Nick Sirianni confirmed on Monday that defensive end Brandon Graham ruptured an Achilles and will miss the rest of the season. The news was slightly better for right guard Brandon Brooks, who has a strain of a pectoral muscle.
With Week 2 of the NFL regular season set to wrap up, it’s never too early to start forecasting the first NFC East matchup of the season, as the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys will face off this coming week, with kickoff set for 8:15 p.m.
The Eagles suffered a tough 17-11 loss to the 49ers in the 2021 home opener at Lincoln Financial Field in front of a capacity crowd. The NFL is a what have you done for me lately league and like the stock market or Dow Jones, players can be volatile from week to week.
The Eagles left several plays on the table during Sunday’s Week 2 loss to the 49ers at home in Lincoln Financial Field. Whether it was the two underthrows, Jalen Reagor stepping out of bounds, or Quez Watkins getting caught from behind, Philadelphia left points and opportunities on the board.
Sometimes the snap counts will take us where the coaches don't want to go and the disinfectant of playing time shined a light on what Jonathan Gannon's plan was for the San Francisco 49ers in what turned out to be a 17-11 setback for the Eagles.
It was easy to forget in the glow of a season-opening blowout win that there were going to be growing pains from an Eagles team led by rookie head coach Nick Sirianni and quarterback in Jalen Hurts who made just his sixth NFL start on Sunday.
Jalen Hurts completed just 12 of 23 passes for 190 yards, while also rushing for 82 yards, including a 1-yard TD in the fourth quarter, as the Eagles fell to 1-1 after a frustrating home loss to San Francisco.
After embarrassing the Atlanta Falcons 32-6 in Week 1, the Philadelphia Eagles fell back to earth a bit on Sunday. Philadelphia put up a valiant fight against a very good San Francisco 49ers team, but they ultimately lost 17-11...
The biggest blow suffered in Sunday’s 17-11 loss to the 49ers was Brandon Graham’s season-ending Achilles injury. Despite Philadelphia brass releasing a statement saying they feared the worst, the Pro Bowl defensive end released this statement on the matter via Twitter, confirming the injury.
After a Week 1 victory that had some around the league hailing the Eagles as a team to watch, reality set in during Week 2, as Jimmy Garoppolo threw one touchdown pass and ran in for a score, leading the 49ers to a 17-11 victory over Philadelphia on Sunday.
Welp, it’s official: The Philadelphia Eagles are losers. Yup, we all knew it would happen eventually, and today was the day; Nick Sirianni‘s perfect-as-a-fresh-snow record was dashed by those darn San Francisco 49ers, who wouldn’t know snow if it bit them in their Levi’s.
The San Francisco 49ers travel to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles in Week 2, and they’ll be without running back Raheem Mostert. They will, ho Eagles Week 2 Inactives This means that both Landon Dickerson and Marcus Epps are active today.