Found December 18, 2011 on
New York Times Sports:
A look at the Jets’ 45-19 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Eagles kept their heartbeat going strong for at least six more days. Things are falling in place as the Eagles defense has found it’s way and the Giants and Cowboys are helping out. The thing that has remained constant throughout the entire season has been LeSean McCoy. The young running back has broken team [...]
Eagles v. Jets, Sunday, December 18, 2011This weekend, Chef Spouse and I celebrated our 19th anniversary. I think, on some level, the Eagles knew and engineered a win as a gift for us. And they even managed to win at home! Thanks, guys! We really appreciate it! Although a winning SEASON would've been an even better gift. Next year's 20. Super Bowl? Just sayin'. Yeah,...
This was the most complete game the Philadelphia Eagles have played all year, beating the New York Jets 45-19. Honestly, I think I’m more frustrated than I am happy. Of course, I’m happy that the Eagles won, but it’s frustrating because if they would have played anything like this against Arizona, Buffalo etc, they would be in the drivers seat for the NFC East crown.
The chances of Juan Castillo remaining defensive coordinator a few weeks ago were about as small as the Eagles playoff hopes.
But as the Eagles continue to push the door a little further open the on making the playoffs, could it be that Juan Castillo is starting to shut the door on the possibility of losing his job?
For the 2nd week in a row Castillo's unit has been lights out...
Look out NFL- the Eagles may have finally figured this thing out, and it might be right in time for the playoffs.
For the 2nd week in a row the Eagles combined a great showing by the defense with a big play offense, and the result was a 45-19 win over the New York Jets.
The win moved the Eagles to 6-8 on the season.
With the Washington Redskins win over the New York Giants earlier...
PHILADELPHIA - After months of frustration, the Philadelphia Eagles have earned a measure of hope.
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The NFC East is up for grabs and the Philadelphia Eagles are back in the mix. LeSean McCoy ran for three touchdowns to set two team records, and the Eagles routed the New York Jets 45-19 Sunday to stay in the playoff chase. The Eagles (6-8) have won two straight for just the second time this season and somehow still have a chance to repeat as NFC East champions despite underachieving...