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  • Seahawks prey on punchless Eagles' offense

    Seahawks prey on punchless Eagles' offense
    The Not Ready for Prime Time Players remained not ready for prime time. Quarterback Russell Wilson masterfully improvised his way to 263 passing yards and 48 more on the ground and the Seattle Seahawks held the Philadelphia Eagles to 139 yards and...
  • McCoy finds Eagles career rushing record to be bittersweet

    McCoy finds Eagles career rushing record to be bittersweet
    — LeSean McCoy would have traded some yards for a win. The Philadelphia Eagles running back certainly has enough of them — a franchise-best 6,451 for his career, in fact. Alas, he surpassed the previous leader, Wilbert Montgomery, during a...
  • Eagles' Kelly: play quantity trumps time of possession

    Eagles' Kelly: play quantity trumps time of possession
    — According to Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly, culture beats scheme every time. Kelly also believes, as he reiterated at Monday's press conference in the aftermath of Sunday's messy 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, that time of...
  • Foles knows he needs to show the Eagles much more — or else

    — All the answers flowed refreshingly unrehearsed that day last spring when Nick Foles sat down with a small group of reporters for around an hour. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback would give his views on everything from the Bible to the...
  • Eagles lose Foles but defeat Texans

    — Even before the X-ray machine was fired up in the bowels of NRG Stadium, Mark Sanchez had the Philadelphia Eagles fired up on the field. The backup quarterback was thrust into his first action as an Eagle when starter Nick Foles was knocked...
  • Eagles' midseason report card is encouraging

    Eagles' midseason report card is encouraging
    Because the Philadelphia Eagles have been so inconsistent while continuing to be ravaged by injuries, it's difficult to project what direction they go in the second half of this season. Equally difficult is assessing grades for our annual midseason...
  • Philadelphia Eagles running game now a three-headed monster

    Philadelphia Eagles running game now a three-headed monster
    — The monster now has three heads, something we haven't seen in these parts since the early days of the Andy Reid era, when Duce Staley, Brian Westbrook and Correll Buckhalter shared the Philadelphia Eagles rushing load in 2003. And just in time,...
  • What They're Saying after the Eagles beat Carolina

    What They're Saying after the Eagles beat Carolina
    Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin "I think what we did tonight that we didn't do last week was we rushed very disciplined. I mean, nobody was selfish up front, looking to get behind the quarterback. And Cam (Newton) really didn't have an escape route...
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Five observations on dominating win

    Monday Morning Quarterback: Five observations on dominating win
    Quite a few things jumped out from the Eagles' 45-21 victory over Carolina Panthers late last night. Here's one person's top five: 1. They had no running game (37 yards on 23 carries) and gave up 300 passing yards and still won by more than three...
  • Eagles notebook: Kelce concerned about snaps

    Eagles notebook: Kelce concerned about snaps
    — The first step toward solving a problem is admitting there is one. Sunday, after three full games since his return from hernia surgery, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce finally admitted to being concerned about the poor quality and...
  • Can Eagles handle January rematch with Packers?

    Maybe the Eagles were trying so hard to forget about Sunday's horrifying 53-20 loss to the Packers in the moments following the game because they sense they'll have to remember it around two months from now. That sets up the lead question in today's...