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For the first time since 1994, the Philadelphia Eagles have lost seven straight games. This loss came at the hands of Cam Newton and the 3-8 Carolina Panthers by a score of 30-22. The saddest part about this game was that many of the talking heads on Philadelphia radio stations were saying on the post-game shows that at least this game was competitive. The Eagles have truly hit rock bottom. They are, without a doubt, the worst team in the NFC. In fact, the only two teams that may be worse than them in the NFL are the Chiefs and the Browns.
You will undoubtedly begin to see articles popping up that say it’s time to root against the Eagles so that they can get a good draft pick. Don’t sink that low, Eagles fans. Root for your team to win.
Rookie quarterback Nick Foles looked good in his second start this season, completing 16 passes for 119 yards. He seemed more
The Eagles have lost seven straight games for the first time since 1994, when Rich Kotite was head coach.
confident in the pocket and stepped into his throws. I would expect him to start the rest of the season. We have to see if he is the quarterback of the future for this Eagles team.
Running back Bryce Brown also had a good game, rushing for two touchdowns, and 178 yards on 19 carries. The downside is that he fumbled twice, which left a blemish on an overall good game for him. If he can learn how to protect the ball, I could see him having a nice NFL career here in Philadelphia.The offensive line played fairly well against the Panthers. In my opinion, the good play from the offensive line was a direct result of Andy Reid running the ball more. Nick Foles only attempted 21 passes while Bryce Brown and Dion Lewis combined for 24 rushing attempts. The major question is why haven’t we seen more of this balance this year?
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson broke several ribs in last nights game. He has been placed on the Injured Reserve list and will probably miss the rest of the season. Left tackle Jason Peters was also put back on the Injured Reserve list, which means we will not see a comeback from him this year.
Defense:What in the world has happened to this defense? It has gotten progressively worse every week since Juan Castillo was fired. The most alarming, and maddening, part of this is that there seems to be a complete lack of effort; especially in the secondary. I saw at least two plays where Nnamdi Asomugha stopped and watched the play unfold in front of him without doing a darn thing. Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles said after the game that he is seriously considering benching a few players in the secondary.
Panthers quarterback Can Newton completed 18 passes for 306 yards and threw for two touchdowns. He also rus
hed for two touchdowns and gained 52 yards. In short, he dominated the Eagles. There were times when the defensive line got through and tackled the Newton for losses, but it was not consistent enough to rattle the young quarterback.This Eagles defense is historically bad and could go down as one of the worst, if not the worst defense in Eagles history.
There are just five games left for the Eagles this season. It’s time to evaluate who really wants to play here and who does not. I expect Andy Reid to finish the season, and I would be shocked if Michael Vick ever saw the field again this year.
BEST OF MAXIM
Bryce Brown really hadn’t been heard from since a stellar high school career that ended in 2008. Until Monday night, when he filled in for injured Philadelphia running back LeSean McCoy. Making his first start at any level since his senior season at Wichita East (Kansas) High, Brown set an Eagles rookie record with 178 yards rushing, including touchdown runs of 65 and five yards...
Beat writer Jeff McLane says rookie RB Bryce Brown “did a better job of hitting the hole” than LeSean McCoy.Brown’s 23 touch, 189 yard and two touchdown breakout performance on Monday night was not a fluke. The former No. 1 high school player in the country attacked the hole with vigor and got downhill in a hurry. The two fumbles he lost were careless and can be corrected by...
Up until this past Monday night, the only real hatred towards Andy Reid was coming from Philadelphia Eagles fans. But after Bryce Brown racked up 178 yards and two touchdowns against the Carolina Panthers, Reid can add fantasy owners to the list. The Eagles are notorious for wanting to throw the ball. So much so, that LeSean McCoy could be arguably be perceived as a better wide receiver...
I get it. It’s week 12 and you’re on the cusp in most of your leagues. You want to believe in something, anything that will get you through to the end. That one player that will push you over the edge so you can have your A Winner Is You moment and in many ways, Bryce Brown could and should be that guy. Despite the two fumbles on the night, Brown finished with almost...
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It was the best and the worst of times for rookie running back Bryce Brown.
Brown made his first career start tonight. He enjoyed a career night, running for 178 yards and two touchdowns. On a night where top receiver DeSean Jackson...
With most playoffs beginning this week or the next, your week 13 fantasy football picks could be key. Bryce Brown, RB, Philadelphia Eagles: His 178-yard, two-touchdown debut was magic for several owners who needed a Monday night miracle, but take note that Brown’s role will be reduced once LeSean McCoy returns from a concussion suffered…
PHILADELPHIA -- The Carolina Panthers struck for two long touchdown passes in the first half, and their defense came up with a crucial fourth-down stop in the fourth quarter of a 30-22 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night at Lincoln Financial Field. The Panthers (3-8) won despite a big day by Eagles rookie running back Bryce Brown, who rushed for 178 yards. However...
For many of us life is about to become a little bittersweet. The regular season of fantasy football is about to come to an end for a lot of us. Now, there is a portion that have playoff spots locked up and are just biding their time till the post-season. While others are completely out of it and are just looking to wreck our friends (or enemies) seasons.However, there is a huge...
Week 13 Fantasy News
Beat writer Jeff McLane says rookie RB Bryce Brown “did a better job of hitting the hole” than LeSean McCoy.
When asked about rookie RB David Wilson this week, coach Tom Coughlin said, “it’s his time.”
Michael Vick (concussion) spent Tuesday night being sized for a “protective skull cap” that he’ll wear under his helmet.
Aaron Rodgers once again...
It was remarkably quiet at the Linc last night...almost serene. Maybe the brisk temperature (36 F.) kept Iggles fans' frustrations in check. Or maybe the folks who did show up for the game ( 70% capacity) were just being respectful. After all, they were witnessing the death of the Andy Reid era in Philly.
The only good thing about the eery funeral parlor atmosphere at the...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. It had been 1,178 days since the last 100-yard rushing effort, 168 weeks, three years and change. The last time Bryce Brown hit the century mark in a game September 5, 2009 the Black Eyed Peas sat atop the Billboard pop singles chart ("I Gotta Feeling"), with Miley Cyrus nipping right at their heels.
"I was excited, I've got to be honest,"...
Weak effort, weaker team
> DeSean Jackson bettered his last game on the first play, which didn't get a first down> Bryce Brown kept the crowd from booing for the first minute of play, which makes him this year's MVP> Jeremy Maclin bettered his last game, yada yada yada> Brent Celek held on after contact and celebrated like he had never done that before, which...
Week 12 is in the books. Thankfully is was a bit more predictable than what week 11 was. With my prediction mojo back on track, I’m happy to give you my top 5 fantasy RB’s of week 13
5. Jamaal Charles
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The only reason I’d be hesitant to start Charles this week is because of the inconsistency of carries he’s given. When he does...
Fantasy Football week 13 presents some interesting pickups on the waiver wire. Injuries and a hot hand heat up the wire this week with a handful of players that could actually make a big difference to your lineup if you need to fill some holes en route to the championship.