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Kendricks, Agholor and the overall feeling of the Eagles

There’s a ton of things going on regarding the Eagles as we approach opening day on September 11th, where the Eagles take on the Browns at Lincoln Financial Field. Let’s jump straight to it. MYCHAL KENDRICKS: While addressing the media, Doug … Continue reading

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Feeling heading into 2016

There’s a ton of things going on regarding the Eagles as we approach opening day on September 11th, where the Eagles take on the Browns at Lincoln Financial Field. Let’s jump straight to it. MYCHAL KENDRICKS: While addressing the media, … Continue reading

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General Feeling Heading Into 2016

There’s a ton of things going on regarding the Eagles as we approach opening day on September 11th, where the Eagles take on the Browns at Lincoln Financial Field. Let’s jump straight to it. MYCHAL KENDRICKS: While addressing the media, … Continue reading

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How the Eagles can Compete in 2016

When the Eagles traded with the Browns to move up to select Carson Wentz, the overall feeling was a mixed. Yes, there’s excitement, to potentially land a franchise quarterback, and end the annual question of “can (insert average quarterback’s name … Continue reading

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Eagles Fans Must Be Patient With Carson Wentz

Let’s jump straight to it. The Eagles traded the Cleveland Browns for the 2nd overall pick in the 2016 draft. The Eagles also received the Browns’ 4th round pick in exchange for a 1st, 3rd and 4th in 2016, a … Continue reading

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Howie Roseman Deserves Your Vote in the Presidential Election

When Chip Kelly was fired and Philadelphia Eagles’ owner Jeffrey Lurie made it clear Howie Roseman was in control of the roster, most fans were terrified. He’s too hands on, he can’t nail a draft, he’s not, dare I say, … Continue reading

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The Case for Sam Bradford

3,725 yards, 19 touchdown passes, 14 interceptions, 86.4 QB rating. The 2015 season totals are average at best for Sam Bradford. And when you see those pedestrian numbers, it’s hard to argue against people who think it’s best for the … Continue reading

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