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Posted on 27. Oct, 2010 by Mike Burke.
With the Eagles having a bye week, it allows us to shift our attention around the league. Although we always have to keep an eye on the NFC East, we’ll take a closer look today. As it stands, the Eagles are currently tied second in the division with a record of 4-3. They’re just a [...]
Posted on 09. Sep, 2010 by Chris Lex.
With the NFL season set to begin on Thursday, it’s time to make some predictions on the NFC East. As always it will again be another interesting season for the East, especially since McNabb was traded within the division. The last two division titles have been won in the last week of the regular season [...]
Posted on 26. Mar, 2010 by Chris Lex.
It seems as though the unthinkable is truly going to happen. Andy Reid is more than likely going to trade his treasured QB, Donovan McNabb. The trade is now a matter of when, not if, it is going to happen. Over the past three months, McNabb’s name has been linked to about as many teams, [...]
Posted on 30. Nov, 2009 by Mike Burke.
The Eagles picked up their second straight win and continue to be in the NFC playoff hunt. With five games remaining, the Birds are sitting in a Wild Card position and will need to continue to win games if they want to make the playoffs. Three out of the last four NFC teams they play [...]
Posted on 29. Nov, 2009 by Chris Lex.
The Eagles opened the game with a risky call to attempt to recover an onsides kick. Not exactly sure what Andy was thinking but the Eagles failed miserably which led to an early Redskins touchdown. With this questionable decision by “Big Red”, it gave the Redskins all the confidence in the world that they could [...]
Posted on 27. Nov, 2009 by Mike Burke.
The Eagles take on the Washington Redskins for the second time on Sunday and look to pick up another win and continue their run towards the playoffs. They have the chance to make up a little ground in the NFC East as Brian Dawkins and the Broncos beat down the Giants for us. This is [...]
Posted on 25. Nov, 2009 by Mike Burke.
Although the Eagles beat the Redskins already this year, they’re not going to be able to try and use the same game plan they used to win in Week Seven. DeSean Jackson had two touchdowns on plays over 50 yards and you can’t count on connecting on those type of big plays every game. If [...]
Posted on 24. Nov, 2009 by Mike Burke.
I did a team preview of the Redskins back in Week Seven so I’m not going to bore you with another run down on their players. However, we were able to interview the guys over at RiggosRag.com to get some insight on Sunday’s upcoming matchup with the Redskins. It’s lengthy but definitely worth the read. [...]
Posted on 23. Nov, 2009 by Chris Lex.
Coming into the season, this figured to be a tough division filled with a lot of experience and fire power. The NFC East has always been viewed as a physical division and usually comes down to the final weekend to decide the division winner. The NFC East has endured great success over the last couple [...]
Posted on 27. Oct, 2009 by Mike Burke.
After last night’s win the Eagles improve their record to 4-2 and set themselves up for a big battle with the New York Giants on Sunday. It wasn’t the prettiest win, but then again it wasn’t the Oakland game either. The Eagles showed us some good things but at the same time some not so [...]
Posted on 26. Oct, 2009 by Mike Burke.
It seemed from the start that the Eagles would take care of the Redskins pretty easily. They were able to pick up a win; however, it wasn’t in the fashion that we thought it might be after DeSean Jackson’s early touchdown run. After coming out hot and scoring on their first possession, the Eagles offense [...]
Posted on 26. Oct, 2009 by Mike Burke.
I was reading GCobb’s article on how the Eagles can’t afford to lose this game, and I must say I agree with this. It is still early in the season but this is a game the Eagles really need to win. They’ve been dealing with a lot of poor teams and have entered the part [...]
Posted on 24. Oct, 2009 by Mike Burke.
Below is the report for both teams through Friday’s participation. You can see that Albert Haynesworth and Clinton Portis haven’t been practicing. Although I do expect both of them to play, it looks like neither will be 100 percent. Philadelphia Eagles Pos. Player Injury Status DE Victor Abiamiri Knee OUT WR Kevin Curtis Knee OUT [...]