I’m no stranger to weirdness, if you have followed my columns here over the past 9 years… This Week 4 Bye week is weird in that it comes at an illogical point in a long season. Ideally to me you’d want a Bye in Week 7 or Week 8—an optimum point in the season for […]
Somewhat obscured by all the fuss over Carson Wentz is the progress being made by another Eagles rookie. With 5:48 remaining in the third quarter, rookie running back Wendell Smallwood gained the most significant yard in his career. Smallwood recorded his first NFL touchdown out of the shotgun on a one-yard run during the 34-3 win […]
It’s not going to be a cakewalk for the red-hot Eagles when they come out of their Bye Week at 3-0. Four of their next five games are on the road, the one home game in that stretch being against currently unbeaten Minnesota. But for now, let us rejoice. If (as Palmy Feathers says) 9-7 […]
Shocked me, too! I expected a competitive effort from the Birds, but I was blown away by how much they seemed to dominate at the point of attack and how their safeties seemed to anticipate every go-to route called by Big Ben. Doug Pederson’s play-calling on offense was superb. Sound tackling and a party-crashing pass […]
This is interesting— although Vegas has set the odds for this game with Pittsburgh as a 4-point favorite, Odds Shark has predicted via their computer simulations a 22.3 to 15.5 final score in favor of the Eagles. The Over/Under is 47 points. Here is Odds Shark’s rationale: “It’s too early to say for sure, but […]
Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich deflected questions yesterday about what he thought about going up against the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense with this: “I think the early signs are good, but when we’ll really find out how good it is is when we hit a few bumps in the road,” Reich said. “You’d be crazy to […]
Nice show of sportsmanship displayed by the Steelers’ Big Ben Roethlisberger in a media conference call on Wednesday as he dished out compliments as well as career advice aimed at his opposing starting QB: “[Carson Wentz and I have] talked a lot. But the thing that I thought was most important, and I try to […]
(Photos by Hunter Martin of the Eagles PR staff) The winning mix of ingredients so far for the 2016 Eagles, as concocted by Chef Dave Spadaro at PE.com’s kitchen: 1. NO GIVEAWAYS 2. WINNING IN THE RED ZONE 3. CONTROLLING TIME OF POSSESSION 4. DEFENSIVE THIRD-DOWN EFFICIENCY So far so good. Far from perfect—but good. […]
You never know where a true turning point in a game will be…but for me, it was Eagles backup defensive tackle Destiny Vaeao, who sacked Jay Cutler on a hard hit and forced a fumble, leading to Chicago’s first turnover of the night. Take a look here: The Eagles at the time led the Bears 9-7 […]
Historically I base these Game Day Preview articles off what AccuScore has done with their mainframe simulation of the game. Unfortunately AccuScore now wants $350 a pop for access to their computer’s prediction. That’s a little bit too much rain for my gutters to handle. So here’s a new source: Odds Shark , which is affiliated […]
Just 19 years old, Travis Konecny left a strong impression on Flyers management with a standout performance in a 2-0 preseason win over the Devils. By Jordan Hall
Adam Morgan was roughed up as the Phillies suffered a 12-2 loss to the Braves, which prompted a team meeting to help refocus for the final four games of the season. By Jim Salisbury
Hyun Soo Kim blasted a pinch-hit homer in the ninth inning to give the Orioles a crucial 3-2 win over the Blue Jays. That and more from Wednesday's top MLB action.
Carson Wentz is still the lovable North Dakota, cargo-wearing country kid you fell in love with this summer. Look no further than a picture of him with an 8-point buck.
Bill Clement and Jim Jackson break down the Flyers' preseason thus far and discuss which prospects have impressed early.
Travis Konecny registered points on both of the Flyers' goals in the team's preseason win over the Devils.
Jessica Camerato reports from Sixers training camp as Brett Brown attempts to figure out the team's best combinations on the court.
Tommy Greene breaks down Adam Morgan's struggles vs the Braves.
Tommy Greene gives his thoughts on whether some blame for Adam Morgan's outing should fall on Cameron Rupp.
