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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Has a Little Philadelphia Eagles Easter Egg

Posted on 29 Feb, 2016, by in NFL

Just like George R.R. Martin made some New York Giants, New England Patriots and Bill Belichick references in his A Song of Ice and Fire books, the Sound Editor on the latest Star Wars film, also incharge of inventing alien dialect, just had to insert players names from his favorite team into his bit, which means the Philadelphia Eagles will always be intertwined with the most successful movie ever made. More

Philadelphia Eagles – Winners of the 2013 Snow Bowl

Posted on 9 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

For a half or so, it looked like the Detroit Lions, thanks to the strong arm of Matthew Stafford and the big target Calvin Johnson happens to be, were more accustomed to the weather. The moment LeSean McCoy got going, everything flipped, and the Philadelphia Eagles looked like the weather wasn’t even bothering them, as their running back slid his way to the record books and to a 34-20 win. More

Philadelphia Eagles – Nick Foles Can Do No Wrong

Posted on 2 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

The Philadelphia Eagles are keeping pace with the Dallas Cowboys at the top of the NFC East with a fourth consecutive win after yet another impressive performance from the undisputed starting quarterback, Nick Foles, leading his team to a 24-21 win over the Arizona Cardinals. More

Philadelphia Eagles – Even Nick Foles is Outplaying Eli Manning

Posted on 7 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

It was hard to decide what was the more compelling story as the Philadelphia Eagles finally won a game, as they usually do against the New York Giants, who fell to 0-5 for the first time in 26 years: Either Nick Foles stepping up big time for the injured Michael Vick, or Eli Manning completely destroying any chance his team had to end the losing streak, and the existence of any following or support he had as someone who isn’t to blame for where the Giants are at right now. More

Denver Broncos – Defense Needs to Start Stopping Tight Ends

Posted on 11 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Even though the Denver Broncos’ defense tied for the league lead in sacks, finished second overall in fewest yards allowed and fourth overall in fewest points allowed last season, their inability to handle tight ends is something they should be extremely cautious about as they head towards a month with three NFC East teams on their schedule, which means an even greater focus on their weakness. More