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A lot of people saw Asante Samuel‘s comments early last week as a potential distraction for a Philadelphia Eagles team that was heading into a must-win game against a bitter division rival. The truth is that the situation Asante Samuel created may not have been the ideal for a struggling team, but it may very well have been the best thing he could have done for the team.
The Philadelphia Eagles have, at times, looked awful this year. There are other times that they have looked pretty good. Consistency has definitely been an issue for the team. For a team that had high expectations, as these Eagles did, that is not a good thing. As the team faltered to a 1-4 record, the public outrage reached a fever pitch. A growing number of fans have been calling for Andy Reid to be fired. In addition, it has been speculated over the past few years that Andy Reid’s power in the Philadelphia Eagles’ organization is beginning to erode.
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BEST OF MAXIM
The awards keep rolling in for the Eagles, as LeSean McCoy has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week.
McCoy had 200 yards of total offense in the Eagles 34-7 thrashing of the Cowboys. He finished with 30 carries for 185 yards and 2 touchdowns, as well as 2 receptions for 15 yards.
McCoy is now 2nd in the league in rushing yards with 754, only 44 behind Adrian Peterson despite...
Philadelphia Eagles center, Jason Kelce, had quite the blooper in the Sunday Night showdown between the Cowboys and Eagles. Kelce snapped the ball directly into his rear end unfortunately causing a fumble, which Vick was lucky enough to recover. As Chris Collinsworth put it: “file this one under the embarassing category.”
Link to original article: How Not To Snap a Football...
Eagles running back Dion Lewis is inactive for Sunday night's game against Dallas after he was involved in a minor car accident earlier in the day.
Lewis was a little shaken up, but was at the game. He served this season as Philadelphia's kick returner and backup running back.
The Cowboys have three offensive lineman among the inactives, including guard Daniel Loper, center...
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The Eagles finally put together a mistake free, complete game of football Sunday night, and the result was a much needed 34-7 thrashing of their most hated rivals. While LeSean McCoy was at the forefront of the attack with 185 rushing yards and two touchdowns, it was Michael Vick’s accuracy and efficiency in the red [...]
"Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face." -- Mike Tyson
The Dallas Cowboys had a plan on Sunday night. And then they were hit several dozen times right in the face. Mike Tyson looked like an expert NFL analyst.
According to Cowboys' defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, that plan was his and it was all wrong. In fact, according to the very popular Mr....
Michael Vick had a pair of touchdown passes, LeSean McCoy ran for a score and the Philadelphia Eagles took a 24-0 lead over the Dallas Cowboys after three quarters on Sunday night.
On the heels of a 34-7 ass-kicking of the Cowboys last night (what up, Rob Ryan?), the Eagles have been installed as a seven-point favorite over the Chicago Bears for next Monday night’s showdown. The total has opened around 47.Oh. You were … [visit site to read more]
Michael Vick threw two touchdown passes, LeSean McCoy had a
career-best 185 yards rushing and two scores and the Philadelphia
Eagles routed the Dallas Cowboys 34-7 Sunday night.