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  • Eagles, Saints face same giant playoff hurdle

    — Riley Cooper flashed a sad smile and walked away without saying a word. What the fourth-year Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver was running from on Wednesday was a question about the end of his first year, when he was in his first playoff game...
  • Video review: Trent Cole still has it

     
    Too often, Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis reminded us on Tuesday, perceptions of players are mutated by statistics that do little or nothing to underscore their value. Outside linebacker Trent Cole, for example, has been a forced on the defense....
  • Positive final grades, for most part, on Eagles report card

    Positive final grades, for most part, on Eagles report card
    — Seven wins in their last eight regular-season games, a 10-6 record and an NFC East crown landed the Philadelphia Eagles back in the playoffs for the first time since 2010. Those factors also worked to pull up the team's final grades, after a...
  • Eagles winning composure the result of tremendous growth

    Eagles winning composure the result of tremendous growth
    — Patrick Chung was on the ground, the result of a whiffed tackle. Dez Bryant was chugging untouched toward the end zone. More than 90,000 Dallas Cowboys fans were roaring their approval, their sounds amplified tenfold from bouncing off the walls...
  • Eagles conditioning has players peaking at right time

    — Minimal injuries, fresh legs and veterans who have embraced an extra day of practice each week in an era when all other forces within the NFL are pushing the other way are what the Philadelphia Eagles are all about these days. They owe it to...
  • Despite success, Eagles have much roster rebuilding ahead

    — Expiring contracts and performance dilemmas abound for the Philadelphia Eagles, who will have more than their share of difficult decisions to make once this season ends, regardless of how many more wins the team gets. For example: • Is...
  • Surprising defense has put the Eagles in position for a playoff push

    PHILADELPHIA — Old habits die hard, at least when it comes to the Philadelphia press corps. The first question asked of Eagles coach Chip Kelly on Sunday after his team beat Arizona 24-21 at Lincoln Financial Field wondered why the offense wasn'...
  • Eagles' defense can't rest after Sunday's effort

    Eagles' defense can't rest after Sunday's effort
    — Beating two winless teams in a row with the help of a defense that saved its best for last in both weeks was maybe the most encouraging sign the Philadelphia Eagles provided on Sunday. The unit came through with its lone takeaway to squelch...
  • Breaking down Sunday's Ravens-Texans game with Houston Chronicle blogger Stephanie Stradley

    Breaking down Sunday's Ravens-Texans game with Houston Chronicle blogger Stephanie Stradley
    Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens’ opponent that week. On Sunday, the Ravens will take on the Houston Texans in Houston. Stephanie Stradley blogs about the Texans for The Houston Chronicle, and she was...
  • NFL Week 2: Chargers put their season in turnaround, beat Eagles

    NFL Week 2: Chargers put their season in turnaround, beat Eagles
    How did the San Diego Chargers prepare to face Philadelphia on a quick turnaround? In part, they spent last week turning around quickly. To prepare for Sunday's game at Philadelphia after a Monday night opener and to adjust to Chip Kelly's fast-...
  • Kendricks finally at home in middle of Eagles' defense

    Kendricks finally at home in middle of Eagles' defense
    — No Philadelphia Eagle is happier these days than Mychal Kendricks. The second-year linebacker tries to conceal it for the most part, with just a faint grin and mostly stoic responses to questions about how his situation has changed for the...