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Report: Eagles Will Trade Up if Marcus Mariota Slides

Everyone knows Chip Kelly covets quarterback prospect Marcus Mariota, and so it will not come as much of a surprise to you that Metro’s Kristian Dyer is reporting that a “high-placed league source” tells him that if the Oregon quarterback falls to No. 6, the Eagles will do what it takes to swap picks with […]

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5 Most Pleasant Surprises for 2014 Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2014 season was marked by inconsistency; after starting 7-2, the team went 3-4 down the stretch to miss the playoffs despite reaching ten wins for the second straight year under Chip Kelly. While there were many disappointments, especially at the quarterback position, this year’s team was full of pleasant surprises. Here are […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Eagles Season Ends in Heartbreaking Fashion, 26-24 to Saints

In one disappointing end to an otherwise incredible season, the Philadelphia Eagles fell 26-24 to the New Orleans Saints at Lincoln Financial Field. Despite a pretty second half from Nick Foles, who ended the game with 195 yards and two touchdowns for a 105 passer rating, the Eagles could not stop the Saints rushing attack. […]

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Eagles-Cowboys Matchup Analysis: Who Has the Edge At Each Position?

This Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) will travel to Jerry’s World to take on the Dallas Cowboys (8-7) in a game that will decide the NFC East title and each team’s playoff status. The winner will take the division and play at least one home playoff game; if the Eagles win, they will be the […]

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Xs and Os: Eagles-Bears Week 16 Preview and Prediction

Playoff Implications: Bears (8-6) @ Eagles (8-6) This game has huge implications for the NFC playoff picture. The Bears lead the NFC North, but only by .5 a game over the Packers and 1 game over the Lions. The Eagles lead the NFC East, but only by a game over the Cowboys who they play […]

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Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report: Week 5 vs Giants

The last three weeks for the Philadelphia Eagles (1-3) have certainly been a struggle. Coming off of a 32 point loss to the Denver Broncos (4-0), they are looking to turn it around against the Giants. Although its been established that the Eagles are not doing very well this season, the New York Giants are […]

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5 Reasons to Be Excited About the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013

Khandyman Sports has been nominated for best blog in Philly. Help us out by voting here. In addition to playing in a weak division—the Giants are struggling, the Cowboys stink, and the ‘Skins are hurting—the Eagles have these five things going for them in 2013: 1. LeSean McCoy Is Back, And He’s (Very) Healthy In […]

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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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Projecting the Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Starters, Pre-Training Camp

With OTAs and voluntary workouts done and dusted, Eagles fans have been exposed to some of the talent on the roster for the upcoming season. On the defensive side of the ball, there are many new Free Agents and draft picks vying for starting spots by Week 1 of the regular season. With training camp […]

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2013 NFL Draft: Why the Philadelphia Eagles Should Select Sharrif Floyd

Toughness is one of the things that the Eagles have lacked since Brian Dawkins left. That mean, nasty player teams on the other side of the ball fear. Fletcher Cox was the first piece, as he has all of those qualities and more. But being next to an average defensive tackle like a Mike Patterson […]

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Projecting Eagles Defensive Starters Post-Free Agency

When Chip Kelly came into the organization, people knew things would change even on the defensive side of the ball for the Philadelphia Eagles. When he hired Billy Davis, a pioneer of the 4-3 “Under” (basically the 3-4), people knew things were going to change a lot. And they have, as the Eagles have used […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Grading the Eagles’ Week 16 Loss

The Philadelphia Eagles (4-11) may have lost once again on Sunday, 27-20 to the Washington Redskins, but this loss was different. For one, the Eagles showed some heart and resiliency in the fourth quarter when a 27-13 game seemed over. Secondly, it was a very, very good learning experience for some of the younger guys […]

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