On Sunday the Eagles were thrown a nasty curve ball in the form of a 48-30 loss on the road against the Minnesota Vikings. Will this Eagles team be able to adjust or will the Eagles go down swinging in the final two games of the season? With a division title within sight, with the Eagles owning a one-game lead on the Dallas Cowboys, the Eagles must bounce back to maintain the unfamiliar role of favorite.
It’s hard to find positives from a loss in the NFL. The Eagles are finding a way.
The loss snapped the Eagles’ five-game winning streak, dropping them to 8-6 with two games left, while Minnesota improved to 4-9-1.
The Eagles face the Vikings Sunday in Minnesota with the teams and their respective head coaches seemingly headed in opposite directions.
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 alone in first place in the NFC East, but the players insist their focus is on Minnesota.
The Minnesota Vikings found a way to stop Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins, showing late resolve after a series of final-minute collapses.
With six losses on their resume, the New York Giants could have been wondering if they would ever win a game this season.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson mourned the death of his young son Friday, while words of support poured in from all corners of the sports world.
The Minnesota Vikings traded away four draft picks to move to select Cordarrelle Patterson in the first round. Patterson has already impressed the Vikings coaching staff with his learning ability, speed, size and athleticism. The former Tennessee Volunteer could play a few different roles for the Vikings as a rookie in 2013.
Peterson’s mega-watt smile lit up Harrah’s Resort ballroom at the 76th Annual Maxwell Football Club Awards Friday night.
The Green Bay Packers showed how dangerous they can be when they’re at full strength Saturday night, overwhelming the Minnesota Vikings 24-10 in an NFC wild-card game that was never really close.
Michael Vick turned the ball over three times and the Eagles couldn’t respond.
While the Minnesota Vikings ate cheesesteaks and acted like tourists, the Philadelphia Eagles savored a division title they clinched from their couches.
The postponement of Sunday’s Eagles game with the Vikings disappointed most fans but many also agreed with the decision.