Ray Didinger says he’s never seen a team as together as this Eagles team.
Joe Buck said something nice about Philly!
Kelce explained that the crowd truly impacts opposing defenses at the Linc.
Didinger has been right on 15 out of 17 games, and he’s perfect in picking home Eagles games.
Tony Dungy also picks the Eagles to beat the Falcons on Thursday’s 94WIP Morning Show.
Doug Pederson hints at both Nick Foles and Nate Sudfeld playing in Week 17.
The third-year wide receiver now has 55 catches, 722 yards, and eight touchdowns on the season.
The Eagles certainly cannot afford to lose Kelce, the NFL’s top graded center according to Pro Football Focus.
Wentz, 24, tore his ACL in the third quarter of the Eagles’ win in Los Angeles over the Rams.
Hall Of Famer Ray Didinger believes the Eagles can still win the Super Bowl.
The Eagles outgained the Seahawks 425 to 310 in total yards.
New Phillies manager Gabe Kapler joined the 94WIP Morning Show in-studio.
The Eagles provided us with a slew of new celebrations from bowling to the electric slide.
In three games with the Eagles, Ajayi has 20 carries and two catches, in three straight 28-point victories.
The Flyers will host to the Penguins outdoors at Lincoln Financial Field, on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
Carson Wentz is focused on one thing: the Dallas Cowboys.
Cole Hamels says he wants to pitch until he’s 40 on the 94WIP Morning Show.
Brett Brown joined the 94WIP Morning Show on Tuesday.
“Doug Pederson is like, ‘Wait a minute, Pete Morelli!'” CBS play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz said.
The Eagles are 9-2 in their last 11 games with Johnson on the field.
Vermeil, who is 3-0 in picking the Eagles game, took the Eagles to beat the Chargers.
Mackanin, 66, took over as the Phillies manager in June of 2015 and is currently 147-206.
Pederson’s gamble did not work, as Carson Wentz was sacked for a six-yard loss.
Doug Pederson talked about his conversation with Andy Reid after the game.
“We’re gonna be taking pictures before and after the game.”
Pederson put the noise aside and led the Eagles to a 30-17 Week 1 win.
Brian Billick defends Doug Pederson.
“I think he makes the right decision just about every single time he’s out there on the field,” Hicks said of Wentz.
The Eagles’ expectations are high and the 24-year-old leader of the team is embracing the pressure.
Doug Pederson says he wants to improve on the team’s 48.1% fourth down conversion rate in 2017.