The Eagles snapped a three-game losing skid, to improve to 2-3 with their 36-21 victory over the horrible New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
The Eagles and New York Giants will be playing to escape last place when they meet Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
The Philadelphia Eagles have enjoyed some of their greatest moments on the road against the New York Giants.
The Broncos did what was expected they would do to the woeful Eagles’ secondary and slice them up for a 52-20 victory.
Last time the Philadelphia Eagles faced Peyton Manning, Michael Vick was the better quarterback.
The Eagles lost a game they could have and should have won last Sunday. They couldn’t contain San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers, who threw for 410 yards, completing 36 of 47 passes without an interception. That was their most significant failure. But what the game amounted to was third downs.
All of the Eagles insist they will be all business on Thursday, but many of Reid’s former players will take time to greet their former coach before or after the game.
The Eagles had the offense but the defense struggled in a big way to slow down the Chargers in the home opener. Here’s how the grades look for the Eagles for the second game of the season.
Michael Vick threw for a career-best 428 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score. But a porous Eagles defense couldn’t stop Rivers all day.
It’s a giddy time. The Eagles have won one game, a surprising victory, to open their season and to hear some of the talk swirling around Philadelphia and on its airwaves, the Eagles may never lose another game again.
Chris cover the Eagles huge win in Chip Kelly’s coaching debut and Secretary of State John Kerry’s gaffe that may lead to a solution in the crisis with Syria. He talks to foreign policy expert Ed Turzanski and CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger.
The first half was a thing of beauty for the entire Philadelphia Eagles offense. We knew the offense was going to be fun to watch, but the play of the defense was an added bonus in the first half.
There are a large number of high-profile players who, due to injuries or poor performance, disappointed last season. Here are 10 who are poised to return to form this year.
More than 65,000 tickets were distributed for practice, and nearly half the people showed up. The estimated crowd of 30,000 was a club record for practice.
Jeremy Maclin’s teammates knew something was terribly wrong when the wide receiver went down Saturday.