A look at some impressive stats, after the Eagles’ win over the Cowboys.
Happy Thanksgiving Philadelphia! The Eagles gave Eagles fans plenty to be thankful for on the football field Thursday afternoon by demolishing the Dallas Cowboys, 33-10. With the win the Eagles own sole possession of first place in the NFC East.
The Eagles lead the Cowboys 23-7 at halftime on Thanksgiving.
Coming off the worst loss of Chip Kelly’s young NFL coaching career, the Philadelphia Eagles wasted little time in getting things started Sunday afternoon at home in Lincoln Financial Field against the Tennessee Titans. Josh Huff’s 107-yard kickoff return to start the game set the tone as the Eagles went on to stomp the visiting Titans, 43-24.
Howie Roseman and Jeremy Maclin share their thoughts on the Eagles loss to Green Bay.
The Eagles were dealt a 53-20 pounding by the Packers Sunday afternoon in Lambeau Field that really was not as close as the final score would indicate. With the loss, the Eagles fell to 2-3 away from Lincoln Financial Field, and Chip Kelly now has plenty he and his staff can work on before returning to the field next week at home.
LeSean McCoy stressed team success over individual stats after rough day vs. Carolina.
Angelo Cataldi picked Jeremy Maclin as his winner of the week and Alex Rodriguez as his weasel of the week.
A week after letting a win slip through their hands in Arizona, the Philadelphia Eagles were back on the road on Sunday to take on the Houston Texans. This week the Eagles never let a lead escape them for long and the Birds never once trailed in the game against the Texans.
The Eagles defeated the Texans 31-21 to advance to 6-2 on the season.
Jeremy Maclin explains why this Sunday against the Texans is a really big game for the Eagles.
Jeremy Maclin is this week’s King Of Philly, while two Flyers’ players made the list as well.
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced wide receiver Jeremy Maclin as the team’s 2014 Ed Block Courage Award winner
The Eagles were so close to coming home with a record of 6-1, but self-inflicted mistakes and some questionable play calling held the Eagles back. The Eagles were flagged for 11 penalties for 103 yards, they lost the turnover battle (three to one) and went 0-for-3 inside the red zone. Despite all that, the Eagles still came within one play of getting out of Arizona with a win.
Turnovers plagued the Eagles against the Cardinals.