Bill Lazor’s departure for Miami before this season appears to have impacted the QB play.
The Eagles went from being able to wrap up a second straight NFC East crown at home to three weeks later being locked out of the postseason fun. The Eagles won 10 games, but will have nothing more to show for it. It never should have come to this.
The Philadelphia Eagles closed out a second straight 10-win season under Chip Kelly with a road victory against the division rival New York Giants Sunday afternoon in MetLife Stadium, but the Birds head to the offseason a little earlier than expected. Now the evaluations for the season will begin, but first it is time for one final evaluation on a single-game basis for the Eagles.
The Philadelphia Eagles expect to finish up the 2014 season on the road against the New York Giants with linebacker Trent Cole on the field. Quarterback Nick Foles, of course, will miss the final game of the season after having his second half of the season essentially wiped out by a broken collarbone.
Nick Foles and Mark Sanchez got opposite results with similar performances in a disappointing season.
A broken hand to Trent Cole has kept the outside linebacker out of practices this week, but his status for Saturday afternoon in Washington remains uncertain. There is still a chance Cole might play, but every other player listed on the Eagles injury report should be available to play, except for quarterback Nick Foles.
After two straight losses at home put the playoff hopes of the Philadelphia Eagles on thin ice, the Birds get right back to work on Sunday on the road against Washington. The Eagles need to win their final two games of the season in order to keep a shot at the playoffs in sight. Taking on a frustrated Washington team with its own share of problems could serve Philadelphia well.
Nick Foles will not be available for the Eagles’ Week 16 game against the Redskins.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be as close to 100 percent ready and available for Sunday night’s NFC East showdown with the Dallas Cowboys. Aside from quarterback Nick Foles, every other player on the official Eagles injury report Friday afternoon is listed as probable.
Two weeks after the Philadelphia Eagles gave fans plenty of reason to be thankful, everyone will be looking for seconds against the Dallas Cowboys. For the second time in three weeks, the Eagles and Cowboys do battle in the NFC East with first place on the line. Will momentum be the key this week as the Eagles prepare to host the rival Cowboys for a Sunday night game in Lincoln Financial Field?
Sanchez or Foles? Which QB gives the Eagles a better chance to win in the playoffs?
Three key contributors to the Philadelphia Eagles special teams efforts are listed as probable for this weekend’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Quarterback Nick Foles remains out of action for another week.
The Philadelphia Eagles made it clear Thursday they’re still the team to beat 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.
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.