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Welcome to Around the NFL: League edition. We take a look at the Philadelphia Eagles and all around the National Football League.
The Real Slim Shady
LeSean McCoy is having a historic start: [PhiladelphiaEagles.com] [Philly.com]
Run to the hills…
Sheil and Tim break down why the run is so effective so far and Brandon Boykin’s role in the new defense: [Phillymag.com]
NFL news and notes
Tidbits from around the NFL: [ProFootballTalk.com] [NFL.com] [ESPN.com]
That’s all for this edition of Around the NFL, join me next Tuesday when we will look back at the week 4 matchup against the Denver Broncos.
I leave you with Peyton Manning whining, something he’s done for most of his life: [Youtube]
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