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Tim Hightower knows all about the Philadelphia Eagles struggles and how desperately the team needs a win. But the Washington Redskins running back dismisses the notion that the Eagles are more dangerous because of their precarious situation.
Hightower believes that although the two sets of circumstances differ significantly — Philadelphia owning a 1-4 record and their coach on the hot seat, Washington off to a 3-1 start and looking to maintain first place in the division — the Redskins need the victory on Sunday just as bad as the Eagles do.
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The Washington Redskins still are seeking consistency in their rushing attack, and may start a new running back Sunday. But once they can finally establish a reliable run game, offensive players believe they can legitimately rank among the league’s contenders.
“I don’t think we know how good we can be yet,” says Tim Hightower, who has started the first four games at running...
With the Philadelphia Eagles now sitting at a 1-4 record through five regular season games, fans have reignited the weekly uproar over the countless issues linked with the Birds. Because of the ongoing humiliation fans are feeling has once again turned to the Eagles linebackers–and why Philadelphia hasn’t extended an offer to former Seattle Seahawks [...]
1. Washington Redskins (3-1): So it all comes down to this. Only a mere five weeks into a campaign that launched with so much hope, and hype, the Eagles will travel to Washington in one last attempt to breathe a gasp of air into their dying season.Look who's laughing now.Remember when Rex Grossman predicted the Redskins would win the division and we all laughed? It’s not so...
Rex Grossman is off to a good start this year making predictions, so he’s decided to double down. “Overall, it was good, but I can definitely play better,” Grossman said this week via the Washington Times. “We can play better as an offense, and we are going to play better.” The same article notes that Washington’s…
Here is the summary of what happened. Fans put up a sign across from the NovaCare that was NOT on Eagles property. Jason Kelce was driving in, and reportedly asked the fans to take down the sign, which was aimed at Andy Reid. From what we are hearing, the sign said something like "Andy, Times Up."
Regardless, it blew up on the talk radio airwaves. Here are some clips from...
PHILADELPHIA — The longer Michael Vick spoke Wednesday, the more it sounded like he was giving a preview of the eulogy for Andy Reid.
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