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Football Nation presents the 24th episode of the series Monday Morning Huddle with host Dave Holcomb. In this week’s episode, Holcomb talks about the Cowboys victory over the hapless Eagles. Even behind a strong effort from rookies QB Nick Foles and RB Bryce Brown, Quarterback Tony Romo's three passing touchdowns in the second half gives Philadelphia its eighth straight loss. In Baltimore, the Steelers pulled off a stunner behind third string Quarterback Charlie Batch defeating the Ravens with a last second field goal. Head coaches John Harbaugh and Mike Tomlin exchanged an awkward handshake after the game. On Thursday, QB Drew Brees' touchdown streak came to an end with Brees throwing five interceptions in a loss against Atlanta. To conclude, the show ends with quarterback controversies from New York and San Francisco in the ‘Fourth and Long’ segment. Week 13 ResultsThursdayAtlanta 23, New Orleans 13SundayHouston 24, Tennessee 10New England 23, Miami 16Buffalo 34, Jacksonvi...
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Another week, another loss. The Philadelphia Eagles keep losing games, and I’m losing explanations as to why it’s happening. At this point, I don’t get upset when the Eagles lose. However, this 38-33 loss to the Cowboys is a bit tough to swallow because… well.. it’s the Cowboys. Still, there are some good things to take away from this game. And as a fun fact, if the NFL...
This is Nick Foles third start tonight against in Dallas.
There is no secret formula and with a depleted offensive line, even Joe Montana could not win.
But before the Eagles lose the rest of their games, it is time for Foles to step up.
All the guys on WIP and callers say that Foles is not the answer and is merely a caretaker.
It might be true, but now, if any, is a time to make...
Nick Foles has been named the starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles for the rest of the season. Foles has started three games this season after Michael Vick suffered a concussion during the [...]
It looks like Alex Smith isn’t the only quarterback to lose his job after an injury, as Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid announced Monday that Nick Foles will be the starting quarterback over Michael Vick for the rest of the season.
It’s been an ugly season for the Eagles, who find themselves at the bottom of the NFC East with a 3-9 record and have lost their last 8...
Eagles head coach Andy Reid announced that rookie QB Nick Foles will remain the team’s starting quarterback for the remainder of the 2012 season, per Reuben Frank.
Last week, reports came out that Michael Vick‘s concussion issues were actually getting worse, so this could be the right decision for both the team and Vick’s long-term health.
Foles put together the best performance...
During his Monday press conference, Philadelphia eagles head coach Andy Reid told the media that Nick Foles will be the starting quarterback from here on out.
Andy Reid said Nick Foles is Eagles starting QB the rest of the season.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 3, 2012
Now Michael Vick no longer has to wonder when he’ll start again, because he won’t. It certainly...
The Philadelphia Eagles have named Nick Foles their starting
quarterback for the remainder of the season, even if veteran Michael Vick is
healthy enough to return, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
"No. 1, I just think he's playing well enough to where
I think he can win football games for us," coach Andy Reid said, via The
Associated Press. "And No. 2...
Well, that was the least suspenseful ending of a quarterback controversy in recent memory.
Andy Reid finally ended the questions surrounding rookie Nick Foles’ status and veteran quarterback Mike Vick’s health situation by finally stating on Monday that Foles would lead the Philadelphia Eagles through the end of the season.
The Birds’ head coach revealed his decision to the...
Former Arizona Wildcat Nick Foles will be the Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback for the remainder fo the season, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Andy Reid made the announcement today, and it is effective immediately.
With quarterback Michael Vick missing the last three games with a concussion; Nick Foles is the new official starter for the Eagles. Foles replaced Vick late in the first half of the Eagles 38-23 week 10 loss to the Cowboys.The Eagles are 3-9 and on an 8 game losing streak. With playoff hopes gone there is no reason for the Eagles to risk an injury to Vick if they want to try and...
QuarterbacksTags: Andy ReidMichael VickNick FolesPhiladelphia EaglesIt’s all but official, the Michael Vick era here in Philadelphia is over. Andy Reid made it public that Nick Foles will be the starting quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles for the rest of the season and that includes when Vick recovers from the concussion.
Eagles at Cowboys, Sunday, December 2, 2012
Nick Foles had a solid game Sunday night
Only Jim Washburn got fired, so it’s more like rats being thrown off a sinking ship. Of course, according to all the reports I’m reading, it was long overdue. Seems like Washburn was a complete asshole. Good riddance, but it’s probably two years too late (yes, for those who are bad at math...
Philadelphia Eagles An Intriguing 8-Point Underdog Against Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Philadelphia Eagles continued to fade into the NFL abyss with an eighth-straight loss Monday night to the Dallas Cowboys. Next up is a road trip to take on the playoff-hungry Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-6), who are a heavy 8-point favorite according to the Week 14 NFL odds.
The Michael Vick era in Philadelphia could be over.
The quarterback remains sidelined with a concussion and has not been cleared to return although he has made progress in recent weeks. Eagles coach Andy Reid originally said Vick would be the teams starter when he returned.
He reversed course today. Hours after it was released that Reid had fired defensive line coach Jim Washburn...