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Monday Musings provide some hope for the optimists, while breaking down some misconceptions as well as difficult decisions that must be made.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid left the door open to more changes – here are 10 ideas, from trades to benchings to trickery.
Was Nnamdi Asomugha too honest? What to make of the Packers blowout win over the Texans? Should the Eagles be looking to make a trade?
The Eagles had their worst late-game collapse in over six years, blowing a 10-point lead in under six minutes to lose in overtime to the Lions.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions are among the top NFL teams in total offense and total defense but need to overcome their other issues.
The Eagles closed their season on a four-game winning streak and hope that’s enough to keep most of the team and coaching staff intact.
Does Vince Young have a lot in common with Tim Tebow? Could DeSean Jackson have painted the picture any better? Be thankful for the Lions.
5. No Deja Vu for Peterson – Last week Patrick Peterson took a punt return to the house in overtime to grab a win for the Cardinals. In a game in which the Eagles are a two touchdown favorite, it would probably take a defensive or special teams touchdown to energize a potential upset. The [...]
Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy is on pace for the best rushing season in team history, and it’s not just a coincidence that it’s coinciding with the Eagles’ overhaul of their offensive line under new position coach Howard Mudd. McCoy is averaging a league-best 107.7 yards per game and leads qualified running backs with [...]
The Philadelphia Eagles host the Dallas Cowboys tonight at 8:20 p.m. in another pivotal NFC East game. Philadelphia can ill-afford a loss after a 1-4 start left it scrambling to get back into the hunt and a 20-13 win two weeks ago at Washington provided a measure of renewed hope. The Eagles, coming off of [...]