Rumbling, Bumbling, Stumbling, Tumbling • A Former NFL Executive Rips the Eagles...
Why hello there, Michael Lombardi. Think and/or say what you want about Lombardi, but he’s a former NFL personnel executive whose opinion should count for something (except when it comes to predicting that the Redskins would win the NFC East). A week after penning a column in which he essentially echoed the same sentiments about Andy Reid that I made in August, he launched another attack on the brain trust operating within the walls of the NovaCare Complex while a guest on Bill Simmons’ podcast
The Philadelphia Eagles' silence on Andy Reid begs questions - ESPN
Is a coaching change imminent? As fans rail on Andy Reid, team's front office is quiet
The Eagles' failures at linebacker | Philly | 12/09/2011
Five of the Eagles' seven linebackers are in their first or second seasons, so when Andy Reid says the team is young in certain areas on defense, he's telling the truth. But you know who else is young? Von Miller. Sean Lee. And NaVorro Bowman.
McCoy makes run at team history
Only one Philadelphia Eagles player has led the NFL in rushing, and that happened more than six decades ago. Not since Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren in 1949 led the league for the fourth and final time has an Eagle ended the season atop the list. LeSean McCoy has the chance to earn that rare distinction, given that he's second heading into the final quarter of the season, just 3 yards off the lead.
On the Death of the Athlete Interview
ESPN's Tim Keown does a really nice job explaining why that is in a piece about the death of the interview in sports. His sentiments ring true, especially the "more information and less knowledge" aspect of today's media landscape.
Miami Dolphins need to be wary of Eagles’ cornerbacks - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
It might not be the dream secondary many envisioned, but coach Tony Sparano still is wary of Philadelphia’s defensive backs.
Nnamdi not looking at next season just yet
Nnamdi Asomugha has had a rough adjustment to a new town, team and position this season. Still, the Eagles cornerback is only worried about finishing the year strong.
Glancing into the NFC East's crystal ball
Here is a look at what could potentially happen in the volatile NFC East this upcoming off-season.