Chip Kelly is confident in Mark Sanchez leading the Eagles.
Who should be the Eagles starting QB if both Nick Foles and Mark Sanchez are healthy?
The week 9 Eagles’ studs and duds after a crucial ten-point, injury-riddled win over the Texans.
Chip Kelly talks about the Eagles win over the Texans, the play of Mark Sanchez, and a potential QB controversy.
A week after letting a win slip through their hands in Arizona, the Philadelphia Eagles were back on the road on Sunday to take on the Houston Texans. This week the Eagles never let a lead escape them for long and the Birds never once trailed in the game against the Texans.
There is a possibility that Nick Foles could be gone for an extended period of time with a broken left collarbone, according to several reports.
The Eagles defeated the Texans 31-21 to advance to 6-2 on the season.
Ray Didinger discusses the Eagles pivotal week 9 matchup at the Houston Texans.
How would you grade Chip Kelly after seven games this season?
Even though the Eagles have a better record than most teams in the NFC, Foles has made his share of mistakes this season. The quarterback has thrown nine interceptions after throwing just two a year ago. Some are now questioning if Foles is the long-term answer at quarterback, but the Eagles’ signal caller isn’t worried about any outside criticism.
Is Nick Foles the franchise quarterback for the Eagles?
Who do you blame for the Eagles’ loss to the Cards? Most fans are blaming Chip Kelly.
The Eagles were so close to coming home with a record of 6-1, but self-inflicted mistakes and some questionable play calling held the Eagles back. The Eagles were flagged for 11 penalties for 103 yards, they lost the turnover battle (three to one) and went 0-for-3 inside the red zone. Despite all that, the Eagles still came within one play of getting out of Arizona with a win.
The week 8 Eagles’ studs and duds after a devastating loss against the Arizona Cardinals.
Turnovers plagued the Eagles against the Cardinals.