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Philadelphia Eagles: Positives and Negatives of Hiring Billy Davis

The Philadelphia Eagles recently hired defensive coordinator Billy Davis. Here are some positives and negatives associated with the hiring: Positives: He’s Experienced Although the average football fan maybe has never heard much of Davis, he is certainly experienced when it comes to coaching in the NFL. Getting his start over 20 years ago as a […]

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Shady is set for a big game (via Getty Images).

Eagles-Steelers: 2 Eagles Positives and Negatives To Take Away From Sunday

Positive: The offensive line seems to be holding up Michael Vick once again completed 2/3 (20-for-30) of his passes and is clearly getting more time in the pocket to release the football. His completion percentage is going up and he’s fortunately not on the ground as much as he was in the first couple of […]

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Michael Vick Fumble vs Steelers

Who Balled & Who Stalled? Week 5 Grades for Key Eagles

If you were waiting for the Philadelphia Eagles’ turnovers to nip them in the but, mark Sunday, October 7th on your calendar because two early fumbles by Michael Vick are the reason the Birds leave Pittsburgh 3-2 instead of 4-1. Vick’s goal-line fumble cost the Eagles the 3 or 7 points that would’ve helped them […]

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Xs and Os: Eagles Seek 4th Win Against Cross-State Rivals

Background/Storylines: Eagles (3-1) and Steelers (1-2) The Philadelphia Eagles may have a +/- of -17, but they’re 3-1 and that is all that really matters. With Lawrence Tynes missing two consecutive long kicks to give them a 19-17 victory over the rival New York Giants, the Birds lead the NFC East and proved that they […]

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Shady vs Giants

4 Things I Learned About the Eagles Against New York

1. Andy Reid knows how to run! I know, can you believe it? Andy Reid finally realized he has an All-Pro Running Back and decided to give him 10 more attempts than last week. The only flaw that I saw from a coaching standpoint as far as giving Shady the ball, was that sequence where […]

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Andy Reid,

Foles, Eagles Rally to Win Against Steelers, Andy Reid Cheered

Alas, the long football offseason is finally over and us couch potatoes can return to the sofas, turn on FOX, and watch some Eagles football. Kind of. It was the first preseason game for the “Redeem Team” against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but more importantly it was the first game Andy Reid has coached since losing […]

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Eagles vs Giants

Examining the 8 Toughest Games on the Eagles’ 2012 Schedule

The Philadelphia Eagles weren’t able to take advantage of a relatively easy schedule in 2011, going 8-8 and disappointing pretty much the entire world. Not only did they face the lowly NFC West which they went a paltry 1-3 against, but they also faced a struggling AFC East division which they could only manage two wins against. […]

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Joe Banner

Why Joe Banner Stepping Down Was the Right Move

Since Joe Banner was inserted as the president of operations for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2001, they’ve been one of the most successful franchises in the league. They’ve been to five NFC Championship games and even one Super Bowl, winning numerous division titles in between. Two things Banner hadn’t accomplished? Winning the Super Bowl and earning the […]

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Michael Vick

Philadelphia Eagles 2012 Schedule Released

As the NFL Draft approaches, the Philadelphia Eagles can finally see their schedule for the 2012 season. Following an 8-8 disappointment in which key players—Michael Vick, Nnamdi Asomugha, DeSean Jackson, and others—struggled mightily, the Eagles are trying to use a good offseason and draft to propel themselves to the top of the NFC. Unfortunately, the […]

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Andy Reid and the “Linebacker Stigma”

I don’t know what it is with Andy Reid and linebackers. Maybe before he bulked up to what he is now, he was a star linebacker and some unspeakable accident occurred to him. Maybe his version of Hell is a defense full of stud linebackers. Perhaps, even as a little child, his parents taught him […]

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MLB Transaction Recap: NL East

The NL East had a very productive year in the offseason. One of the stronger divisions should welcome back the Miami Marlins to the playoff race, but teams can’t cant out the emergent Washington Nationals.  Miami Marlins Who would’ve thought that the Marlins would have such a productive off-season? The signings of huge names like […]

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Xs and Os – A New Season Begins

As the NFL season heads into the postseason, the games obviously will become more intense and exciting, as will my analysis. The slate set for this week’s Wild Card is extremely exciting, and for this special playoff edition I will cover all four games instead of only the top three. There are many exciting story […]

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