Found September 07, 2012 on
As Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick heads to the Cleveland Browns' "Dawg Pound" on Sunday in Week 1, journalist should watch what...
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When the Philadelphia Eagles signed QB Michael Vick to a six year contract worth more than $100 million, everyone knew that they were taking a huge risk, gambling on Vick’s health, among other things. Nobody knew how his body would hold up after his great comeback season of 2010, and they also were not sure whether or not Vick could stay out of trouble. Philly rolled the dice,...
Michael Vick just threw the ball out of bounds while being rushed by 3 Browns defenders.
That is all.
Michael Vick was asked what a successful season for the Eagles would entail. His answer echos what the vibe from owner Jeff Lurie: “Man, I ain’t got no ring on my finger. I ain’t got one. That’s it. I don’t know what else,” Vick said, via Reuben Frank of CSNPhilly.com. “I’ve been there. Playoffs is [...]
(On how to stop Michael Vick)- “Not many people ever have. He’s an extremely talented athlete as we all know, incredibly strong arm, can reach almost any part of the field with the ball," Jauron said.
The Philadelphia Eagles were supposed to be the NFL’s “dream team,” but by season’s end reality revealed that such a designation was just that—nothing more than a dream.
The Eagles came out flat, struggling on offense and defense while the players they acquired in the offseason to earn that “dream team” contributed minimally for Philadelphia. The defense sputtered under...
The Dallas Cowboys impressive win against the New York Giants on Wednesday night 24-17, has officially made the NFC East wide open and the Philadelphia Eagles have a shot this season to be the next ‘Redeem’ team in 2012. Now it’s foolish to compare the 2012 Eagles to the 2008 U.S. Olympic Basketball team, but [...]
Hopefully the title of this blog got your attention. Holy crap batman. Michael Vick would be proud.
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I do not like making season predictions.
Some of it is due to superstition, some of it is because I don’t fully understand the point of them. Yet I do comprehend the need for something tangible heading into the regular season. In a vast expanse of the unknown, a prediction provides some context. Something to hold on...
Can the Philadelphia Eagles live up their hype and finally make a deep push in the postseason? Some have picked them to appear in the Super Bowl and they have been labeled as the NFC dark horse to win it all alongside the AFC’s Houston Texans.
The one thing those teams both have in common would be a ferocious pass rush and arguably the best back in the NFL (save Ray Rice).
As the Philadelphia Eagles begin another year of high expectations, they have to be wondering whether Michael Vick will finally play a full season for the first time with the club.
The Cleveland Browns are pinning their hopes on a pair of rookie first-round picks at critical positions.
These teams with vastly different outlooks on the season meet Sunday when the Eagles visit a...
When it comes to legal briefs, NFL contracts and salary caps, nobody is more valuable to the NFL media community than Pro Football Talk. Enough slathering. They’ve updated the numbers as of September 7th and the Browns will be facing the team with the most cap space to open the season against the Eagles. It’s amazing to realize that a team with Mike Vick, LeSean McCoy, Desean...