If the now 7-3 Philadelphia Eagles and 7-3 Green Bay Packers see each other again this season, it will be cold, the date will be 2015, and the game will be in “do-or-die” fashion.
The Philadelphia Eagles will head to the land of brats and cheese this weekend to take on the Green Bay Packers as close to full strength as they can be at this point in the season. The only starter that will not start, that is not injured for the rest of the season, is quarterback Nick Foles.
Making his first start with the Philadelphia Eagles, and for the first time in a while, Mark Sanchez was locked in and fully capable of running the Eagles offense against the Panthers.
Bill Campbell discusses the Phillies disappointing season, the Eagles disappointing week 4 loss, and more.
Brent Celek and Connor Barwin addressed Cary Williams’ post-game comments, stating the Eagles practice regimen is draining.
Brent Celek talked about the success young Eagles TE Zach Ertz is having.
Brent Celek talks about the Eagles week one win over the Jaguars.
Two days after the Eagles lost in their first pre-season game, coach Chip Kelly addressed a few issues of concern.
While Chip Kelly, Nick Foles, and the continued to be questioned nationally, Philadelphia is confident in their team.
By the time you read this, the Eagles-Dallas game will have been decided. Without Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys were expected to lean heavily on running back, De Marco Murray, who had been coming on strong of late. This season, he had surpassed 1,000 yards rushing for the first time in his three-year career.
With a spot in the postseason on the line on the road, the Eagles shined under pressure. It was not a great overall performance, but in a de facto playoff game nothing should have been easy.
If 203 victories, 2 Cy Young Awards and over 2,000 strike-outs aren’t enough for entrance into the Hall of Fame, I’m not sure what is.
This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Philadelphia Eagles. Cleaning up the mess of the last two seasons, which saw just 12 wins combined, two disappointing drafts, and a bad taste in the mouth of every fan.
Eagles’ tight end Brent Celek coached the “Eagles” side of the room, and Pennsylvania state treasurer Rob McCord the “Cowboys,” as both teams of students were tested with questions about the world of money.
The Philadelphia Eagles handled a close game against a tough Arizona Cardinals team. See how Nick Foles, Chip Kelly and others performed during the home win against the Cardinals.