Here’s the All-22 review of the Eagles’ offense, with a focus on why the team failed to score a touchdown on five trips inside the red zone against the Saints.
Here are 10 things to know about how the Eagles’ offense matches up with the Saints’ defense. If you missed the first cheat sheet, click here.
Here’s what we saw from the Eagles’ offense in Sunday’s 30-17 loss to the Falcons after having reviewed the coach’s tape.
Here are 10 things to know about how the Eagles’ offense matches up with the Falcons’ defense. If you missed the first cheat sheet, click here.
Here’s what I saw from the Eagles’ offense after having reviewed the All-22 tape.
There are some veteran leaders on the Eagles that are about at their wits’ end. The identity that used to come with an Andy Reid-led team has been compromised, and hubris may have something to do with it.
“I just get so tired of the ‘talented’ talk. I don’t want what the outside world views as talent to infect our team,” said Jason Avant. “Talent and potential is dangerous because you’ll get complacent. We have to go out and show it. Right now we’re a 3-3 team. That’s who we are. It’s not that we’re a talented 3-3 team. It’s that we’re 3-3 and they have players on their team, whatever team we’re facing, that are just as good as we are. If we take that mindset that anybody can beat you, you’ll focus and concentrate harder and you’ll play better.”
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