Through the years, Eagles have the edge over Jets - WSJ.com
It hasn't mattered if the Philadelphia Eagles were very good or very bad, like 12-4 and on the way to their third straight NFC championship game or 5-8-1 and going nowhere. Either way, Philadelphia has had an edge over the New York Jets. In fact, eight times since the series started in 1973, the Eagles have met the Jets, and in all eight times, the Eagles won. The unbeaten run is the longest of any streak in the league.
No home field advantage for Birds this season
A decent home record this season would have the Eagles right in the thick of the playoff hunt. Instead, they have struggled to a 1-5 mark at Lincoln Financial Field.
Paul Domowitch: Jason Peters, the best left tackle in the NFL | Philadelphia Daily News | 12/18/2011
Howard Mudd has been coaching NFL offensive linemen for 36 years. He has tutored a lot of good ones, but before Andy Reid coaxed him out of retirement last January, he never had to give much thought when somebody asked him to name the best player he ever coached.
Owen Schmitt: A Real Life Rocky - SB Nation Philly
With his devastating blocks and hard-nosed attitude, Owen Schmitt embraces his role as the tough underdog.
Frank: Top 10 running backs in S.J. history
When the Jets visit the Linc Sunday, it’ll be a homecoming for Jets running back Shonn Greene, a native of Atco and a graduate of Winslow Township High School in Camden County. Green is the latest in an astonishing series of gifted running backs hailing from South Jersey.
Bergey To Serve As Honorary Captain
Honor Roll linebacker Bill Bergey will serve as the team’s honorary alumni captain this Sunday against the New York Jets. There will be a tribute to the former All-Pro linebacker at halftime on the Miller Lite Flight Deck. For those who are not attending the game, the tribute will be broadcast live on PhiladelphiaEagles.com.