There will be no journalizin’ today. I’ll be taking the advice of one Donovan J. McNabb: But before I load up on ribs, I should note that the NFC East is very American. The Cowboys self-proclaimed themselves “America’s Team,” the Eagle is the national bird and appears on the presidential seal, and the Giants’ uniform […]
• During the 2013 draft, there was a lot of talk about guards being drafted highly, and whether or not there was value there. A common thing for people to say about highly rated guards was “Well if he’s Larry Allen then hell yeah you’d take him that high.” Here’s a rare video of Allen chasing […]
My buddy Ed Valentine over at Big Blue View brought up the debate of whether or not David Wilson should return kicks this season. That’s always a fascinating debate to me, and one that I’ve had quite a bit with DeSean Jackson and Dez Bryant as punt returners. One way to look at the debate […]
Over the last 3 years, teams in the NFC East have averaged 7.75 wins. That’s not awful, but it’s obviously just below the league average of 8. The NFC East ranks 5th among the 8 NFL division in wins during that span. The NFC East also ranks 5th over the last 3 years in point […]
This morning, Jamie Dukes went on NFL Network and spoke into a camera. Let’s put his words in print, just because: “When you get to take the reps first, when you’re the first guy to step under center every day at practice, that means you’re the starter. But for some reason, those folks in the […]
Justin Tuck is in the final year of his contract, and he says he doesn’t want to think about a new deal. He shouldn’t, because his value has probably never been lower. Tuck is going to make $4.5 million this season with workout bonuses on top. He’ll cost $6.15 million against the cap. In reality, […]
Carson Wentz is playing phenomenal and so far appears to be everything the Eagles hoped he would be. Doug Pederson has been excellent in the play-calling/scheming department. Jim Schwartz has …Continue Reading »
Carson Wentz had one hell of an NFL debut and several other Eagles stepped up to help thoroughly beat a bad Browns team on Sunday. Yes, Cleveland is bad right …Continue Reading »
The competitiveness and overall expectations for the Eagles this season took a hit when Sam Bradford was traded to Minnesota. Not that expectations were high to begin with, but I …Continue Reading »
The Eagles’ WR corps has been a source of frustration during training camp and preseason. Free agent fliers Reuben Randle and Chris Givens were just released after not doing anything …Continue Reading »
According to multiple reports, the Eagles have signed LB Stephen Tulloch. It is a move many were pondering or anticipating even before rookie backup MLB Joe Walker was lost for …Continue Reading »
With Jordan Matthews currently nursing a knee injury, the Eagles need Nelson Agholor to step up. Unfortunately, that hasn’t happened…yet. Agholor had a relatively disappointing rookie year considering he was …Continue Reading »
The Philadelphia Eagles released their initial depth chart in anticipation of their first preseason game this Thursday against Tampa Bay. This depth chart will obviously change, particularly at the bottom. …Continue Reading »
The Eagles’ first training camp under Doug Pederson begins today. Over the course of the next month some questions will be answered…mainly about what players step up, who wins a …Continue Reading »
In general, expectations seem to be pretty low for the Eagles in 2016. According to odds-makers, the Eagles are among the teams with the longest of odds to win the Super Bowl …Continue Reading »
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsTags: Carson WentzPhiladelphia EaglesEagles Alone In First PlaceThrough three weeks, the Philadelphia Eagles are not only undefeated, but in sole possession of the NFC East.The Eagles have proven that they can contend with good teams just as well as they can blowout bad ones.The rest of the NFC East hasn’t been nearly as impressive as the Eagles. The [...](Read more...)The post Week 3 Afterthoughts appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsPodcastsTags: Carson WentzDoug PedersonJim SchwartzPhiladelphia EaglesPittsburgh SteelersThe Philadelphia Eagles came up with their most impressive showing yet on Sunday, demolishing the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-3.Denny Basens and Jeff Kolsky discuss the game, the play of Carson Wentz, the coaching of Doug Pederson and Jim Schwartz, and the impact of Lane Johnson’s suspension in this week’s podcast.(Read more...)The post Eagles Podcast: Birds Undefeated Through Three Weeks appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsTags: Carson WentzPhiladelphia EaglesPittsburgh SteelersWentz, Eagles Shock Steelers To Roll To 3-0It’s not just the Cleveland Browns or the Chicago Bears anymore.The Philadelphia Eagles have not only defeated a legitimate contender, but they thoroughly dismantled them.A 34-3 blowout of the Pittsburgh Steelers has the Eagles sitting in sole possession of first place in the NFC East.Read that sentence a [...](Read more...)The post Thoughts From Eagles-Steelers appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsTags: Philadelphia EaglesThe Pittsburgh Steelers entered the 2016 season as a Super Bowl contender while the Philadelphia Eagles were a team in rebuild mode. These two undefeated teams meet on Sunday, who leaves Lincoln Financial field with their first loss?The last time the Steelers were in Philadelphia for a regular season game was 2008, a 15-6 