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  • Defense Looks To Bounce Back In Cincy

    In retrospect, defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz said, the Eagles needed to be a lot better on Monday night to beat one of the best, quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers. The defense needed to be better in coverage, better in pass rush, better in everything ...

  • In Big Picture, Much Progress Made

    Sometimes, it's difficult to take a big-picture look at a team in a results-now business. Monday's loss to Green Bay was a disappointment, and it was the Eagles' sixth loss in eight games. There is no margin for error at 5-6. Within that short-term challenge is a very bright future for the Philadelphia Eagles ...

  • Third Downs Doom Defense In Defeat

    In the locker room, they called it a “cat-and-mouse” game, which turned out too lopsided in favor of the cat, a slickster named Aaron Rodgers. The Eagles, so dominating at home through four games this season, fell way, way short on Monday night in the Hall of Fame Game at Lincoln Financial Field, losing 27-13 and falling to 5-6 in 2016 ...

  • Carson Wentz Through Jaws' Eyes

    Ron Jaworski is watching. He is always watching and taking notes and understanding what Carson Wentz is going through every step of the way. Jaworski was a quarterback in Philadelphia, of course, and he knows about the scrutiny and the spotlight and the pressure and the opinions ...

  • News, Notes And This And That

    For Allen Barbre, it’s a left vs. right thing. Moving from left guard to right tackle is about, in essence, doing everything backward. Barbre just hopes that doing it backward enough will make the Eagles' offensive line go forward on Monday night against the Green Bay Packers ...

  • Plenty Of Football Left To Make A Run

    At 5-5, the Eagles understand the big picture. "We have to win them all," safety Rodney McLeod said after Sunday's loss in Seattle. "That's the way I look at the rest of this season ...

  • In Focus: WR Corps Down The Stretch

    Going in, the wide receiver corps here was in flux. The Eagles knew it, and that’s why they took low-risk, good-reward fliers on veterans Chris Givens and Rueben Randle, both of whom were released before the preseason ended. It’s why Howie Roseman traded for Dorial Green-Beckham, a second-round draft pick in 2015, in a deal with Tennessee. It’s why the Eagles added Bryce Treggs ...

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