The Philadelphia Eagles have every reason to be feeling good entering the off week, but this can also be a good a time as any to start evaluating who has been performing well and who has some room for improvement when the team gets back on the field. Here are some of the players who have come up big for the Eagles so far, and a couple who have had to be carried.
Chip Kelly tells reporters he doesn’t listen to the outside noise.
Angelo Cataldi picked Chris Maragos as his winner of the week and Cary Williams as his weasel of the week.
The Eagles secondary has been dealing with plenty of heat on and off the field.
Cary Williams has been struggling, but Connor Barwin says the team has his back.
Billy Davis has been 10 NFL teams before the Eagles, and says the Eagles’ training regimen and far and away the best.
The Eagles have the ability to close out games, it would seem. Every game may not be pretty, but if a game is close in the fourth quarter, then the Eagles are going to have enough in the tank to get the job done most of the time.
Eagles corner Brandon Boykin talks to the 94WIP Afternoon Show about Cary Williams’ comments.
Former Eagles Pro-Bowl linebacker Seth Joyner criticizes Cary Williams for complaining about the Eagles practice regimen.
Despite the start, things are far from perfect for the Eagles.
Chip Kelly talks about his meeting with Cary Williams on Monday morning.
Brent Celek and Connor Barwin addressed Cary Williams’ post-game comments, stating the Eagles practice regimen is draining.
The Eagles’ studs and duds from their week three drama-filled win over the Redskins.
Chip Kelly responds to Cary Williams’ comments regarding his strict practice regiment.
The veteran cornerback has a theory why the Eagles have been starting slow—and possibly a veiled shot at head coach Chip Kelly’s rapid-fire training ways.