Found December 12, 2011 on
Inside The Iggles:
Eagles WR Steve Smith was placed on IR this afternoon, ending his season after appearing in only nine games. Smith, who defected to Philadelphia from New York, was once thought to be a terrific compliment in the slot to dynamic receivers Jeremy … [visit site to read more]
BEST OF MAXIM
The Philadelphia Eagles stand with a disappointing 5-8 record. However, as amazing as it might sound, the Eagles still have a slim chance to win the NFC East. Granted, it’s about a 5% chance,but there is a chance. I will break down the scenarios:
If the Eagles want a shot at the division, they must win out. No exceptions. This is probably the biggest hurdle the Eagles will have...
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Jason Babin, after the Eagles 26-10 win over the Dolphins:
“I don’t know how many times we stopped them, but it was almost unfathomable. I wouldn’t have even guessed we could stop them that much.”
I think I speak for all Eagles fans when I say, yes, that is “almost unfathomable.”
10 = Stops by the Eagles on downs of two yards or fewer. Very unexpected, although...
Asante Samuel stood in the middle of the field waving his arms during a timeout, trying to coax more noise from the crowd. The resulting roar so inspired the Philadelphia Eagles cornerback that on the next play, he forced and recovered a fumble.
There’s probably no need to run through the Eagles’ slim playoff scenarios again, but since we can even can contemplate any playoff scenario at this point, well, let’s bring it up again.
Is it likely? Hell no. Is it possible? Sure.
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In the city where the modern "Dream Team" failed to bring home an NBA championship, the Eagles kept their "Dream Team" season alive Sunday.
Michael Vick returned to the Eagles lineup in Miami as he led the Eagles to 24 first half points as the Birds held on for a 26-10 win over the Dolphins.
Vick looked rusty while completing just 15-of-30 passes for 208 yards...
Michael Vick made a triumphant return from an injury by throwing for 208 yards and a
touchdown, and the Philadelphia Eagles totaled nine sacks and beat the Miami Dolphins 26-10 Sunday.