win [...](Read more...)The post Can Brian Dawkins impact the Steelers game? appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsPodcastsTags: Carson WentzDoug PedersonJim ScwhartzPhiladelphia EaglesThe Philadelphia Eagles won their second game of the season on Monday night, taking down the Chicago Bears.Carson Wentz continues to show poise and savvy beyond his years, while new head coach Doug Pederson has also impressed.Denny Basens and Jeff Kolsky break down the game and give their thoughts on the direction of the team. (Read more...)The post Eagles Podcast: Reactions To Eagles-Bears appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSDefensive LineEaglesNewsTags: Brandon GrahamPrior to the season, everybody has been talking about the Eagles defensive line and how they must dominate for the defense to play well an dthis team to win. So far, the Eagles best defensive lineman has been Brandon Graham. He’s had a sack in each game and he’s spending a lot of time in [...](Read more...)The post Brandon Graham Is Playing Great Football – Podcast appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsQuarterbacksTags: Carson WentzAfter two games, Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz has been their best offensive player. Last night against the Chicago Bears, he was able to complete short throw after short throw to give them an offense early in the game.The offensive line wasn’t able to get any push against the Bears defensive line early in the [...](Read more...)The post Again, Carson Wentz Was The Eagles Best Offensive Player – Podcast appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsTags: Carson WentzChicago BearsDoug PedersonJordan MatthewsPhiladelphia EaglesWentz Solid In Face Of Early AdversityCarson Wentz received another flurry of tests in his second start, and the rookie turned in another solid performance in Monday’s win over the Bears.For the first time in his career, Wentz played from behind, and had to overcome a solid pass rush as well as mistakes from his [...](Read more...)The post Thoughts From Eagles-Bears appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesGeneral NewsNewsTags: Benny LoganFletcher CoxKey Matchups When Bears Have The Football – Eagles defensive ends Vinny Curry, Connor Barwin and Brandon Graham are the keys to the Eagles defense tonight. They must beat the Bears mediocre offensive tackles Bobby Massie and Charles Leno and get to Jay Cutler. If they let Cutler have time to throw the ball downfield, [...](Read more...)The post The Eagles Must Get To Jay Cutler, Early (Podcast) appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
Categories:BREAKING NEWSEaglesNewsTags: Philadelphia Eagles Still shy of a full week since the Carson Wentz era began, his performance against the Cleveland Browns continues to gain steam both locally and nationally. The rookie was poised, in control, making throws of a seasoned quarterback. Experts on ESPN have since gushed with excitement for the rookie. The president of the United States [...](Read more...)The post Bigger statement: 2013 Chip Kelly or 2016 Carson Wentz? appeared first on GCOBB.COM.
The following is a guest post by @sunset_shazz.In the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis, one of the key lessons learned was that you cannot afford to ignore rare events, and that you should not assume that an event that rarely occurs is the same thing as one that never transpires. One of the key errors in subprime risk modeling was the assumption that there was zero probability of home price decline. As an old colleague of mine used to say, “never is a long time”.Which brings us to our friend David Murphy, who, a few weeks ago, with the arrogance and overconf…
Last March, Jeff Lurie told reporters he was was tired of waiting for the Eagles to be great. He’d seen sustained success, he’d been to a Super Bowl, and he’d watched his franchise post a solid 20-13 record (including a playoff loss) over the prior two seasons. It wasn’t enough.“I’ve lived through a lot of division championships, a lot of playoff appearances, a lot of final four appearances, but our goal is we want to deliver a Super Bowl,” he said at the time. “And sometimes maybe I’m influenced by the notion of it’s very difficult to get from good…
The following is a guest post by @sunset_shazz.Earlier today, DN columnist David Murphy published a contrarian piece purporting to show that the Eagles have neglected the offensive side of the ball in the draft under Chip Kelly. His lazy “analysis” consisted of counting up Eagles draft picks for the offensive and defensive units over the past 3 years. Even the dullest of readers can see the problem: this method equates the pick of Lane Johnson with that of Jordan Poyer. Or Zach Ertz and David King.When pressed upon this obvious flaw by friend of the blog Noah Becker…
It's amazing what a win over Dallas will do for your spirits. The Eagles went into the bye week at 3-4, reeling from a loss to Carolina that wasn't particularly close. Post-bye, post-victory over a hated rival, and they're 4-4, with the wind at their back, a rejuvenated team.All it took was a few fourth down tries, a revived running game, and a kicker that finally made a clutch field goal longer than 50 yards. Suddenly it's "the biggest win of the Chip Kelly era" (which is really saying something about the Chip Kelly era, unfortunately).Sam Bradford is fixed. He's "cont…
