Darren Sproles is confident that Eagles TE Zach Ertz is on the verge of becoming a star.
Two NFL analysts ranked the Eagles’ backfield as the best in football.
Eagles running back Darren Sproles shined in his Pro Bowl debut on Sunday.
The Eagles give us a look at Darren Sproles’ line of vision at Pro Bowl practice.
The Pro Football Writers Association named Darren Sproles to its All-NFL Team.
Darren Sproles, Jason Peters, Fletcher Cox and Connor Barwin were named 2nd Team All-Pro.
The five Eagles selected were hoping to skip this year’s NFL all-star game to play in the Super Bowl.
The Eagles have been eliminated from the playoffs and won’t be playing in January—but five Eagles will be playing in January, offensive tackle Jason Peters, center Jason Kelce, running back LeSean McCoy, linebacker Connor Barwin and special teams threat Darren Sproles.
The Philadelphia Eagles suffered a third straight loss, and the pain that comes with each loss is growing more and more intense. With a 27-24 setback on the road against NFC East rival Washington, the Eagles now see their playoff hopes about to be flushed away.
With a 24-14 setback Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field, the Eagles were dealt a dose of reality and given plenty to think about and work on before next Sunday night’s home game against the division rival Dallas Cowboys.
Coming off the worst loss of Chip Kelly’s young NFL coaching career, the Philadelphia Eagles wasted little time in getting things started Sunday afternoon at home in Lincoln Financial Field against the Tennessee Titans. Josh Huff’s 107-yard kickoff return to start the game set the tone as the Eagles went on to stomp the visiting Titans, 43-24.
The Eagles were dealt a 53-20 pounding by the Packers Sunday afternoon in Lambeau Field that really was not as close as the final score would indicate. With the loss, the Eagles fell to 2-3 away from Lincoln Financial Field, and Chip Kelly now has plenty he and his staff can work on before returning to the field next week at home.
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.
The Eagles dismantled the Panthers 45-21 on Monday night.
Chris Polk talks about the Eagles’ early struggles at the goal-line, admits he wanted the ball.