Philadelphia, PA - For the third consecutive year, the Eagles have found their way to a post-season berth in a very unlikely scenario. Aided by the emergence of running back Boston Scott, the Philly offense has started to play much better down the stretch, and combined with the collapse of an uber-talented Dallas roster, the Eagles took the NFC East crown.
Philadelphia, PA - After their third consecutive win, the Philadelphia Eagles are in the driver’s seat of the NFC East. Perhaps a more fitting name would be the NFC Least, but regardless, a home playoff game is certainly in the cards for the Birds coming into January.
Philadelphia, PA - Philly did what they had to do on Monday when they knocked off the New York Giants in overtime. The game looked bleak after the first half, with the Giants jumping to a 17-3 lead and the Eagles offense being booed off the field. Eli Manning’s first start since Week 2 went about as well as he could’ve hoped, and he found a connection with rookie wide receiver Darius Slayton, who scored two touchdowns in the first half.
Philadelphia, PA - After another ugly loss, this time at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks, the Eagles are looking for answers. The defense certainly hasn’t been the issue, they’ve had back-to-back very good performances and have helped keep the team in the game. It’s the offense that has really been a problem.
Philadelphia, PA - As the season winds down, the Eagles have somehow found themselves in a “win and in” scenario on Sunday. All they have to do is take down the Dallas Cowboys at the Linc, and they’ll take home the NFC East and thusly a home playoff game. The issue with that scenario is that the Eagles still have to beat the Cowboys.
Philadelphia, PA - Now they’ve really done it. The Philadelphia Eagles have been very inconsistent, and have at times been teasing the fans with some very good-looking wins, while at other times losing to teams they have no business losing to.
Philadelphia, PA - So close. The Philadelphia Eagles came up just short last Sunday against New England. In a 17-10 defeat, the Eagles played well enough to win, with their defense holding Tom Brady to only 216 passing yards and only allowing one second-half touchdown when Julian Edelman threw a touchdown pass on a trick play.