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Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Juan Castillo orchestrated a meltdown yesterday and should be held accountable for his continued struggles.
Last year the Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions, who play today at Lincoln Financial Field, were among the best teams in the league at pressuring the passer, as both used a wide-nine alignment along their defensive lines. The Eagles tied atop the league with 50 sacks, while the Lions tied for 10th with 41. Eagles [...]
The Eagles know that Ben Roethlisberger is unlike most quarterbacks they face, due to his size and his particular brand of mobility.
The Eagles aren’t getting as many sacks in 2012 as they did in 2011, but other stats show that they are still making an impact.
Eagles defensive end Trent Cole is the third starter along the Philadelphia defensive line currently out due to injuries.
The Eagles defense led the way in a 26-10 victory that saw the Birds pick up nine sacks of Miami quarterbacks.
Michael Vick is playing one of his worst games as an Eagle, and yet Andy Reid sticks to the pass. Philadelphia needs to find a way to get Vick settled in, and a heavy dose of LeSean McCoy would be a good way to do it. Vick is just 9-18 for 75 yards. LeSean McCoy [...]
LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD, PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — A familiar storyline played out in front of Eagles fans as Philadelphia fell to the Chicago Bears 30-24 on Monday Night Football, leaving the Birds 3-5 and a long shot to make the playoffs. The Eagles, unable to stop the run, fell behind early, like they have in four [...]
The Andy Reid era is nearly a decade and a half old. No matter what you think of the Reid syndicate, it puts those of us who follow the Eagles in a unique position. We have a large sample of data on which to draw conclusions about Reid’s tendencies in all forms of coaching and [...]
LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD, PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — The Philadelphia Eagles obliterated the Dallas Cowboys 34-7 as LeSean McCoy rushed for a career-high 185 yards and Michael Vick picked apart Rob Ryan’s self-ballyhooed defense with surgical precision, going 21-of-28 for 279 yards and two touchdowns. The Eagles outgained the Cowboys 495-267, held a 31-12 edge in first [...]