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LeSean McCoy Snow Bowl

10 Best Plays of the 2013 Philadelphia Eagles Season

10. Ced Thornton trips up Matt Forte for a safety (Week 16) When you think of the resurgence of the Eagles 3-4 defense under Billy Davis, you will think of guys like 2012 1st-round pick Fletcher Cox, outside linebacker Trent Cole, middle linebacker Mychal Kendricks, and cornerback Brandon Boykin. One of the most underrated players, […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Eagles Beat Cowboys 24-22, Win NFC East Title

Wow. What a way to end the NFL’s regular season. The Philadelphia Eagles (10-6) outlasted their rivals, the Dallas Cowboys (8-8), on Sunday Night Football 24-22. Thanks to big games from the secondary and LeSean McCoy (131 yards rushing, 1 receiving touchdown), the Eagles have won the NFC East crown and win host a playoff […]

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2013 Eagles Stat Projections: Offense

Over the next few days, I will be giving you my 2013 Philadelphia Eagles stat projections. Today, we will look at the offensive starters. Tomorrow will be defense followed by key reserves and backups. Note: All projections based on each player playing 16 games. Michael Vick, QB: 64% Completion, 3800 PYDS, 25 TDs, 14 INT’s, 450 […]

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Projecting the Philadelphia Eagles’ 53-Man Roster

These are our official projections for the Eagles’ 53-man roster. This article will continually be updated, so check back every day or so, and the changes will be in red. QBs (3): Michael Vick, Nick Foles, Matt Barkley The first two are fairly obvious: the Eagles ARE NOT going to cut Michael Vick, the most […]

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Jon Dorenbos

Jon Dorenbos Injury Update

One player who has been a mainstay since he joined the Philadelphia Eagles has been long snapper Jon Dorenbos, who won the Ed Block Courage Award in 2008 and made the Pro Bowl in 2009. He has been stellar in every way; unfortunately, in tonight’s game against the New England Patriots, he suffered a head […]

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Projecting the Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Starters Post-OTAs

Organized Team Activities (OTAs) are over, and due to the Michael Vick and Cary Williams soap operas, a lot of interesting, noteworthy performances flew under the radar. Now that the smoke has cleared and the Philadelphia Eagles are off as a team for over a month, let’s look at where the team stands offensively. Quarterback: […]

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Philadelphia Eagles 2013 Draft Results and Grades

Round 1: Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma State The Eagles went to the offensive line with the 4th overall pick by taking Lane Johnson. Overall, a pretty good move as it strengthens the offensive line (which always seems to need help). As far as a lineup change, its projected that Todd Herremans will move back to […]

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NFL Free Agency Day One: Philadelphia Eagles News and Notes

Check @KhandymanSports and keep refreshing this post for all your latest Eagles updates! Just some news bulletins/notes from today regarding the Philadelphia Eagles and their free agency plans: The Eagles were visited by former 49ers NTs Ricky Jean-Francois and Isaac Sopoaga. Both are former 49ers; the influence of new personnel director Tom Gamble is clear. […]

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Clay Harbor

Eagles Place Tight End Clay Harbor on Injured Reserve

No. 2 tight end Clay Harbor was expected to be a bigger part of the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense this season. Like so many others, however, Harbor was nothing more than a disappointment in his third year in the league. The Eagles ended Harbor’s season on Tuesday by placing him on Injured Reserve; he suffered a […]

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Xs and Os: Eagles Look to Reach 3-0 in 2nd Straight ‘Battle of the Birds’

Background/Storylines: Eagles (2-0) and Cardinals (2-0) The Philadelphia Eagles may have only won by one point against the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday, but it was a much different “one-point victory” than the Week 1 win over the Cleveland Browns. Even with the offensive issues that leave the Eagles with nine turnovers—the most in the NFL—through […]

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Who Balled and Who Stalled? Grades for Key Eagles in Week 2

The Philadelphia Eagles’ home opener vs the Baltimore Ravens in this past weekend was a ‘see-saw’ game in many respects. Both defenses played as their usual disruptive selves, but the rhythm of the offensive units dictated the match and made it an exciting fixture. Several players for the Birds stood out, while a few in particular […]

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Eagles-Ravens Analysis: 5 Things We Learned from Philadelphia’s 24-23 Win

In yet another heart-wrenching game, the Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) escaped Lincoln Financial Field with a 24-23 victory over the Baltimore Ravens (1-0). Led by Brent Celek (8 catches, 157 yards) and DeSean Jackson (7 catches, 114 yards), the Eagles offense overcame four turnovers to score 24 points and Michael Vick once again led a game-winning drive […]

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