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In my most recent fantasy football post, I looked which tight ends you should target for your virtual team.
For our beloved Eagles, I have two who make the cut.
At number five comes Clay Harbor, who did a good job in a reserve role last season, but is destined to see more snaps in 2012.
Here’s what I have to say about him:
As the Philadelphia Eagles’ No. 2 tight end, one may assume that Clay Harbor’s fantasy value is directly linked to the health of Brent Celek, but this is far from the truth.
With left tackle Jason Peters expected to miss the entire season, Philadelphia will utilize Harbor as another blocker to alleviate quarterback pressure.
After experiencing plenty of success in 2011, the Eagles are looking to employ more two tight end sets this season. This means that Harbor should be on the field for more than just 29.7 percent of all offensive snaps in 2012, and will see his opportunities rise dramatically.
The 6’3” tight end should become a solid red...
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In front of 300 guests on Saturday, the Eagles QB married longtime fiancée Kijafa Frink in a lavish ceremony, where security alone reportedly cost them over $300K.
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Although they are looking to improve on a disappointing season as a whole, there are four Philadelphia Eagles that are primed to carry the team in 2012.
The Eagles were expecting more from their role players in 2011, but for a variety of reasons, got inconsistent contributions.
If they want any shot at making a deep run into the playoffs, they’ll...
The Philadelphia Eagles have a number of reasons to expect an impressive showing from their defense in 2012. But one of the biggest areas of assistance to the team has received this offseason is the the benefit of time.
Time is a luxury that no NFL team had the opportunity to enjoy last year due to the lockout. That reality meant that new players to teams, rookies and veterans alike...
Not every player new player signed by the Philadelphia Eagles last season was a bust or took a long time to acclimate to the team’s system. DE Jason Babin had the benefit of having worked with defensive line coach Jim Washburn previously. And that experience helped him have the best season of his NFL career.
Babin recorded 18 sacks in 2011. In 2010 he had 12.5 sacks with the Tennessee...
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A year ago right now, Michael Vick was being considered as a top five overall fantasy football draft pick.
Now, he is not even being considered amongst the top five overall fantasy quarterbacks; his overall current ADP is just a remarkable 45th overall.
2011 was a step back for the entire Eagles franchise, not just Vick.
Still, he set a career high in passing attempts (423), yards...
Michael Vick is already putting his hefty contract to use, sparing no expense for his recent wedding. Vick's wedding cost $300,000, according to Gossip Extra. The Eagles quarterback married longtime fiancee Kijafa Frink over the weekend. The event took place at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, and reportedly featured a relaxed vibe with hookahs on the tables and R&B music playing...
Before I introduce Dr. Funt (aka Andrew Short) as today's Open Mike Week guest writer, I need to apologize to Palm Feathers for misspelling his real last name--- it is "Bozek", not "BROZek" as originally reported...I guess it was a case of wishful thinking on my part, to bring another "Broz" into the family. I'll need to go back and make the...
After years…and years…and years together, Michael Vick and his fiance finally tied the knot! Vick proposed to the lovely Kijafa Frink way back in 2009 and boy did she make him pay for the long wedding wait. The ceremony apparently cost an estimated $300,000!!
The wedding reportedly took place at Fontainbleau in Miami Beach over the weekend and included guests such as Atlanta...
Michael Vick got married to his longtime girlfriend Kijafa Frink in Miami Beach over the weekend, and the celebration reportedly was quite lavish.
Vick and Frink’s reception took place at the Fontainebleu Hotel in Miami Beach. Gossip Extra says the security alone cost the couple $300,000.
They reportedly had private concerts from Gym Class Heroes, Maroon 5 and Flo Rida, and the...
According to GossipExtra.com, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick spent a whopping $300,ooo on his wedding, which went down on Saturday night in Miami Beach.
I found it really funny that they only served chicken and waffles. It also featured private pool-side concerts that were held by Gym Class Heroes, Maroon 5 and Flo Rida.
Roughly 300 of Vick’s family...
Specifically with the Michael Vick case I saw it happening even before it happened. Vick was trying to protect the homies and the homies turned on him.
Vick was a professional NFL quarterback, he didn’t have the time or knowledge to run a Dog Fighting enterprise, it was a hobby he left for his crew to attend to.
But, it was Vick who spent the most time in jail while his “friends”...