Here’s a look at snap counts for the Eagles during their Week 5 loss against the Steelers. We’ll go position-by-position.
The locker stalls of LeSean McCoy and Stanley Havili are right next to each other at Lincoln Financial Field. Following the win over the Giants Sunday night, one reporter mentioned Havili’s name. McCoy, within earshot, said, “He was awesome.” To which Havili replied, “Shady the Giant killer!”
There was plenty of praise to go around after a dominant second half on the ground. Here is a look at the back-to-back big gainers early in the third quarter that provided the spark. As you’ll see, Havili was in fact awesome.
Here’s a look at what we saw from the Eagles’ offense after having reviewed the All-22 tape from their win over the Giants Sunday night.
Here’s a review of the Eagles’ running backs, wide receivers and tight ends after having re-watched Sunday’s win against the Ravens. Click here for the offensive line review.
Here are observations on the Eagles’ offense after having looked at the All-22 coaches’ tape. DeSean Jackson had an impact even when he wasn’t catching the football.
If you missed the take on the defense, click here.
But considering the Eagles released their 2011 second-round pick, Jaiquawn Jarrett, yesterday, now seems like a good time to at least assess how each of the team’s 11 picks is doing.
Here’s what I saw from the running backs, wide receivers and tight ends after having re-watched Sunday’s game against the Browns.
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