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Ray Didinger gives his take on the Eagles big matchup Sunday at Arizona against the 5-1 Cardinals.
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When the Eagles head to Arizona they will do so chasing the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East and jostling with the Cardinals for potential playoff positioning. As the season progresses, the importance of each game will continue to rise. Kelly sounds ready for that challenge. It’s back to business for the Eagles.
Eagles CB Bradley Fletcher talks about his season and the upcoming game against the Cardinals.
Former Eagles Pro Bowl CB Eric Allen, says Eagles are most likely one-loss team to miss the playoffs.
The Cardinals are 5-1, but they have not necessarily been as good as their record might suggest. What is fair to say is this team is resilient and has learned how to win some close games and close out tight games. That is to be respected, and why the Eagles will have to find a way to start and finish strong, as they did against the New York Giants.
Howie Roseman and Don Smolenski share their bye week activities.
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks wrote that he will practice this week, and gave his perspective on his injury.
Three crucial aspects of the Eagles vs. Cardinals week 8 NFC battle.
With no disrespect intended to the Cardinals or whoever comes out of the NFC North or NFC South, it is the Eagles and Cowboys that are beginning to be recognized as the top contenders in the NFC.
Aside from a seemingly generous strike zone, Scott also appeared to clap when Yasiel Puig was struck out during the third inning.
Ryne Sandberg explains the conversations he had with Domonic Brown and David Buchanan. Both of whom expressed displeasure after Saturday’s game.
The Phillies edged out the Cardinals to take game one of their series 5-4.
According to a report, the Phillies have made Cole Hamels available on the trade block.