The following Eagles will be inactive for their game against the Steelers today: Josh Andrews, Zach Ertz, Dillon Gordon, Leodis McKelvin, Isaac Seumalo, Bryce Treggs and Halapoulivaati Vaitai. Read more »
Before Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season schedule kicks off, let’s have some fun by taking a look at the spreads for this week’s round of games. (Click here for our NFL Week 3 expert predictions.)
Here are suggestions when trying to beat the odds. You can find all of today’s NFL betting lines and more at Bovada. My record so far this season is 15-14-1 after going 8-7 last week. Let’s get to the picks. Read more »
The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2016 NFL schedule continues this week as the team is set to play a home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Eagles are trying to stay undefeated on the season after getting off to a 2-0 start. Read more »
As you prepare for Sunday’s big interstate battle between the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers, here’s this week’s edition of Weekend Reading: Read more »
Similar to last week, this week’s batch of games should be entertaining. Once again, there are four top-25 matchups, including three in the SEC that will play a huge role in the race to play in SEC Championship Game.
Let’s take a look at three players Eagles fans should keep an eye out for later today. Read more »
The Philadelphia Eagles host the Pittsburgh Steelers in a Week 3 game on Sunday, Sept. 25. Here’s how we expect it to play out: Read more »
As Jason Kelce’s disappointing play permeated throughout the season last year, questions circulated about why the former Pro Bowl center was struggling. Was it the poor guard play next to him? Was it Chip Kelly’s increasingly inept offense?
Despite the upgrade next to Kelce in Brandon Brooks and Doug Pederson’s effective play-calling, Kelce has still struggled in the first two games this season. While everyone else on the Eagles’ offensive line has gotten off to a strong start, Kelce’s sub-par showing has prompted one simple question: Is he just not that good?
“You know when you play well and you know when you played bad,” Kelce, who declined some media requests yesterday, told the Inquirer’s Jeff McLane. “And I haven’t played up to the level that I’m capable of this year yet.” Read more »
Zach Ertz (rib), Leodis McKelvin (hamstring) and Isaac Seumalo (pectoral) are out for the Eagles’ game against the Steelers on Sunday. However, Doug Pederson added that all three players are expected to be available for the Birds after the bye week following the Steelers game. Mychal Kendricks, (nose, quad) meanwhile, will be “good to go” this week. Read more »
Trey Burton is a football player. If you talk to anyone in the Eagles organization, they will almost certainly use that phrase when talking about the tight end, which they use to reference his versatility and to explain why he filled in so well for Zach Ertz against the Bears.
“You can put Trey anywhere and he could go out there and play,” Jordan Matthews said. “I was just talking to him today about when he played back in high school, when they used to play against Aaron Murray, back when he was back at [Henry B.] Plant [High School]. They were having trouble with Orson Charles — y’all remember him, he played at Georgia — and (Burton’s) coach told him to go cover Orson Charles. He didn’t even play corner!” Read more »