Donovan McNabb supports Mark Sanchez.
The Philadelphia Eagles will have a couple of starters back in the fold Monday night when they host the Carolina Panthers at Lincoln Financial Field. Starting left guard Evan Mathis (knee) has returned to the active roster and is expected to start for the Eagles. Safety Nate Allen (hamstring), after missing last week’s win against the Houston Texans, will return to his starting position this week as well.
The case for why Mark Sanchez will succeed as the Eagles starting QB.
CBS NFL analyst Amy Trask talks about Chip Kelly, Mark Sanchez, and the NFL.
Former Jets coach Mike Westhoff talks about Mark Sanchez’s role with the team, and his expectations for Sanchez in Philadelphia.
Without trying to run Foles out of town, it might be wise to at least start opening up the possibility of trying to find a potential franchise quarterback in the 2015 NFL Draft. This just so happens to be an important time for college football’s best to start rising to the occasion with big games setting the stage for a run to the brand new College Football Playoff.
Mark Sanchez will make his first NFL start since 2012 on Monday night.
Are the Eagles legitimate Super Bowl contenders? One NFL analyst says yes.
Watch the Eagles week 9 highlight video.
Mark Sanchez explains on 94WIP why he decided to come to Philadelphia in the offseason.
The Grand Imperial Poobah takes a look at which injury will hurt the Eagles more: DeMeco Ryans or Nick Foles.
LeSean McCoy is confident that the Eagles will win with Mark Sanchez.
The Eagles are confident that Sanchez is ready.
According to reports, Nick Foles will not need surgery on his collarbone.
Chip Kelly is confident in Mark Sanchez leading the Eagles.