The Eagles look to move forward after a disappointing finish to the 2014 season.
Eagles fans have been demanding changes in the secondary after watching opposing wide receivers burn the Birds with big plays. There is a possibility the fans may get their wish.
Chip Kelly is promising that his team will do their all to win on Sunday.
It has been a difficult year for the Redskins, who enter Saturday’s contest against the Eagles with a record of 3-11. Quarterback controversies as well as losing have made this a difficult football season in the nation’s capital. However, the Eagles are expecting to get the best the Redskins have to offer in a game Chip Kelly’s squad needs to win to keep its playoff hopes alive.
After sputtering against Seattle and putting together an inconsistent effort against Dallas, the offensive unit knows time is running out. With just two games left on the regular season schedule, the Eagles will need to produce more points or their playoff hopes will fade away.
The Eagles hopes to make the playoffs are in jeopardy following Dallas loss.
The Eagles are thankful for meaningful games in December.
When the Eagles faced the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, Dallas Quarterback Tony Romo crumbled in the face of the fierce Eagles pass rush. The Eagles are preparing for a much healthier Romo on Sunday night.
The Eagles and Cowboys will meet for the second time in 17 days this Sunday night at the Linc. The Eagles routed the Cowboys in Dallas on Thanksgiving, 33-10, and dominated in all three phases of the game. Despite the domination in Dallas, players such as Jeremy Maclin are ready for a tougher challenge in the rematch.
Chip Kelly is sure the Eagles will put the Seattle loss behind them.
The Owls defeated the Explorers 58-57 at the Palestra on Saturday.
The Eagles are known for working fast, but this week will be really fast.
The Eagles will get their first look at Titans rookie Zach Mettenberger.
Even though the Titans are a non-conference opponent, there is plenty at stake on Sunday at the Linc. The Eagles can ill-afford a loss with the likes of the Cowboys and Seahawks awaiting on their schedule, LeSean McCoy said it is easy not to overlook anyone in the NFL.
Halloween was last month, but there was plenty of scary videos at the Eagles practice facility.