I'm starting to think Chip Kelly, our beloved head coach and offensive mastermind, may not be on the same page with the Eagles general manager. In fact, hot take alert here, the GM may be actively sabotaging Chip. Let's examine the evidence.In 2013, Kelly proved he could take a collection of players drafted by other people and mold them into a successful team. The defense, sure, was a bit rough. But Kelly inherited an offense of Andy Reid's making and turned it into something special. The offensive line dominated, with the left side anchored by two all-pro players, an…
Last week, I placed the blame for the Eagles' 0-2 start squarely at the feet of the offense. Despite this week's win over the Jets (yay!), Chip Kelly's favorite unit continued to perform woefully.Yes, Ryan Mathews, subbing in for DeMarco Murray, rushed for 108 yards on 25 carries. But his numbers hide the fact that there were still far too many negative or no gain rushes (10 total). Between Mathews and Darren Sproles, the rushing game averaged just 3.47 yards per carry, a heady improvement from the prior weeks, but nothing to get excited about. Everyone on the offensiv…
If you watched the putrid Thursday Night Football game between the Giants and the Redskins last night, there was some solace for Philly fans. Mainly that everyone else in this division is pretty much just as #terrible as the Eagles.That does leave room for optimism, despite two of the worst Eagles games in recent memory, strung back to back at the start of this season. The truth is that as bad as the Eagles have been, they still can turn things around. The question is whether their awful play so far is the result of fundamental, uncorrectable problems or something more…
When Chip Kelly entered the NFL in 2013, many people derided his offense as a "college" or "gimmick" system, with its unconventional no huddle, quarterback read option, plus other aspects of the spread. Kelly pioneered packaged play concepts (those run-pass hybrids) and play call communication techniques like giant signs and coaches doing weird hand signals. Anyone who thought that wouldn't work was wrong. His offense rocked the league in year one, putting up big numbers and carrying a terrible defense to the playoffs.Many Eagles fans, including myself, enjoyed a victor…
The following is an article I wrote that originally appeared in the Eagles Almanac 2015 with the title "Keep Your Options Open: What Chip Needs To Learn About The Cap." It's a couple months out of date, but the larger points remain valid, especially after the discussion of Chip Kelly's value-destroying tendencies as GM made it as far as ESPN radio this week.One of the most ironic things about Philadelphia sports fandom is how much overlap there is between supporters of Chip Kelly and those of 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie. Sure, on the surface there are plenty of r…
"At some point we're going to have to separate Chip the Visionary from Chip the GM and Coach... The way I see it, Chip the Visionary is kind of getting undone by Chip the GM and Chip the Coach." - Bomani JonesOn Tuesday, I had a conversation on Twitter with Chris Brown of Smart Football about the Eagles guard play and how it reflected on Chip Kelly's performance as GM. You can see most of it here. How ESPN's Bomani Jones found it, I do not know, but he did and riffed on it in his daily radio show/podcast last night. It has some elements of national media bluster, but I obviously agree with the…
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A season-opening home clash with what could be the weakest opponent they'll face, four night games and a closing stretch in which they don't have to get on a plane for the final four weeks highlight the Philadelphia Eagles' 2016 schedule, which was announced Thursday evening. The Eagles open by...
First, it's important to note that many of the NFL's greatest coaches of all time, from Vince Lombardi to Bill Belichick, never played in the league. But there was a revealing moment yesterday during Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews' half-hour meeting with reporters in which he suggested that...
PHILADELPHIA — Where cornerback Eric Rowe lines up for the Eagles this season is likely the same place he left off in the last one. But with all the changes the team has made to the secondary (and likely will continue to make in the upcoming NFL Draft), one can never be too sure. Rowe played mostly...
Washington Redskins running back Silas Redd, who left Penn State for USC following sanctions imposed on the Nittany Lions' program in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, has has been suspended indefinitely without pay for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, the league...
Everybody is a general manager at this time of year, with the NFL Draft fast approaching. Readers here have already seen The Morning Call's mock draft 1.0. But how do others see it. What follows are links to 13 folks in the business of covering the league breaking down the first round. One of them,...
With the 2016 NFL Draft fast approaching, it's time for The Morning Call to produce its first official prediction for how it will all go down in the first round. Call it Mock Draft 1.0, in which the Philadelphia Eagles stay put with the No. 8 pick, which was acquired in a trade with the Miami Dolphins.
With the 2016 NFL Draft fast approaching, it's time for The Morning Call to produce its first official prediction for how it will all go down in the first round. Call it Mock Draft 1.0, in which the Philadelphia Eagles stay put with the No. 8 pick, which was acquired in a trade with the Miami Dolphins,...
