Eagles' Jackson took one for the team Sunday - NFC East - ESPN
Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson had never taken a pain-killing injection before a game -- until Sunday. Without the injection, he probably wouldn't have been much of a factor against the Kansas City Chiefs. But after seeking advice from teammates, Jackson took the shot to help ease the pain in his injured groin.
Phil Sheridan: Eagles let it fly with the new-model Andy Reid | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/29/2009
We can only wonder if the Andy Reid who coaches the Eagles now would have won a Super Bowl if he'd been around from 2000 through 2004.
Rewind: Celek's blocking a big piece of Eagles' win | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/29/2009
It was not as sexy as his statistics or as thrilling as his 35-yard touchdown catch, but Brent Celek's blocking in the Eagles' 34-14 flogging of Kansas City on Sunday illustrates best how he has become a complete tight end.
Crazy Canton Cuts: THIS Sunday The Philadelpia Eagles Find Respect For History!
This blogger thinks Al Wistert, who was inducted into the Eagles ring of honor yesterday, should also be in the hall of fame.
More after the jump including end zone celebrations, two back attack, & the mediocre Redskins.
Eagles Should Start Using Two-Back Attack
When Brian Westbrook returns from his sprained ankle, Reid and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg will again be faced with a familiar dilemma. Correll Buckhalter averaged 6.8 yards per touch last season as Westbrook’s seldom-used backup.
Les Bowen: Further Review: The bottom line: Who gives a flip how Jackson celebrates? | Philadelphia Daily News | 09/29/2009
I SAY, LET DeSean be DeSean. As long as the Eagles' second-year wideout doesn't hurt himself, incur a crucial penalty, or inadvertently eject the ball before crossing the goal line, I don't care if he performs the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet" in the end zone.
Pour Some Sugar On Me - Culture of Mediocrity Thrives on Snyder's Watch - Hogs Haven
As long as Dan Snyder has owned the Washington Redskins, they have been consistently unstable, mediocre, and have underachieved at every turn. In our weekly column that covers the NFL, we address the culture that has developed under Dan Snyder and why it continues to thrive.