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  • 'We're Walking Out Of Here With A Win'

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - It felt like the season was on the line for the Eagles at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. They had a five-point lead, Giants ball, just under four minutes remaining in the game. Hold time for the defense ...

  • Eagles Look For Goal No. 2 On Sunday

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. – Interesting, isn’t it, how two games against the Giants this season will go a long toward defining the Eagles in 2017? They beat New York in Week 3 on the 61-yard Jake Elliott field goal, a victory that launched the Eagles to a nine-game winning streak ...

  • Jay Ajayi Could Be Ramping Up At Right Time

    Lost in everything that happened on Sunday in Los Angeles was the involvement of Jay Ajayi in the Eagles’ running game. Ajayi played 43 snaps, his most in a game since joining the Eagles at the trade deadline in early November, and had 15 carries for 78 yards and looked ready to handle more of the load for the Eagles on the ground ...

  • Supporting Carson Wentz In His Recovery

    In our race to see what happens next with the Philadelphia Eagles, an important pause is suggested: Let’s step back and be thankful that Carson Wentz is here and let’s appreciate the season he had in 13 games ...

  • News, Notes And A Focus On The Giants

    It’s not just all about Nick Foles taking over the quarterback position. It’s about an entire team approaching the rest of the season on a game-to-game basis. How to defeat the next opponent? That’s the task. And it’s never been more pronounced than now, with the Eagles one win away from clinching a first-round bye in the postseason ...

  • How Will Defenses Try To Attack QB Nick Foles?

    I’m telling Nick Foles the tale of Jeff Hostetler and the 1990 New York Giants. Hostetler, a third-round pick in his sixth season, replaced an injured Phil Simms for the 11-2 Giants that season and led New York to the Lombardi Trophy. Foles, a third-round pick in his sixth season for the 11-2 Eagles, seems amused ...

  • Eagles Move Forward Confidently With Foles

    Life goes on for the Philadelphia Eagles in the aftermath of quarterback Carson Wentz’s season-ending knee injury, just as it has gone on in the past when starring, starting quarterbacks have gone down. But there’s a reason head coach Doug Pederson presented himself with a stiff upper lip and a strong message: He has faith that veteran Nick Foles can operate the offense at a high level for the 11-2 Eagles ...

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