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NewsTags: Andy ReidBryce BrownJIm WashburnNick FolesPhiladelphia EaglesStanley HaviliOn the day after another loss, Andy Reid doesn’t seem to be interested in reasoning that the defense could have played much better earlier in the season, if he had canned former defensive line coach Jim Washburn sooner.
Reid said it was nothing but “hindsight”.
Reid surprised no one with his answer to the question about his [...](Read more...)
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One of the longest tenured head coaches in the NFL has a pretty solid resume with 5 potential destinations for Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid and you’ll be surprised by some, shaking your heads at others, but all we know he’ll end up somewhere. These are the 5 potential destinations for Andy Reid in 2013
5. Oakland Raiders
Do the Oakland Raiders have a head coach...
For weeks now, everywhere I turn I hear about how the Philadelphia Eagles should fire Howie Roseman along with Andy Reid and everyone else at season’s end. I also hear a lot of people seemingly angry at Jeff Lurie for not coming out and addressing the media about the state of the franchise (or firing Reid before the end of the year).
Just this morning, these two subjects were...
Apparently we missed a heluva game while we were getting drunk at the company Christmas party last night. The Bengals outscored the Eagles 24-0 in the second half en route to a 34-13 road victory.
The goat? Eagles running back Bryce Brown who had a solid night, going for 34 yards on 16 carries. Oh, and a pretty big fumble which got returned for a TD.
Eagles fans were not happy. ...
The Philadelphia Eagles, who were riding a temporary high after a 23-21 win over Tampa Bay last week, quickly crashed landed on the cold, hard ground in Lincoln Financial Field Thursday night, losing to the Cincinnati Bengals 34-13. Turnovers were once again the story of the night, and the Philadelphia Eagles had five of them. On top of that, they had a punt blocked. The rest is...
Tweet The season can’t end soon enough for the Philadelphia Eagles. They’ve lost eight of their last nine games. Fans have been spotted wearing brown bags paper bags over their heads. Speculation about Andy Reid’s future with the team is almost a daily topic of discussion. The same can be said for Michael Vick. Injuries [...]
The Philadelphia Eagles will once again be without quarterback
Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy tonight when they take on the
Cincinnati Bengals as they recover from head injuries, and tight end Brent
Celek will be joining them on the sidelines after sustaining a concussion of
his own last weekend.
Vick and McCoy were cleared to return to practice earlier
Now if that's not a helmet to helmet penalty I don't know what is. This went down in the Thursday night football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals. It was ugly last night and Eagles’ Brandon Graham and Bengals’ Andre Smith made it even uglier. Never seen anything like this before.
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NewsTags: Andy ReidBrandon GrahamBryce BrownNick FolesPhiladelphia EaglesA Return To Form
Just a couple of days ago, we saw the Eagles play one of their strongest games of the season. Mistakes were kept to a minimum, Nick Foles took a major step forward, and the defense played with a little intensity.
On Thursday night, we hoped to see the young...
The Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles will play against each other on Thursday night. Scheduled for kickoff at 8:20 PM EST this game can be seen on NFL Network.
So whats the spread in the Bengals and Eagles game? The Bengals are 4 point favorites against the Eagles. The over/under for this game is 45 points, according to our friends at sportsbetting.ag
Last week the Bengals...
Judge…audience…people of the jury. What we have here today in front of us is a case so vile…so heinous…so uncomfortably dramatized by the writer that we must bring it to light so that others might find a way to ease this poor man’s suffering. BenJarvus Green-Ellis has been a stand-up RB2 for most of the year and his efforts have gone virtually ignored. For every bright...
Best with "Yakety Sax" music
It was nice of Jeremy Maclin to remind us, after last week's heroics, that he's still a profound disap- pointment
> The Bengals got massive gains early from the startling strategy of Run Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis straight ahead
> Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie gambled perfectly, then whiffed on what could have easily been a TaInt...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A midweek trip to Philadelphia should keep the Cincinnati Bengals from focusing on another Pennsylvania team for a few more days.
The Bengals (7-6) find themselves in a unique position where they're tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the last playoff spot in the AFC, but a loss to the Eagles (4-9) Thursday night wouldn't ruin their chances.