The Official Site of the Philadelphia Eagles
Dave Spadaro
Eagles Insider
  • A Very Big Win For A Lot Of Reasons

    It was, as veteran safety Malcolm Jenkins insisted afterward, β€œone win, one notch on the belt,” but it felt like more than that for the Eagles in the aftermath of the 21-10 victory over previously undefeated Minnesota on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. It felt like the Eagles needed to rise up ,,,

  • Winning The Basics Key To Victory

    Maybe Jim Schwartz dials up an added blitz or two. Perhaps Doug Pederson and Frank Reich insert a wrinkle into the offensive game plan. For the most part, though, the Eagles are going to do what they do when they play Minnesota on Sunday, and the Eagles will win if they execute the basics better than the Vikings ...

  • Eagles D: For The Love Of Schwartz

    Jim Schwartz isn't one to shy away from expressing himself. He did so on Thursday at his weekly press conference, speaking in critical terms of the way his Eagles defense played Sunday in the loss at Washington, and he's said mostly the same things, in perhaps more colorful language, behind closed doors to his players all week ...

  • Who Won In The Blockbuster Trade?

    Two players, one landscape-altering trade and together the fortunes of two NFL franchises changed. Eight days before the regular season began, the Eagles dealt quarterback Sam Bradford to Minnesota for a first-round draft pick in 2017 and a conditional draft pick in 2018 and then promoted rookie Carson Wentz to the starting role ...

  • Eagles Must Win Back The Trench War

    The penalties have been, no question, a major problem in the two Eagles losses this season. Missed tackles and blown assignments have hurt the defense. A lack of explosive plays down the field in the passing game has hampered the offense. But to start to fix the problems and get back to winning, the Eagles must seize the line of scrimmage ...

  • Another Loss And Concerns For Eagles

    LANDOVER, MD – A seven-point halftime deficit felt a lot worse for an Eagles defense that gave up 285 total net yards, 17 first downs and 5-of-7 third-down conversions to a Washington offense that was almost perfect. A half later, it was a lot worse for the Eagles on a Sunday when they fell, 27-20, to Washington at FedEx Field ...

  • Secondary's Big Task & Key Numbers

    A defense that had not permitted a touchdown pass through three games allowed three last Sunday in a first half in Detroit that was a struggle, and now the Eagles face one of the most explosive passing games in the NFL at Washington ...

Most Recent Content
Fan Central
Fan Poll
Join The Conversation