The Eagles could be out of a first-place tie by Thanksgiving night. The players are only worried about Sunday afternoon.
There will be a lot on the line Sunday at the Linc when the Eagles face the Redskins. Just ask anyone but the Eagles.
The last time the Eagles and Redskins met was opening night. The Eagles expect a tougher test in Sunday’s rematch.
“Chip Kelly challenged us after the game,” said Jackson. “He challenged us to have a great week of practice so we could do what we need to do and get a win in front of our home crowd. They deserve it.”
Even with Aaron Rodgers sidelined, the Eagles are preparing for a difficult test on Sunday.
Every football team catches good and bad breaks during the season. The Eagles are catching a very good one this week.
This is a critical game for the Eagles, who have lost back-to-back division games. Despite being 3-5, the Eagles are just one game out of first place in the NFC East.
Chip Kelly knows Nick Foles will be his starting quarterback on Sunday in Oakland. That’s all the information the coach will give about the future of the position.
The Eagles and Giants will meet for the second time this month on Sunday, and both teams are in dire need of a victory.
While all signs point towards Michael Vick starting against the Giants on Sunday, the Eagles quarterback wasn’t about to make any guarantees.
Hearing the name “Dallas Cowboys” is enough to boil the blood of most Eagles fans, but many of the current players are taking the high road.
A first place showdown with the Dallas Cowboys is looming, but the Eagles continue to field questions about their quarterback situation.
As the Eagles get ready to face the Buccaneers in Tampa, Vick continues to recover from a hamstring injury. While most believe Vick won’t be ready to play on Sunday, he says he is still hopeful he will be able to take the field.
After an 0-3 start, the Flyers fired Laviolette and replaced him with Craig Berube. The former Flyer served as an assistant under Laviolette, and described what he believes needs to change for the team to get back on the winning track.
The Eagles say they have put their 52-20 Denver debacle behind them and are looking forward to facing the New York Giants on Sunday. Michael Vick said the team was eager to get back to work and focus on the Giants.