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Five Fantasy Football Sleepers from the NFC East

By: Ron Lebya
Fantasy Football drafts can be an extremely stressful time for the casual fantasy football player. One night of selecting players can make or break a fantasy year while the season hasn’t even started. With the growing popularity of fantasy sports, players will find themselves in leagues filled with knowledgeable opponents and it can be tough to get an edge on even a casual fantasy player. Here is a list of sleepers that have the potential to help a fantasy football team and come at a serious value during a draft. Continue reading ‘Five Fantasy Football Sleepers from the NFC East’

Washington Redskins v. Philadelphia Eagles: Birds relishing the role of spoiler?


A lot has changed since the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins first met in Week 11. That game was Nick Foles’ first career start in that NFL. Both teams were 3-6.

But that’s where the fortunes of the teams took divergent paths. Continue reading ‘Washington Redskins v. Philadelphia Eagles: Birds relishing the role of spoiler?’

Morning Muse: NFC East up for grabs, unless you’re the Philadephia Eagles


Good morning, Eagles fans!

Part of your weekend was likely watching the NFC East teams still in the hunt–i.e. every team that is not the Philadelphia Eagles. With Dallas and the Redskins getting wins on Sunday and the Giants apparently thinking they had another bye week, things are getting really interesting in the fight for the top. The big story from the division is that, even though Kirk Cousins stood in for RG3, the Redskins won and are currently in the first place. – philly.com

It’s hard to find a bright spot to the squandered season of the Philadelphia Eagles. But thanks goodness the rookies–players like Nick Foles, Fletcher Cox and Bryce Brown–are keeping things interesting into the final games of the year. – Birds 24/7

The time to analyze when, exactly, the wheels feel off of Andy Reild’s train has come. Bob Ford argues that Vick’s likely ending on the Eagles is an apt analogy for many of Reid’s failed experiments. – Inquirer

And speaking of the final days of Reid, who will follow Andy? What about Nick Saban? – Birds 24/7

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