, but I certainly would be surprised. Last year’s under-the-radar plan of adding guys like Connor Barwin, Bradley Fletcher and Donnie Jones to the mix sure seemed like a better strategy than […]
Posted on 11. Jan, 2014 by Greg Moyer.
Looking forward to Chip Kelly’s first full offseason, there are a lot of questions to answer. Most importantly, when are they going to make the full switch to the classic Kelly Green jerseys? One of the first orders of business is deciding which of the Eagles players heading to free agency need to be resigned […]
Posted on 03. Nov, 2013 by Mike Burke.
After two weeks of offensive struggles, Nick Foles came to the rescue in a career outing, throwing for seven touchdown passes which ties an NFL record. The Eagles improved to 4-5 with a 49-20 victory over the Raiders. The offense looked good right out of the gate this week. On their first drive, they showed […]
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 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 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 27. Oct, 2010 by Mike Burke.
Although his numbers on Sunday weren’t amazing, Riley Cooper had a breakout game against the Titans. On the day, Cooper recorded three receptions for 51 yards and a touchdown. The most notable play was a 37 yard reception that looked to be a surefire interception on an under-thrown ball by quarterback by Kevin Kolb. To […]
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 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 […]
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 Mike Burke.
The Eagles 2010 Training Camp has concluded, and there was a much different feel then in years past. Many long-standing veterans were no longer around, and the new face of the franchise emerged. Overall, it seemed that Andy Reid and his staff were happy with the outcome of this years camp. Here are five things […]