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I really don't like having a photo of this man on my site. Image via jimrome.com
The Philadelphia Eagles face a notoriously tough Pittsburgh Steelers team at Heinz Field this Sunday. The Steelers are coming off of their bye week and a disappointing 1-2 record. They’ll be rested and ready to push towards a winning record.
Add to that the return of some of Pittsburgh’s best players on both sides of the ball from injury–safety Troy Polamalu, linebacker James Harrison and running back Rashard Mendenhall– and the task gets even more difficult for Philadelphia.
The challenge the Eagles face as they head tacross the state this weekend cannot be overstated.
Ben Roethlisberger’s size, however, can be.
Said linebacker Jamar Chaney on facing the quarterback:
He’s about 260, 270 pounds, so arm tackles [are] not going to tackle him in the pocket; grabbing one leg or something like that won’t work against him or sacking the quarterback with one arm.”
And Mychal Kendricks on facing the notorio...
BEST OF MAXIM
Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Jason Peters believes there’s a chance he’ll play this season even though he ruptured his Achilles tendon twice during this past offseason.
“I’m running, doing everything,” Peters said, per Philly.com.
Peters was then asked if his hopes of playing this season realistic, “yeah,” he replied.
Peters was asked if he has a timetable for his...
Credit DeMeco Ryans and Mychal Kendricks as two of the reasons the Eagles are playing better defense this year.A lot of people are qualifying the Eagles wins this season for a couple or reasons. I get it, especially in light of the fact that 2 of those wins came while the team, specifically the offense, didn’t play very well. The reality is that the team is 3-1, and while they...
Three close wins suggest the Philadelphia Eagles could be 0-4 instead of 1-3. The statistics, though, say they should be dominating opponents instead of barely squeaking past them.
At the quarter point of the of the NFL season, the NFC East-leading Eagles are the only team with both their offense and defense ranked in the top six. They're fifth in offense, averaging 417.8 yards...
The Three Stooges or the Three Wise Men?
For the 5th time in the Andy Reid era, the Philadelphia Eagles are off to a 3-1 start after the first quarter of the season. Usually, a 3-1 start is cause for excitement and confidence as we head into the meat of the schedule.
However, this is perhaps the diciest-feeling 3-1 I've ever felt in all my years of following the Eagles.
Andy Reid is one lucky walrus after his team pulled out a win against the defending Superbowl champion New York Giants.
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Lesson learned eh? Dude files for bankruptcy, gets some money, and goes on a spending spree. If we attempted to advance the human race by exterminating those of lower intellect do you think there would be any football players left on earth? Sorry, that was aggressive.
Dez Bryant vs. Greg Little: Which undisciplined WR has...
Affiliate – In one of the marquee matchups of Week 5 of the NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles will make the short in-state trip to Heinz Field to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday. According to this week’s NFL odds, the Steelers (1-2) are 3-point favorites over the Eagles (3-1) with the over/under listed at 44 points.
The Eagles continued to live on the edge in their...
A day after LeSean McCoy and the Eagles beat New York 19-17 to take sole possession of first place in the NFC East in front of 69,144 savage fans at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the star running back … Continue reading →
The Pittsburgh Steelers get back to action following the bye week at home against the 3-1 Philadelphia Eagles. Pittsburgh carries a 1-2 record with embarrassing loses to the Broncos and Raiders and the lone win coming at home over the Jets. Despite the losing record Ben Roethlisberger is having arguably his best start to a season to date. Ben has thrown for 904 yds 8 TD’s and...
It sounds so fundamental and elementary---get to the opposing QB before he can get to you...
But with Big Ben Roethlisberger, it's easier said than done...
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is listed at 6-foot-5 and 241 pounds but appears to weigh more than 260. He probably is bigger than Eagles defensive...