Two words say almost everything you need to know about the Philadelphia Eagles’ 30-27 comeback victory to defeat the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football: Darren. Sproles.
Can we talk about what an incredible pickup the former Saints running back was for the Eagles? Not only have Sproles’ performances been outstanding in and of themselves, he has provided a spark at just the right moment in back-to-back games. Sproles has put his team on his back, showed a toughness and done what needs to be done to come out with a W. It’s so Philly. Sproles was Philadelphia’s top receiver with seven catches for 152 yards, with 26 more on the ground and a touchdown. Continue reading ‘Darren Sproles electrifies, ignites Philadelphia Eagles to comeback victory over Indianapolis Colts (GIFs)’
We’re coming to the close of Week 2 in the NFL, and significant injuries have already been unkind to many teams, the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts included. Philadelphia will play Indianapolis in Lucas Oil stadium, where Andrew Luck has a 13-3 record since being drafted by the team as the first overall pick three years ago. Will homefield advantage be the edge that the Colts need?
Continue reading ‘Philadelphia Eagles – Indianapolis Colts MNF game has potential to be a shootout’
Charlie Sheen jumping into the fray on the LeSean McCoy tip ‘scandal’? Okay, ish just got cray.
The level of attention that has been given to the fact that Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy chose to leave a twenty cent tip at burger joint PYT is astounding. And the story is still going, as Hollywood celebrity Charlie Sheen has oddly entered the scene of the story.
On Monday, the restaurant’s owner made the questionable decision of posting McCoy’s receipt from the establishment on social media in an attempt to publicly shame the NFL star for leaving a poor tip. Continue reading ‘Charlie Sheen enters the scene in LeSean McCoy bad tip hoopla’
Alex Henery’s misses cost him his roster spot on the Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles disclosed their “cut day” moves hours ahead of the NFL’s 4 pm deadline on Saturday, and the names of the players waived by the team held little surprise, though the biggest news was the ousting of struggling kicker Alex Henery. Continue reading ‘Alex Henery, Damaris Johnson among players cut as Philadelphia Eagles 53-man roster set’
The Philadelphia Eagles will face off against the New York Jets tonight at the Linc to end their 2014 preseason. While the game will have little bearing on the regular season, it will make an impact on dozens of lives. Players on both sides of the ball must fight with everything they have to gain a spot on the 53-man roster. Can they be good enough, strong enough, and fast enough? Their life’s work depends on it. Continue reading ‘Jobs on the line in Philadelphia Eagles’ final preseason game’