Less than two weeks remain in the countdown to the Philadelphia Eagles' first minicamp of 2016, and former Lafayette College running back Ross Scheuerman is counting down the hours in which to make an impact with his newest team.Considering what he's been through to get to this point, he has every...
For reasons known only to them, the Eagles have draped a shroud of secrecy over their annual local pro day today. But thanks to various sources, we have come up with 10 of the players that they brought in to work out and possibly interview today at the NovaCare Complex. Because the players either...
PHILADELPHIA — When the best money beats the best opportunity, the concern about being labeled a "journeyman" gets shoved to the side.That was offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski's story as he was introduced Tuesday by the Philadelphia Eagles, his third NFL team in as many years."I'm over it already,"...
It’s been a case of ‘so far, so good’ for the Philadelphia Eagles in their opening games of the season. The Eagles were convincing in their victory over the Cleveland Browns in the curtain raiser before putting in an equally impressive performance against the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football in their Week Two clash. […]
Carson Wentz threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns, a fierce defense shut down Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-3 on Sunday to remain unbeaten. The rookie No. 2 overall pick connected with Darren Sproles on a 73-yard, catch-and-run TD and tossed a 12-yard TD pass to […]
Here’s today’s inactives for the Steelers and Eagles Steelers Steven Johnson (LB) Zach Mettenberger (QB) Roosevelt Nix (RB) Senquez Golson (CB) Leterrius Walton (DE) Eagles WR Bryce Treggs DB Leodis McKelvin C Josh Andrews OT Dillon Gordon OT Halapoulivaati Vaitai OG Isaac Seumalo TE Zach Ertz
Doug Pederson said Friday that tight end Zach Ertz and corner Leodis McKelvin will miss this Sunday’s game against the Steelers but should be ready to go when the Eagles return from their ensuing bye week, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports. Ertz (displaced first rib) and McKelvin (hamstring) were injured in the […]
PITTSBURGH STEELERS (2-0) AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (2-0) REGULAR SEASON SERIES STEELERS EAGLES SERIES LEADER 46-28-3 STREAKS 2 of past 3 COACHES VS. OPP. Mike Tomlin: 1-1 Doug Pederson: 0-0 LAST WEEK W 24-16 vs. Cincinnati W 29-14 at Chicago LAST GAME 10/7/12: Eagles 14 at Steelers 16. Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger throws […]
There are some legitimate parallels to draw between Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and Ben Roethlisberger, who will be in town Sunday when the Eagles host the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports. Roethlisberger is 6-foot-5, 240 pounds. Wentz is listed at 6-5, 237. Both are first-round picks out of lesser-known football programs — Roethlisberger […]
The Eagles had a big opening day at home Sunday, topping the Cleveland Browns and former Redskins QB Robert Griffin III with a 29-10 win. Rookie Carson Wentz threw for 278 yards and two scores in his regular season debut for the Eagles. Griffin was pressured much of the day, and ended it throwing for […]
Today’s inactive for the Browns and Eagles: Browns Inactives: Marcus Burley (CB) Scooby Wright (LB) Cody Kessler (QB) Jordan Payton (WR) Tyrone Holmes (DE) Briean Boddy-Calhoun (CB) Eagles Inactives: Trey Burton (TE) Terrence Brooks (S) Dillon Gordon (TE) Bryce Treggs (WR)
CLEVELAND BROWNS AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES REGULAR SEASON SERIES BROWNS EAGLES SERIES LEADER 31-16-1 STREAKS Past 4 COACHES VS. OPP. Hue Jackson: 0-0 Doug Pederson: 0-0 LAST GAME 09/09/12: Eagles 17 at Browns 16. Philadelphia QB Michael Vick throws for 317 yards & 2 TDs. Eagles TE Clay Harbor has GW 4-yard TD catch […]
Eagles head coach Doug Pederson made it official on Monday, the Eagles for the first time in their history will have a rookie starting in their regular season opener. Carson Wentz, who was the second overall pick in May’s NFL Draft, will get the call under center when the Eagles entertain the Cleveland Browns Sunday […]
Get out the insurance card, get out the co-pay because the office is open my friends. It's Waiver Wire Wednesday so let's find out who to target in Week 4!
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The Tigers were back on the practice field on Tuesday afternoon for LSU's first full practice under Ed Orgeron. Tiger Blitz was there and has notes and reaction to another high-energy practice. Plus, we added notes from Orgeron's SEC teleconference
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Corey Parson aka The Fantasy Executive reveals some players that you should scoop up off the waiver wire in your Fantasy Football league!
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