It’s been a long time coming, but the Eagles were finally able to snap a ten-game losing streak at Lincoln Financial Field Sunday.
Eagles fans reportedly have tried to physically harm the Redskins on Sunday. Or, at the very least, the Redskins bus.
There is a local debate brewing at Neshaminy High School in Bucks County over the use of the controversial nickname “Redskins.”
Chip Kelly’s fast-paced offense that made a big splash in his coaching debut might be even better now.
Eagles WR Riley Cooper has come a long way since leaving the Philadelphia Eagles for three days after using a racial slur.
The controversy over the Washington Redskins’ team name hits the radio airwaves in Philadelphia this weekend.
There will be a lot on the line Sunday at the Linc when the Eagles face the Redskins. Just ask anyone but the Eagles.
The last time the Eagles and Redskins met was opening night. The Eagles expect a tougher test in Sunday’s rematch.
“Chip Kelly challenged us after the game,” said Jackson. “He challenged us to have a great week of practice so we could do what we need to do and get a win in front of our home crowd. They deserve it.”
The Eagles and Redskins appear to be meeting this week heading in opposite directions. While it seems the Eagles may have started to find a little bit of a groove, the Redskins continue to stumble their way through the season and are in real danger of not being able to defend their NFC East crown.
The Minnesota Vikings found a way to stop Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins, showing late resolve after a series of final-minute collapses.
When I first heard the cacophonous call for Daniel Snyder to change the name of his football team, I cringed. It felt like the sport we worshiped since childhood was under siege, crushed by the tide of groupthink.
Chris reviews the latest involving the government shutdown, Bob Costas’ commentary on the Washington Redskins, and the Eagles win yesterday in Tampa Bay. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup and CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger.
Chris updates the latest on the continuing government shutdown, discusses the Eagles win over the Giants and offers Governor Corbett some advice with his comments on gay marriage. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup and Ray Didinger from CSN Philly.
Robert Griffin III didn’t slide, and now the Washington Redskins hope their season isn’t sliding away.