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  • Wentz Leads With MVP-Type Performance

    The chants were faint, delivered by a deliriously happy crowd at Lincoln Financial Field, but they were audible, with 11:10 remaining in the fourth quarter. “MVP. MVP. MVP.” Quarterback Carson Wentz had just delivered his fourth touchdown pass of the night in a 34-24 win over Washington and the fans couldn’t hold back ...

  • How Will Eagles Handle The Hype Tonight?

    Washington comes to Lincoln Financial Field tonight a wounded animal. The defense, already banged up, lost prized rookie tackle Jonathan Allen for the season with a foot injury. Standout cornerback Josh Norman is out. The other starting cornerback Bashaud Breeland may play, but he’s hurting with a knee injury. Pro Bowl offensive tackle Trent Williams is a game-time decision. So why is it so worrisome? ...

  • A Look At An Offense That's Doing It All

    Total yards per game is often a misleading statistic that doesn’t give a true barometer of an offense’s effectiveness, yet it is generally the metric used as the standard in the NFL. Better idea: What's the number of points a team scores per drive? In this category, the Eagles’ true offensive prowess is displayed ...

  • Special Teams Absorbs Another Key Injury

    Just how many personnel losses can Dave Fipp’s special teams units sustain and continue to win every week? The latest is Chris Maragos, who was placed on Injured Reserve after suffering a knee injury last Thursday in the win over Carolina ...

  • Off The Field, Eagles Try To Win Every Day

    If it is a day off in the bump and grind of the NFL season, you’ll generally find Eagles players taking care of their business. Some of it involves football, of course, because taking care of the body is a 24/7 demand. Much of it, though, includes community work, making a difference to those in need ...

  • LB Nigel Bradham Gains Notice In Defense

    The reporters surrounding Nigel Bradham’s NovaCare Complex locker on Tuesday were four-deep. No kidding. They came in waves, and Bradham greeted all of them with a smile and an honest answer. It was like, and this sounds weird for a player who in his second season here and his sixth in the NFL, the world discovered him after his 10-tackle, two-passes defended performance in last week’s win over Carolina ...

  • Even At 5-1, Eagles Know They Must Improve

    The goal is perfection, and it is unattainable, but it remains the reach for every football team. So the Eagles are 5-1 and they have put themselves in good position in mid-October, and with four of the next five games in the raucous confines of Lincoln Financial Field, the Eagles have a chance to create a solid playoff scenario for themselves ...

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