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Peppers Off the Table: What This, and Other Free Agent Moves, Mean for Philly

Published on: 6th March, 2010

Everyone was hoping to see Julius Peppers in midnight green next season, but the Bears got to him first. So, without Peppers, all of Philly’s attention should be going to another every-down DE: Aaron Kampman . A few hours ago, Fox’s Jay Glazer reported that the Eagles were having a meeting with ...

Could the Philadelphia Eagles Tap Free Agency to Fill the Void at Safety?

Published on: 22nd February, 2010

Why take a potentially unnecessary risk? The draft is a risk. No doubt about it. The last thing Philadelphia needs is a first-round bust at any position. Imagine what the hands of Philly veterans Brian Dawkins and Donovan McNabb would look like if the Eagles had picked Chad Ochocinco or Reggie Wayne over ...

Eagles vs. Cowboys Wild Card Defensive Preview

Published on: 7th January, 2010

I would have done a defensive recap for the game last Sunday, but there was no defense played. So I've decided to do a defensive preview for  Philly today, and an offensive preview for them tomorrow. Although you all know I am an Eagles fan, I am going to be ...

Andy Reid’s Stubbornness Holding Eagles Back

Published on: 23rd September, 2009

To be honest, I'm appalled. Michael Vick was a starting QB once upon a time, he led his team to the NFC Championship game. He is seen as a QB with a 'twist' and despite his lethal legs, he has a bullet of an arm and just needs to work on his ...

On The Fringe: Tony Romo

Published on: 21st September, 2009

Tony Romo should be called Mr. September.  Eight wins, one loss in month No. 9 over No. 9's career. Until Sunday, that is. 8-2. Still, incredible statistics. This is what Romo gets paid for. To win. He has done a reasonably good job at that. Winning. That is, in the regular season. Lost the one ...

MLB Joe Mays: Views from Philadelphia Eagles’ Training Camp Sidelines

Published on: 12th August, 2009

Eagles' linebacker Joe Mays is stepping in for the injured Stewart Bradley in the team's preseason game against the Patriots on Thursday. If Mays can maintain his composure and physical style of play, he could start all 16 games this season. Mays was taken 200th overall in the 2008 draft, and I ...

Michael Crabtree and Al Davis: The Clash Of Egos

Published on: 6th August, 2009

Michael Crabtree has been quite a controversial topic since he was drafted. He came off a great year at Texas Tech with stats through the roof. He has a list of awards, where if I were to read them off of a scroll, the paper would most likely billow in ...

Where In The World Is Michael Vick: The Top Team For Him

Published on: 6th August, 2009

There is never a shortage of articles on Michael Vick. He is a quarterback with a twist; he can run and he can throw, and there is no denying he can play football. There has been much speculation about which team he will play with this season, so who will it be? The ...

Injuries Could Already Be Tearing a Fairy Tale Eagle’s Season Apart

Published on: 3rd August, 2009

First Brian Westbrook's ankle starts acting up again, which wasn't completely unexpected for the ageing star. Then during training camp, Shawn Andrews and Jason Peters are sidelined with two injuries which don't look all that serious. And on Sunday night Stewart Bradley injured his knee and Ellis Hobbs suffered a ...

Life Without Johnson: Can The Eagles Continue Their Top 3 “D” in ’09?

Published on: 25th July, 2009

Jim Johnson left the team a few months back indefinitely due to his cancer treatment. It now looks like he has hung up the defensive coordinator hat for good. We all wish him the best of luck with his ongoing treatment and hope for the best. However, the football season ...

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