Where the Eagles go from here is a question that will be asked plenty on sports radio this week. While the defense does seem to be coming together and playing well on a more regular basis, the offense continues to flounder.
This one stings. The Eagles offense folded against a Cowboys defense that was vulnerable and incapable of taking advantage of a nice game put in by the defense.
Things did not start off well but the Eagles put together the so-called full team effort. The offense started slowly but ended up having a really good game. The defense took their lumps but got past them to do their part as well.
The bad news is each loss seems to have gotten worse by the week for the Philadelphia Eagles. The good news is it cannot get much worse than their 52-20 loss against the Denver Broncos. Can it?
Eagles kicker Alex Henery has been fined $15,000 by the NFL for a horse-collar tackle in Thursday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Two games in a row a team from the AFC West flew to Philadelphia off a short week and controlled the Eagles in their home stadium. There was plenty of blame to pass around in this one.
The Eagles had the offense but the defense struggled in a big way to slow down the Chargers in the home opener. Here’s how the grades look for the Eagles for the second game of the season.
In a dreadful Eagles season, Alex Henery has been near-perfect.
Kicker Alex Henery has been a consistent bright spot for the Eagles this season.
Alex Henery’s kickoffs frequently don’t reach the end zone, making it imperative for the Philadelphia Eagles to improve their coverage.
The Eagles have released punter Chas Henry, and signed Mat McBriar.
Outside of a few players, a kicker’s fantasy success depends more on his team than his talent. Here are the top 10 kickers.
Michael Vick talks about his memories of playing Madden Football.
It was certainly one of the biggest losses in coach Andy Reid’s tenure with the Eagles, who fell to 1-3 while San Francisco improved to 3-1.
David Akers left his heart in Philadelphia when he went to San Francisco. The five-time Pro Bowl kicker is coming home on Sunday when the 49ers visit the Eagles.