Former Eagles linebacker Casey Matthews has signed with the Vikings.
Adrian Peterson’s appeal of his suspension was denied on Friday.
Here is your Week 14 Suicide Pool advice.
The Redskins team bus reportedly crashed on their way to a game against the Vikings.
The Packers made easy work of their NFC North rivals.
The Minnesota Vikings announce they will allow Adrian Peterson to play on Sunday, Peterson releases a statement.
EA Sports’ popular franchise, Madden, ranks LeSean McCoy as the NFL’s second best running back on its new game.
The Eagles have reportedly decided not to bring Michael Vick back in any capacity in 2014. That would likely suit Vick just fine, as he has expressed his desire to start, and Nick Foles has a firm grip on that spot in Philadelphia. Vick is one of the top free agent quarterbacks available in the NFL this year, and at least one star player wants him on his team.
The Cincinnati Bengals have had one of the NFL’s top defenses for the last several years. The man who had been at the head of that defense, Mike Zimmer, recently left to become the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. That has opened the door for a local product to take over the unit.
There were two things that cheered me up after Sunday’s Eagles loss. First, the Cowboys blew it, as the Cowboys often do. Second, Chip Kelly’s day-after press conference was full of Kelly sarcastic goodness.
Chip Kelly was a little short with some answers, and addressed LeSean McCoy’s eight carries. He also spoke about Nick Foles’ inconsistency and the porous defense in the Eagles’ 48-30 loss to the Vikings on Sunday during his day-after press conference at the NovaCare Complex.
The Eagles were on top of the world. Winners of five in a row, their quarterback on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and heading into a game against an inferior opponent who was missing their best player. They were primed for a big win, and keeping a stranglehold on the NFC East lead.
The Eagles could have made things easy on themselves by winning, as they were expected to, in Minnesota on Sunday. Thankfully, the Cowboys also decided to make things more difficult on themselves by blowing a 26-3 lead to the Packers, and losing as well.
We all learned a pretty solid lesson yesterday. “Trap games” are not an Andy Reid thing, they are an NFL thing.
With all of the hype that has surrounded the Eagles this week, there is the fear that the Eagles could look past this weekend’s opponent. With the Cowboys and the Bears on the horizon, and possibly an NFC East title, it would be easy to take the Vikings lightly.