Chip Kelly Banking on Boom Rather than Bust

Saying head coach Chip Kelly made some noise this off season is a vast understatement. The craziness kicked off first with the cap casualty of long time Eagles Trent Cole and Todd Herremans and things were just getting started. Soon after, the leading rusher in Philadelphia Eagles history was traded to Buffalo. No draft picks, […]

March 2015 by Ray Wadas

Eagles Get Big Win, But at a Price

The Philadelphia Eagles went down to Houston Sunday afternoon and for the most part took care of business. They came away with a nice 31 to 21 win. With a little help from the Arizona Cardinals, the Eagles are back atop the NFC East over the Cowboys. I wish I could say that there’s nothing […]

November 2014 by Ray Wadas

Keys to the Game: Eagles Vs. Giants

Since 2009, The Philadelphia Eagles have beaten the New York Giants 8 out of the 11 times they have faced off.  This time around is a whole new story.  The Giants come into Sunday night’s game on a strong three game winning streak  and playing pretty well.  On the other hand, The Eagles come sputtering […]

October 2014 by Ray Wadas

What to Make of Eagles Consecutive Slow Starts

In the first two games of the season, the Eagles have been outscored in the first half 34-6 with four turnovers and displayed an overall sloppiness on both sides of the ball. In most cases if a team puts up these dismal first half performances they would more then likely be winless to start the […]

September 2014 by Ray Wadas

Eagles top Colts thanks to Second Half Comeback

After looking sloppy in the first half last week against the Jaguars the Eagles continued that trend last night against the Colts.  The Eagles elected to defer to start the game and came up with a 3 and out defensive stop on the Colts first drive. This lead the way for the eagles to get […]

September 2014 by jagenic

Eagles Survive Horrific First Half To Win Home Opener

After the success of last season there was a lot of hope placed on the shoulders of Chip Kelly, Nick Foles, and the entire Eagles team for this season.  When the schedule came out and Eagle fans found out they would be opening up the season at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars most people were […]

September 2014 by jagenic

Eagles Sign 8 to Practice Squad

The Eagles added several players to their practice squad on Sunday.  One of them, Matthew Tucker, who led the NFL with four rushing touchdowns during the preseason.  Tucker carried the ball 24 times for 125 yards averaging 5.2 yards per carry.  Surprising enough, the Eagles elected not to sign Henry Josey, who led the NFl […]

September 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Preseason Game 1: What to Take Away From Eagles Loss to Bears

Friday night’s showdown between the Eagles and the Bears produced a sloppy game from both teams as the first game of the season usually does. When you sift through the rough preseason play, there is still a lot to take away from the 34 – 28 loss. Nick Foles threw 2 bad interceptions which is […]

August 2014 by Ray Wadas

Will the Eagles offense be better off without DeSean Jackson

Eagles released Desean Jackson on March 28, 2014 due to the Wideout not wanting to do what head coach Chip Kelly wanted to do in terms of the playbook.Chip Kelly sent a clear message to the players by releasing DeSean Jackson. This lead to the Eagles trading for RB Darren Sproles From the Saints and […]

July 2014 by harpo22060

Eagles WR Jordan Matthews

Eagles players and Coaches have been talking about how great of a player Jordan Matthews has been so far this offseason.With DeSean Jackson no longer with the team, the Eagles will use Jordan Matthews as their new slot Receiver while Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin play outside. The Eagles selected Jordan Matthews in the 2nd round […]

July 2014 by harpo22060