LANDOVER, MD - OCTOBER 16: Tight end Brent Celek #87 of the Philadelphia Eagles scores a touchdown in the first quarter against the Washington Redskins during first half action at FedEx Field on October 16, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Washburn effect: Babin still producing | Philly | 10/21/2011
The Eagles' defense allowed 13 points against the Redskins, forcing four turnovers, picking up two sacks and hitting Redskins quarterbacks nine times in their second win of the season. Jim Washburn's unit took advantage of a banged-up Redskins offensive line and dominated up front - both against the run and the pass. The Eagles appeared to make a slight adjustment to the wide-nine, although as I argued earlier this week, the main difference seemed to be simply better tackling.
Stayin' Alive | Philadelphia Daily News | 10/21/2011
Michael Vick has taken a pretty good pounding in the first six games. Paul Domowitch examines how much more the quarterback can endure.
Fantasy Standouts for Eagles Offense Through Bye Week: A Fan's Opinion - Fantasy - Yahoo! Sports
Here are the five Eagles that have stood out the most through the first six games of the season in terms of fantasy numbers
Philadelphia Eagles fans, do the impossible this weekend: Root for Dallas Cowboys | PennLive.com
This writer feels that if the Cowboys crush the Rams this weekend, they'll come in to Philly next week overconfident.