It’s easy to throw out the records whenever two city teams meet in a Big 5 battle. Villanova has made it clear that Saturday’s showdown with Temple is no exception.
As Spring Training approaches, the Phillies’ team colors appear to be red, white, blue…..and gray.
It was a day the Eagles were hoping wouldn’t come for another month.
The NFL playoffs is a win or go home situation. For the Eagles, it’s just another day at the office.
One week after being upset by the Vikings, the Eagles will face a much more formidable foe this weekend at the Linc.
It’s hard to find positives from a loss in the NFL. The Eagles are finding a way.
Despite their record, the Vikings have remained competitive throughout much of the season and Eagles Linebacker DeMeco Ryans says the players aren’t taking the Vikings lightly.
The Eagles are 7-5, coming off a huge victory, and in the thick of a division title race. Sunday’s opponent can relate.
It remains one of the most unique rivalries in sports.
Last year, the Eagles were playing for pride. This season, their December schedule has much greater implications.
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.