The 2014 Philadelphia Eagles offensive line was shuffled around like a deck of playing cards all season. And yet despite a flurry of injuries to their key players the unit was still arguably the best in the NFL.
Here are my grades for the Eagles offensive line…
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This week, Dan Schmidt and Dave Bennett are back to discuss: The Eagles thrilling 30-27 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night football. Darren Sproles – superhero The problems with drops at the wide receiver position – especially Riley Cooper Struggles of the Eagles offensive line replacements Dennis Kelly and Andrew Gardner (plus Todd […]
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I’m putting my obsession with Redskins OLB Ryan Kerrigan out there—he’s pretty darn effective at meeting, greeting and beating right tackles. We know the RT position is shaky for the Eagles right now. For all I know Andrew Gardner will not even be starting there for the Birds this Sunday.
Kerrigan of course is the “disrupter” in the Washington defense. At 6-4, 267, and...
The Eagles first week was defined by a troublesome first-half performance that resolved itself in the second. That was against a Jaguars team that spent Sunday getting stomped by the Kirk Cousins-led Washington Redskins.
A similar performance for the Eagles against the Indianapolis Colts will almost definitely put them in the same spot as Washington – at 1-1.
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We’re coming to the close of Week 2 in the NFL, and significant injuries have already been unkind to many teams, the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts included. Philadelphia will play Indianapolis in Lucas Oil stadium, where Andrew Luck has a 13-3 record since being drafted by the team as the first overall pick three years ago. Will homefield advantage be the edge that...
Since the Eagles are now without the services of LG Evan Mathis (sprained MCL tendon) and RT-fill-in Allen Barbre (high ankle sprain) for the immediate future, and with starting RT Lane Johnson still out for three more games as he serves his PED-related suspension, I thought you might like to know a little more about the “Next Men Up” on the offensive line.
There’s Matt Tobin...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia Eagles started the same five offensive linemen for all 17 games last season. They won't do it two games in a row this year.
All-Pro left guard Evan Mathis and right tackle Allen Barbre both were injured in the season-opening 34-17 win over Jacksonville, forcing the Eagles to turn to a pair of inexperienced guys playing out of position.
Via AP on Fox
September 08, 2014
The old Eagles logotype photo up at the top here is probably from the early to mid 1940′s…I just found it in the archives of “Eagles Images”… If anyone knows for sure what year it’s from, please let us know!
Now the Eagles basketball shoes and casual sneakers pictured here… they are submitted as possible fashion choices for you as we approach the end-of-summer back...
The Eagles offensive line had a rough go early on last season, dealing with multiple injuries, but by season’s end, the team had established one of the better offensive lines in the league when at full strength.
Going into this season, they are already dealing with adversity. ESPN reported in late June that 2013 first round pick offensive tackle Lane Johnson had been suspended...
The Philadelphia Eagles announced the signing OL Andrew Gardner on Monday.
#Eagles add OL Andrew Gardner to the 90-man roster. #FlyEaglesFly
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 31, 2014
Gardner, 27, was with the Texans in 2013 and appeared in three games. He was originally a sixth-round pick of the Dolphins back in 2009.
QB T.J. Yates, OG Alex Kupper, OT Andrew Gardner, OG Cody White, LB Ricky Sapp, DE Tim Jamison and S Jawanza Starling.
WR Stephen Burton, QB Ricky Stanzi, RB Justin Forsett, DT Brandon Deaderick, WR Jeremy Ebert, OG Jacques McClendon and FS Josh Evans
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