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Sunday’s game that puts the Philadelphia Eagles against the Arizona Cardinals is more than just a typical football game.
Arizona’s starting quarterback Kevin Kolb is doing what he can in the absence of the team’s official starter John Skelton to perhaps hold on to the gig permanently upon Skelton’s return from injury.
Eagles coach Andy Reid who initially drafted, mentored and eventually traded Kolb to Arizona from Philadelphia feels personally good about the direction that Kolb’s life has gone in.
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Once again the Eagles' fans are already fed up with their team. A poll on philly.com asking readers to grade the Eagles overall on a scale of A to F, had 94 percent rating the Eagles a D or worse.And once again fans are turning on Andy Reid.The performance on Sunday was frustrating fans who were left wondering if Reid had prepared his team at all for the game.Fans are fed up...
Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb exacted revenge on his former team Sunday, throwing for 222 yards and two touchdowns to help Arizona defeat Philadelphia.Fantasy Spin:Most importantly, Kolb found Larry Fitzgerald nine times for 114 yards and a touchdown.
The Philadelphia Eagles have stuck by head coach Andy Reid through many disappointing finishes after some exciting regular seasons. he has led them to multiple NFC Championship games, but only one Super Bowl appearance. And while the Eagles have failed to win a playoff game since the 2008 season, it may be time for Philadelphia to move on by removing Reid as head coach.
Philadelphia coach Andy Reid said he's anticipating that wideout Jeremy Maclin (hip) will be able to play in Week 4.Fantasy Spin:Maclin missed Week 3 against Arizona due to a hip contusion. He suffered the injury in Week 1 and aggravated it against the Ravens in the second game of the season.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Kevin Kolb got the best of his former team. Michael Vick might be wishing he was still in Philadelphia the way the Arizona Cardinals battered him around.
Kolb threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns, James Sanders returned one of Vick's two first-half fumbles 93 yards for a touchdown and the Cardinals ran over the Eagles 27-6 on Sunday for their best start...
The 2-0 Philadelphia Eagles head to Arizona to take on Kevin Kolb and the 2-0 Cardinals today at 4 PM Eastern. The battle will featured the two starting QB’s for the Eagles in 2010. When the Eagles traded Donovan McNabb on Easter Sunday in 2010, it allegedly was supposed to usher in the Kevin Kolb era. As we know, Kolb suffered a concussion in the first half of the first game of...
After defeating his old team, Kevin Kolb helped the Arizona Cardinals advance to 3-0 on the season—something that hasn’t happened since 1974, before the team was even in Arizona. With thousands of fans celebrating after the game, Glendale was buzzing; the energy was contagious.
Despite all of this, during the postgame conference, head coach Ken Whisenhunt said, “We...
The winning quarterback, who once was the Eagles’ starter, was 17/22 for 222 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions.
Kevin Kolb orchestrated a no-turnover, two touchdown day in a 27-6 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
The matchup featured two undefeated teams, and when the dust settled, Arizona was the winner.
The announcers gushed over Ryan Williams...
Arizona's defense battered Michael Vick all day - knocking him to the turf, stripping the ball from his hands. Kevin Kolb was sharp from the start, reconnecting with Larry Fitzgerald while winging passes all over the field.
The Cardinals may have been far from perfect, but they played well enough to keep their record that way.
Kolb threw a pair of touchdown passes and James...
The Eagles found out in Arizona that turnovers will cost you the game. Failing to hold onto the ball AGAIN, the Eagles turned the ball over three times with Vick fumbling twice. As if the turnovers weren’t bad enough, we were forced to watch former quarterback Kevin Kolb pick apart the Eagles defense. Arizona’s defense not to be ignored in this beating, pressured Vick most of...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There may still be some imperfections here and there, but the Arizona Cardinals remain a perfect 3-0 three weeks into the season. Arizona's defense forced three turnovers and sacked Michael Vick five times and Kevin Kolb passed for two touchdowns against his former team as the Cardinals cruised to a convincing 27-6 victory over the previously unbeaten Philadelphia...