EaglesFanCast - A Philadelphia Eagles Fan Podcast and Blog " BYE Week Break – EaglesFanCast 119
I was guest on Eagles Fancast this week to talk about the Eagles season so far and the prospects going forward.
Return of key players should help Eagles' defense | Philadelphia Daily News | 10/26/2011
This week, Washburn can regularly rotate Trent Cole and Darryl Tapp at right end and Jason Babin and Juqua Parker at left end. Throw in a handful of snaps for Brandon Graham once he's activated and none of them would need to play more than 35 snaps a game, which would pay big dividends in December and January.
How Michael Vick makes his line look bad - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Philadelphia Eagles do not have a great offensive line. It’s young and rebuilding. But even if the Eagles had the 1995 Dallas Cowboys’ line (Pro Bowlers Nate Newton, Mark Tuinei, Larry Allen, Ray Donaldson; two-time All-Pro Erik Williams), armchair analysts would still be carping about quarterback Michael Vick needing better protection.
Eagles go out for charity - Football Wire - SunHerald.com
Nnamdi Asomugha's black-rimmed glasses were square, and the gold-and-maroon scarf didn't quite make it all the way around his neck, but that didn't matter to the young patients at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The cornerback, as Harry Potter, joined linebacker Akeem Jordan and punter Chas Henry on Tuesday for the Eagles' Trick or Treat community event at CHOP. Jordan was dressed in a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle costume and Henry was a caveman.
Talkin' About Juan
You can see some progress with the defense, but we still don’t know what to make of the unit. The last 6 quarters have been very good, but we don’t know if that was a fluke or truly the sign that things have changed. Sunday night’s game against Dallas will be a good test.
Will Forte, Jackson cash in? | National Football Post
Two game-changing players – Matt Forte and DeSean Jackson – have a lot in common, perhaps more than they'd like. Both Forte and Jackson were drafted in the second round of the 2008 NFL draft, a mere five picks apart (#44 and #49, respectively). And each is earning $600,000 this season, playing out the final year of their rookie deal.
Fact or myth: Miles Austin repeatedly torched Nnamdi Asomugha in 2009 on Thanksgiving when the Cowboys played the Raiders – Blogging the bEast
As we roll into Eagles-Cowboys week, I’ve been reminded yet again by my Cowboys friends of Austin’s big day against Oakland two years ago, except, I didn’t really remember it that way, and figured I’d take a look