Chip Kelly’s time in Philadelphia is no more, and it seems it may have been cut short before anyone can really know if his plan would have worked. Continue reading
The Philadelphia Eagles find themselves at the bottom of one of the weakest divisions in the National Football League through four regular season games, after losing to the Washington Professional Football Team to fall to 1-3. Continue reading
Let’s reset the scene from this past weekend in the National Football League. Philadelphia needed to win one more game than their division-rival Dallas Cowboys with two games remaining to make the playoffs and win he NFC East. The Philadelphia Eagles lost (for the third time in as many weeks) to the Washington Redskins late Saturday afternoon, 27-24.
The Eagles were then eliminated from the playoffs when the Cowboys steamrolled over the Indianapolis Colts, 42-7, just 24 hours later. Philly never even gave Dallas a chance to hand the Eagles the division in the last week of the season, and never put the end-of-season pressure on Dallas that they had struggled to handle the past three seasons.
New Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback Mark Sanchez has dominated the headlines since the Eagles’ Monday Night Football beatdown of the Carolina Panthers, 45-21. Sanchez finished the game 20-37 for 332 yards, two passing touchdowns, 21.2 fantasy points and two Philly cheesesteaks. Continue reading