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Week 13 Ride ‘Em Or Hide ‘Em DF/ST
You don’t need me to tell you to start your top DF…my mom could figure that out. Let’s look at some other matchups that could be favorable this week:
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Jets vs Ari
The Cardinals have allowed 12 or more points to opposing DF/ST in 7 of the last 8 games. Only the Chiefs have been worse this season.
Cowboys vs Phi
Nick Foles may have major issues in this game and the Eagles have allowed nearly 18 points per game to opposing DF.
Cardinals @ NYJ
The Jets have given up 15 points per game to opposing DF over their last 5 games. Nothing will match Sanchez running into his own lineman’s ass, but a double digit score for the Cards D would be nice.
Panthers @ KC
Obviously no team gives up more points o opposing DFs than the wonderful Chiefs. Panthers make the sleeper list.
Dolphins vs NE
Miami has been a solid fantasy unit, but this is not the week to play around.
Giants vs Was
RG3 is no ordinary rookie and he just doesn’t turn the ball over enough to warrant playing the Giants this week.
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AROUND THE WEB
Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb discussed the team's future this season, and his comments are not flattering.
PASS THE MIKE
Michael Vick reportedly believes his concussion symptoms have improved enough for him to play and that the Eagles are holding him back to take a longer look at Nick Foles.
Coach Andy Reid confirmed that Nick Foles is likely to draw another start in Week 13. Michael Vick hasn’t passed the final phase of his concussion protocols. Either way, Reid admitted that it’s time to evaluate the Eagles’ young talent — even if he knows he won’t be around to coach it. Foles has a good shot at starting the final six games of the year as a tryout for the...
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Poor performance breeds drama. In addition to being disappointing, this has been an incredibly dramatic season for the Philadelphia Eagles. The multitude of storylines show no sign of slowing down, particularly not as they relate to the quarterback position.
Friday saw a report from ESPN’s Ed Werder stating that Mike Vick felt that the Birds were “playing...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is preparing for his return. He spent Tuesday night getting sized for a protective skull cap that he will wear under his helmet to help protect him from suffering another concussion. Vick met with Unequal Technology Corporation CEO Rob Vito to be fitted for their new "dome" device Click link below to read more!
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick did not pass the ImPACT test and is unlikely to play against the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday for the third consecutive game.
Eagles trainer Rick Burkholder told Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer that every player takes the ImPACT test in the summer with full cognitive function to set the baseline.. In order for the player to pass...
As if the Eagles don't have enough competitive problems on their plate right now, they're going against an opponent that has 3 weeks of game film/videotape on the Eagles rookie QB Nick Foles--- and also tape on the offensive game plan that OC Marty Mornhinweg has been implementing to protect Foles.
Advantage to Dallas...
Clearly the strategy of the must-win Cowboys...
The Eagles loss to the Carolina Panthers on Monday night was just another nail in the coffin that is Andy Reid’s firing. The team hit a downward spiral about 3-4 weeks ago and there was no stopping it. Thus concluding Andy Reid’s tenure as head coach, and he’s not going out peacefully apparently. Eagles fans are hilarious. One minute Reid’s the best coach in the world, the...
Michael Vick has already been declared out for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Rookie quarterback Nick Foles will start again. With the Eagles (4-7) out of the playoff picture there is little reason to believe that Vick will start again this season.Vick has not reached the baseline for the concussion test.
The Eagles may opt to allow Foles to start the seasons final five...