Former Eagles center Jamaal Jackson discusses the strength of the run game.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly is once again having his name float around the coaching rumor mills for one reason or another. Relax, Philadelphia Eagles fans. Chip Kelly isn’t going anywhere.
After a Thanksgiving feast of the Dallas Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles return home for a key NFC showdown with the defending Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks. Having the champions in Lincoln Financial Field is a nice opportunity to put together a statement game as the team jockey for NFC playoff positioning.
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 Philadelphia Eagles will once again be without quarterback Nick Foles when the team takes on the Dallas Cowboys Thursday in Thanksgiving NFC East action. Linebacker Emmanuel Acho is also listed as questionable.
Mark Sanchez and Tony Romo will lead their teams when the Eagles and the Cowboys play on Thanksgiving for the first time in 25 years with the division lead on the line.
The Philadelphia Eagles will look to give all fans tuning in another reason to be thankful. While fans are stuffing themselves with turkey and mashed potatoes, or perhaps another slice of pumpkin pie (or two or three), the Eagles will be taking on the NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys. Up for gabs is first place in the division heading into December, and perhaps a turkey leg up on the competition heading down the home stretch.
The Grand Imperial Poobah looks ahead to the big Thanksgiving Day matchup between the Eagles and Cowboys.
Turkey will have a new side dish to make room for this year for football fans in the Philadelphia area. The Philadelphia Eagles will travel to Texas to take on the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving and will hope to celebrate a win the way Reggie White and Seth Joyner did so many years ago.
Chip Kelly talks about the Eagles’ huge matchup with the Cowboys 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.
The Philadelphia Eagles will put the offense in the capable hands of Mark Sanchez once again on Sunday afternoon against the Tennessee Titans at Lincoln Financial Field. Quarterback Nick Foles is the only player on this week’s final injury report that has been ruled out of action for Sunday’s game as the Eagles look to rebound with a win following a dreadful loss in Green Bay. Every other player appearing on the depth chart is officially ruled probable to play Sunday.
When a team loses in the fashion the Eagles did Sunday, it provides plenty of room for improvement in the next game. It is also important to locate what did go right, even if it was few and far between. The Eagles defense did not do much of anything positive. Defensive coordinator Bill Davis says the defensive players are already working hard at correcting a number of flaws.
No game in the NFL should be considered an automatic win, but this week looks to be about as favorable for the Eagles as any match-up around the NFL this week could be. The Eagles should be able to rebound in a big way at home against the Titans this weekend.
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.