Philadelphia Eagles preview

Apparently Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and general manager Howie Roseman weren’t kidding when they said back in June that their club would make a major splash in free agency. Philly’s infusion of new defensive talent after the lockout was on a scale never before seen in one NFL offseason. Before bagging the prized buck of the ’11 free agent class (former Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha), the Eagles signed ex-Titans defensive end Jason Babin (12.5 sacks in ’10) and Packers stud defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins. They also traded for Cardinals rising star cornerback Domonique Rodgers-Cromartie. As if this weren’t enough, there was the ensuing [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
With training camp just around the corner, the Philadelphia Eagles are one of those teams to keep an eye on in 2010. The team has enough talent--both on offense and defense--to make their third-straight trip to the postseason this year, but the recent departure of Donovan McNabb to the Washington Redskins have many believing the Eagles won't be able to compete with the rest of the NFC East. The potential is there with Kevin Kolb, but many are hesitant towards saying the former Houston standout is ready to take on the full-time job at starting quarterback due to lack of experience. The Eagles have high [...] Continue reading → | , , , , ,
If history repeats itself, the Philadelphia Eagles should win Sunday against the 0-4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers considering head coach Andy Reid is 10-0 in his career following the bye week. However, last season's tie against the Cincinnati Bengals is the perfect example why the Eagles should be extra cautious against the Bucs on Sunday, even if they are winless this season. In a Week 11 matchup against the 1-8 Bengals, the 5-4 Eagles came to Paul Brown [...] Continue reading → | , , , , ,
With training camp slowly approaching, expectations are higher than ever this season for players and fans of the Philadelphia Eagles after strong late-season performance last year . After a Week 12 loss to the Baltimore Ravens last season, a game in which quarterback Donovan McNabb was benched in the second half, the Eagles sat at 5-5-1 and would need to play perfect football the last five weeks of the season if there was any hope of making the playoffs. Against all odds, the Eagles went on to win four of their final five games and squeaked their way into the playoffs with help from other teams around the league such as the Raiders [...] Continue reading → | , , , , ,
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