Four NFL teams will have bounce back seasons and make the playoffs.
The Eagles fell 34-28 to the Bears and Nick Foles did not look sharp.
Marcus Smith’s first NFL game on Friday night will be the first one he has ever attended.
After going against teammates the past two weeks, the Eagles are ready to face a different opponent.
Chip Kelly received an impromptu visit from Santa Claus, an early Christmas wish to beat the Dallas Cowboys and the Eagles coach also spoke about the upcoming challenge of facing Tony Romo this Sunday for the NFC East title during his day-after press conference at the NovaCare Complex.
Eagles fans say they were most impressed by the defense in the team’s big win over the Bears.
Since he was hired in January to coach the Philadelphia Eagles, Chip Kelly has done what can do to bond with Philadelphia fans. From visiting Wing Bowl, to Sunday night’s “we’re from Philadelphia, we fight,” quote after the win over the Vikings.
It’s well known that Trent Cole likes to hunt. Not just quarterbacks, but wildlife.
On Sunday the Eagles were thrown a nasty curve ball in the form of a 48-30 loss on the road against the Minnesota Vikings. Will this Eagles team be able to adjust or will the Eagles go down swinging in the final two games of the season? With a division title within sight, with the Eagles owning a one-game lead on the Dallas Cowboys, the Eagles must bounce back to maintain the unfamiliar role of favorite.
There were two things that cheered me up after Sunday’s Eagles loss. First, the Cowboys blew it, as the Cowboys often do. Second, Chip Kelly’s day-after press conference was full of Kelly sarcastic goodness.
The Eagles could be in a position to clinch the NFC East with a win against Chicago if they happen o get a bit of help from Washington. Regardless of what happens down I-95 in a key NFC East game involving the Dallas Cowboys, the Eagles will have their own problems to worry about.
The Eagles are on a five game winning streak, have a quarterback and a coach that are the talk of the NFL, and are all alone in first place of the NFC East.
This week was the final week that starters were likely to appear in the preseason, offering fans one more indiscernible glimpse of what may lie ahead in the ensuing 17 weeks of NFL battle.
Here’s an update on which NFC teams took a step forward this week, and which ones overwhelmed the training staff with a rash of new injuries…
Teams squared off against one another for the first time this season, often at full speed, and occasionally featuring first team offensive sets.