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  • Patrick Chung will add some (currently non-existent) physicality to the Eagles' secondary

     
    Yesterday on Twitter, I posed the following question: I know I can't, and neither could any of my Twitter followers. If anybody else can think of one, please let me know. In fairness to Nate, he's more of a centerfielder/coverage......
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Defense will have to carry Eagles the rest of the way

     
    After five games, it's time to break out two of the most annoying cliches in the history of cliches when assessing the state of the Philadelphia Eagles' offense. So if you're easily offended, turn your head now. Ready? Here goes:......
  • Final impressions of a Sunday spent at the Linc

     
    They've turned out the lights here at Lincoln Financial Field as I type away at 7:20. I am ready to turn off the computer and head for home after a busy weekend. I have to be honest, I saw three football games over the past three days -- Whitehall/CCHS on...
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Samuel gets last laugh

     
    Atlanta Falcons cornerback Asante Samuel was never happier than he was following his team's 30-17 demolition of his old team, the Philadelphia Eagles, yesterday. "It felt awesome, man, out there in front of all my fans that love me," said......
  • Film Breakdown: The Eagles' putrid defense on the Saints' second drive

     
    Below, we're going to show just one drive (just seven plays) from last night's Eagles-Saints game of pure unadulterated defensive grossness. Play #1 Below, Jason Babin is circled. The Saints are going to run to the right side on this......
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Nowhere to go from here but down

     
    Confusion reigns for the Philadelphia Eagles these days. From their play calling to their game management to their communication to their hopeless predicament, nobody knows what's next. The only step left is for nobody to care. Even the players know......
  • Film breakdown: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Nnamdi Asomugha are safe and sound, thankfully

     
    You know how in the NBA, if a guy has five fouls and he's defending a player that has gotten position on him deep in the post, he'll give sort of a half-hearted swat at the ball, but will otherwise......
  • Chance to see Eagles at softball game on Saturday

     
    LeSean "Shady" McCoy's charity softball game to benefit ALS research and disadvantaged youths is almost upon us. As he announced in March, his second annual celebrity softball game at Lancaster's Clipper Magazine Stadium will feature a bunch of...
  • 13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: Denver Broncos

    13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: Denver Broncos
    In anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will take a daily look at one of the 13 opponents on the Ravens’ regular-season schedule. Today is the Denver Broncos. On Sept. 5, the wait will be over. The...
  • Coming off quiet game, Torrey Smith to take on Cowboys' tough cornerbacks

    Coming off quiet game, Torrey Smith to take on Cowboys' tough cornerbacks
    It was an especially quiet day for the Ravens' passing game in general Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs with no touchdowns passes and one interception for quarterback Joe Flacco during a 9-6 victory at Arrowhead Stadium. It marked a season worst for...
  • Lardarius Webb a more painful loss than Ray Lewis

    Lardarius Webb a more painful loss than Ray Lewis
    Given all the glorious memories, the individual accolades, the passion he has exuded, and his significance to his team, his city and the game he has sacrificed his body and long-term health for since joining the Ravens in 1996, it’s understandable...