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Philadelphia Eagles Week 1 Takeaways: Playcalling, Turnovers and Injuries

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Philadelphia Eagles Week 1 matchup vs the Washington Football Team was certainly a tough one to watch. What felt like endless pressure on Carson Wentz; mainly in the 2nd half, ultimately derailed Philadelphia’s chances to put the game away. But, it wasn’t just the injured Offensive Line that led to the struggles in Week 1. Playcalling Doug Pederson has some horrendous playcalling at times in the game, especially when Philly was up 17-0 in the 2nd half. How do go for in your own territory TWICE up 3 scores? Not only that, but they failed...

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How The Eagles Reconstructed Their Struggling Secondary

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Philadelphia Eagles secondary in 2019 was at best, average. But many poor outings would show the defensive unit was well below average. With an extremely strong defensive line and capable offense, Philly is left to wonder how much better their season could have gone with a better secondary unit. If you look closely at the stats from 2019, you would see the Eagles struggled the most against teams number one wide receivers. Philadelphia gave up 167 yards and three touchdowns to Stefon Diggs in their week six matchup, as well as conceding 159 yards and...

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How The NFL Should Move Forward Regarding DeSean Jackson’s Anti-Semitic Comments

Reading Time: 2 minutesOn Tuesday of this week, DeSean Jackson made a surprising post, to say the least. He shared an image on Instagram that was blatantly anti-Semitic. The quote it depicted, falsely attributed to Hitler, explained that white Jews have a plot to extort America and that they plan for world domination.  This post has obviously been seen as offensive by many people. At the forefront of the commotion, is the Jewish community demanding Jackson be reprimanded for his actions. However, in stark contrast to the Drew Brees incident, players in the NFL have largely been silent.  The...

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Interview With Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback Craig James

Reading Time: 2 minutesRecently, I was lucky enough to interview Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Craig James. James was an undrafted free agent signed by the Minnesota Vikings following a two year career at Southern Illinois. In 2019, James had a career high 12 special teams tackles and was 5th on the team in special teams snaps. I would like to thank Craig once again for the amazing opportunity. Q (Me): Tell us a little about where you grew up. A (Craig): I grew up in a small town in Illinois, not too far from Chicago. Q: How did you get...

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Potential Replacements for Eagles’ OL Brandon Brooks

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Eagles “retooled” offense took a huge hit this month, when Pro Bowl Guard Brandon Brooks tore his Achilles. Brooks is arguably the best lineman on an Eagles line that consists of Jason Kelce, Lane Johnson, and previously Jason Peters. Brooks is highest graded guard in the entire NFL by Pro Football Focus’ metrics (PFF), and can even make the argument for being not only the best lineman in Philadelphia, but their best player on their team. It’s pretty much near impossible to replace Brooks’ impact in the lineup, but they can most certainly lessen the...

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