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  • 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 ...

  • A 5-1 Start And Some Of The Reasons Why

    You would have been pleased with a 4-2 record after six games. At 5-1? Pure joy, right? The Eagles are off to a great start to the 2017 season, and now as they take off for the weekend, not to return until Tuesday, we pause to assess just how the team reached this point.

  • Statement Made: Eagles Are For Real

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – It was everything a prime-time matchup should be: Big plays, high tempo, a lot of physical play, and, in the end, a win for a team determined to make a national statement. And here’s the statement made by the Eagles after a thrilling 28-23 win at Bank of America Stadium: The Eagles are for real with a 5-1 record, and they are in commanding position six games into the season.

  • No Excuses For Prime-Time Eagles

    Defensive tackle Tim Jernigan doesn’t want to hear about all the pitfalls of playing on the road Thursday night. All he sees is an opportunity for the Eagles to play in a prime-time game and show the country what kind of team the Eagles have in 2017 ...

  • A Short Week And A Very Tall Challenge

    It’s quiet early on this Monday at the NovaCare Complex. The 24-hour rule for enjoying the dominating win over Arizona on Sunday is reduced to a 12-hour version. There is no time to bask in the 34-7 victory, not with the short week here and a Thursday prime-time game in Carolina just days away ...

  • Blowout Win Keeps Eagles Rolling At 4-1

    These are the kind of games you’ve seen in the past where the Eagles, who looked overwhelmingly good on paper as 1 p.m. approached, would misfire here, jump offsides there, drop a pass all over, and in the end, well, it would just not be a satisfying afternoon. On Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field, the Eagles took care of business early (in the game) and late (on third downs) and blew apart the Arizona Cardinals 34-7, the team’s third consecutive victory ...

  • Matchups To Keep An Eye On Vs. Arizona

    Injuries are a factor here. Depth is being tested. The Arizona Cardinals and the Eagles start the second quarter of the season coming off tough wins and with some players bouncing around the depth chart. Here are some key matchups for Sunday’s game at Lincoln Financial Field ...

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