The Eagles are preparing for Arizona’s decisive home field advantage.
It is only week eight in the NFL and the seventh game for the Eagles, but Sunday’s game against Arizona could have large ramifications down the road.
Jason Kelce, Mychal Kendricks, Chris Polk and Darren Sproles were all back on the field with a game at Arizona looming on Sunday. While there are no guarantees that all of the injured players will be back on Sunday, Quarterback Nick Foles was happy to see so many familiar faces back at practice.
The Eagles now get ready for the bye coming off their best performance of the season.
The Eagles-Giants rivalry is in full swing.
The Eagles secondary has been dealing with plenty of heat on and off the field.
The Eagles have been far from perfect this season.
The Eagles will look to right the ship against the Rams.
LeSean McCoy has heard plenty of questions about his lack of production this season. It is understandable the running back is running out of answers.
If Lane Johnson has any rust to shake off, he’ll have little time to do it.
The offense failed the Eagles in their loss to the 49ers.
Despite the Eagles’ winning ways, LeSean McCoy has struggled through the first three games of the season. Through three games, McCoy has just 175 yards rushing and 64 yards receiving, a far cry from his pace of 2,146 total yards a year ago.
The Eagles will have a new look on their offensive line on Sunday when they face the 49ers.
Despite the start, things are far from perfect for the Eagles.
Flyers training camp opened with an injury to Claude Giroux.