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  • Bye Week: Time To Reflect, Look Ahead

    The bye week is a time to reflect, however briefly, and to look ahead. For the coaching staff, the days are spent reviewing every nuance of the opening three games, checking tendencies, going over what worked and what didn’t, as well as preparing for the Detroit Lions in two Sundays ...

  • Eagles Flex Muscles On Way To 3-0 Start

    How many more “tests” do the Eagles need to pass before they are called what they are, and that’s an undefeated team after three games, a team that has gotten contributions from every phase and a team that, in the course of 60 minutes on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, obliterated one of the top squads in the NFL, 34-3 ...

  • Phil Simms: A Look At Wentz And Eagles

    Phil Simms can appreciate the journey from small-school football to the NFL. He played at Morehead State, was a first-round draft pick of the New York Giants (1979) and, of course, went on to become a Super Bowl winner (twice). Simms is in town as the color analyst for the CBS broadcast ...

  • Reich: Huge Test For Offense Sunday

    No giveaways. A league-leading 37 minutes of possession time per game. A rookie quarterback who has taken control in a manner that nobody saw coming. Yep, offensive coordinator Frank Reich has had some good things happen to his offense through two regular season games ...

  • Eagles Follow A Winning Formula

    The lead was 9-7, decidedly tenuous in the third quarter of Monday night's game at Soldier Field, a point during games when the good teams do something to seize momentum. The Eagles did exactly that in a three-series segment that defines the first two wins of this season ...

  • The Eagles Are 2-0 Because ...

    CHICAGO -- The fans were ready for this moment. Quarterback Carson Wentz, finished with his post-game interview with ESPN, turned and made his way to the locker room and the revved-up Eagles fans let him have it after a 29-14 road win over Chicago on Monday night ...

  • Setting Stage For Huge Prime-Time Game

    CHICAGO – Sunday night, 7 o’clock Chicago time. The Monday Night Football broadcast team is wrapping up its production meeting with the Eagles – sitting with head coach Doug Pederson, defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz and several players, including quarterback Carson Wentz ...


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