Jason Babin doing his QB sack celebration, something he hasn’t done much in 2012.
Bye bye, Jason Babin.
The Philadelphia Eagles defensive end was released on Tuesday, the first prominent player this season to see that fate. Babin, acquired during 2011’s free agent spending frenzy, has not performed anywhere near last season’s Pro Bowl level. His 18 sacks last year have met with dramatically declined production in 2012, with Babin only having 5.5 sacks. Continue reading ‘DE Jason Babin laughed when he learned of his release from Philadelphia Eagles’
LeSean McCoy ran for 119 yards in Monday night’s game but his efforts weren’t enough to help his team overcome defeat. Photo via the Philadelphia Eagles.
Nothing like a Monday Night Football embarrassment. The Philadelphia Eagles could only assemble 13 points against the worst defense in the league. The Birds notched 447 yards of offense and yet only came out of the game with 13 points.
Where do you go from here?
The Philadelphia Eagles have now fallen to 3-5 in the 28-13 loss to the New Orleans Saints with absolutely no signs of improvement in sight. The fourth straight lost for the Birds.
Mike Tirico called it, “The night of the red zone nightmare.” And that about sums it up. The turnover issues returned, and in the red zone, no less. Continue reading ‘Tough questions face the Philadelphia Eagles after MNF loss to New Orleans Saints’
Andy Reid continues to stand alongside quarterback Mike Vick. Image via Lehigh Valley Live.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid addressed the media on Thursday following the unconventional move on Wednesday of issuing a statement in support of quarterback Mike Vick. Continue reading ‘Andy Reid says benching Mike Vick was never an option’
Mike Vick will remain the starter over rookie Nick Foles.
Andy Reid quieted the unending speculation surrounding Mike Vick’s fate despite an off day for the team and confirmed that Vick would start for the team on Monday versus the New Orleans Saints. Continue reading ‘Andy Reid confirms: Mike Vick to remain Eagles’ starting quarterback’
Linebacker Casey Matthews hinted at what he thought of Juan Castillo’s coaching when he summed up the first meeting of the Philadelphia Eagle defense in the Todd Bowles era on Monday: “We’re not going to be predictable anymore.”
Brandon Graham took those comments further on Wednesday by blaming Castillo for the Eagles defensive woes in the games of which he presided. Graham stated that the former DC’s inability to change his play calling in the fourth quarter was exactly the reason for the collapse the Birds experienced so many times in the last moments of games in 2011 and 2012.
Specifically, Graham stated Continue reading ‘Brandon Graham issues harsh critique of Juan Castillo, shows confidence in Todd Bowles’