Do the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Las Vegas Raiders if Miles Sanders doesn’t get injured? I know that’s an impossible thing to know, but think about it for a moment; in the first drive of the game, Sanders was on a roll.
To say the Philadelphia Eagles are far from a contender would be a gross understatement at this point in time. After this latest loss against the Las Vegas Raiders, the team once again showed their true colors.
The time bomb is officially ticking. The Philadelphia Eagles find themselves between a rock and a hard place. While patience continues to be preached when it comes to the development of Jalen Hurts, the limit of that sentiment is beginning to be tested.
The Philadelphia Eagles suffered their fifth loss of the 2021 season Sunday, and they did so in blowout fashion. After going up 7-0 on the game's opening drive, Philadelphia essentially stumbled through the rest of the game...
Philadelphia fell to 2-5 on Sunday after a disastrous defensive effort that saw Raiders quarterback Derek Carr throw for 323 yards, completing 31 of 34 pass attempts with one touchdown, as Las Vegas defeated the Eagles, 33-22.
LAS VEGAS – Miles Sanders had to be helped off the field with 1:28 left to play in the first quarter in Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders. The Eagles running wasn’t putting any weight on his right leg.
Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni has not gotten off to the strongest of starts to his tenure in Philadelphia. His defense and defensive coordinator are hot messes; his offense is boring and unimpressive; his second-year quarterback is struggling and carrying the offense at the same time; his team is 2-4.
Eagles Pro Bowl right tackle Lane Johnson announced on Twitter on Monday that he is returning to the team after a three-game absence that he says was so he could work “hard to restore his personal life.” Johnson says that he has dealt with depression and anxiety for a long time while keeping it hidden from friends and family.