LANDOVER, MD - OCTOBER 16: Nnamdi Asomugha #24 of the Philadelphia Eagles and Kurt Coleman #42 of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrate after a play during a game against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on October 16, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
Three picks? A look at Coleman vs. Grossman | National Football Post
Matt Bowen breaks down the three picks by Kurt Coleman on Sunday. It wasn't all bad decisions from Rex Grossman. Coleman played the schemes perfectly and Juan Castillo had the right matchups every time.
Roob's favorite stat: One of the best offenses ever?
How can a 2-4 team have one of the greatest offenses in NFL history? Well, when they're the 2011 Philadelphia Eagles.
Jerome Harrison Excited To Be Back With Eagles - SB Nation Philly
When they told him he’d been traded to the Eagles for the second straight year, RB Jerome Harrison thought someone was playing a joke on him.
NFC East snap count notes from Week 6 – Blogging the bEast
Nothing much out of the ordinary for the Eagles. I’d been calling for more Clay Harbor, who had 11 and 9 snaps in Weeks 4 and 5, respectively. I got my wish – He got 28 snaps, and didn’t do much.
McNabb's end was quick but not unexpected
Donovan McNabb came to the Minnesota Vikings in July hoping to bridge the gap between retired legend Brett Favre and rookie first-round pick Christian Ponder, but that gap lasted only six games
Justice's return creates options for Eagles' line
Winston Justice's strong reemergence could give the Eagles much-needed offensive line flexibility.
Vick: Landry hit just part of the game | Eagletarian | 10/18/2011
The issue I explored in today's Daily News was whether Vick understands the gamble he is taking with the Eagles' season when he seems to seek out contact, rather than sliding or otherwise giving himself up. I didn't get a real reassuring answer there.