The task for the Philadelphia Eagles this Saturday against the Washington Redskins is the same as it’s been all season: to win. But that goal now takes on an added edge of importance. It is what they must do in order to hold on to their already diminished odds of landing a playoff berth by taking the NFC East. Continue reading ‘Philadelphia Eagles face must-win against Washington Redskins to keep playoff hopes alive’
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LeSean McCoy passed Philadelphia Eagles legend Wilbert Montgomery’s franchise all-time rushing record in his team’s 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. That may be about the only good news to report from the ugly defeat at the Linc. Continue reading ‘Morning Muse: Many reasons for concern after Philadelphia Eagles’ loss to the Seattle Seahawks’
The Seattle Seahawks face the Philadelphia Eagles at the Linc today for a huge NFC showdown. Who will prevail?
The NFL’s top-ranked defense will meet a soaring Eagles offense, fourth in the league and cruising at 416.2 yards per game. Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving beat down of the Cowboys showed a Birds team firing on all cylinders, ready for their most critical matchups of the season. With the o-line finally finding its footing with the return of Jason Kelce and Evan Mathis, LeSean McCoy has had back-to-back games of 100+ yards. Continue reading ‘High flying Eagles offense takes on stingy Seahawks D in huge NFC matchup’
The Philadelphia Eagles head coaching search has continued with plenty of twists and turns, including a revelation that the team interviewed broadcaster Brian Billick last week.
On Monday, the team interviewed Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
Just how much wider would the net be cast on this coaching search? With Monday’s interviews, the known total of candidates to whom the team had met reached a total of 11. Continue reading ‘Could Gus Bradley be the next head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles?’
The Philadelphia Eagles filled the roster spot left vacant by Clay Harbor’s trip to IR by signing tight end Evan Moore on Thursday.
Moore (6-6, 250) was with the Seattle Seahawks for most of the 2012 season, playing in 14 days before being released on December 19 after an unimpressive season–Moore had just 1 catch for 6 yards this year. Continue reading ‘Philadelphia Eagles sign TE Evan Moore’