It may only be preseason football, but for the biggest of Eagles fans it’s the real season of tailgating.
Eagles fans are conflicted of the team’s 4-1 start, while fans are blaming LeSean McCoy for the offensive struggles.
The Eagles will wear their black jerseys on Sunday night at home against the Giants.
Jason Kelce talked to the 94WIP Morning Show about the abdominal injury he suffered in the Eagles’ week 3 game against the Redskins.
Eagles fans at today’s open practice got their first in-person look at offseason improvements to Lincoln Financial Field.
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As for Donovan McNabb, the consensus seems to be that he deserves to have his number retired.
Fans say it is clear we’re talking about a team with room for improvement, but they say, it is too early and they’re not giving up on their Birds just yet.
Football was back at the Linc on Sunday — and so was tailgating. Thousands of fans gathered in the lots around the stadiums hours before the start of the game between the Eagles and the Chargers.
With the Eagles playing their first game of the preseason Friday night, a 31-22 loss to the New England Patriots, fans were anxious to see what the team had to offer under new Head Coach Chip Kelly.
Stats show that when the Eagles lose, Philadelphians order more food.
Fans celebrated an Eagles victory on Sunday and offered some post game analysis.
Sunday was an important day for a certain subgroup of Philadelphians, those who call themselves “Eagles fans.”
Eagles fans appear to have mixed feelings about Jeffrey Lurie’s decision to keep coach Andy Reid around for at least another year.
Anger appears to be giving way to apathy among Eagles fans now that the Birds’ playoff hopes have disappeared.