The bad news is each loss seems to have gotten worse by the week for the Philadelphia Eagles. The good news is it cannot get much worse than their 52-20 loss against the Denver Broncos. Can it?
Two games in a row a team from the AFC West flew to Philadelphia off a short week and controlled the Eagles in their home stadium. There was plenty of blame to pass around in this one.
The Eagles had the offense but the defense struggled in a big way to slow down the Chargers in the home opener. Here’s how the grades look for the Eagles for the second game of the season.
The first half was a thing of beauty for the entire Philadelphia Eagles offense. We knew the offense was going to be fun to watch, but the play of the defense was an added bonus in the first half.
Nick Foles says “at the end of the day, I’m not here to be a backup,” as camp begins.
On the last Sunday of 2012, the Eagles squad should have stayed home to play with their kids and their new Christmas toys.
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox will each be out of action against the New York Giants
There will be plenty of time to answer some of the questions related to the Eagles and Andy Reid and Mike Vick, perhaps even as early as Monday or Tuesday. Maybe even Sunday.
Even though McCoy has been cleared and will be ready to assume significant rushing duties, head coach Andy Reid says they will be monitoring his health closely.
A dismal season may be coming to a close but the Eagles are going to bring back LeSean McCoy in hopes of spoiling Washington’s playoff chances.
The Eagles have been hit hard by concussions this season with Mike Vick and LeSean McCoy missing a few games due to their concussion battles, and now Brent Celek is battling a concussion.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be without five players when they look to snap a losing streak against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
With Vick and McCoy still recovering from concussions, the Eagles will once again be forced to go with a youth movement with Nick Foles under center handing off to Bryce Brown.
Making his second start, in place of the injured Vick, rookie quarterback Nick Foles is looking to learn from his mistakes rather than make excuses.
Rookie quarterback Nick Foles will make his first career start, filling in for Mike Vick as he recovers from a concussion.