Week 2 NFL Picks: Possible Contenders Face Must Wins - SB Nation Philly
Week two of the NFL season is always interesting because we've always got a number of teams that see themselves as contenders who are trying to avoid falling into an 0-2 hole.
Eagles Were Clutch on Sunday - SB Nation Philly
Last year the Eagles struggled at certain critical junctures in the game. How did the team do in those situations on Sunday? How important is that?
What a rush for defensive line - phillyBurbs.com
All five sacks of St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford were from defensive linemen: Two from Babin and one each from Trent Cole, Darryl Tapp and Cullen Jenkins.
Fantasy Football 2011: Week 2 Running Back Rankings - FakeTeams
LeSean McCoy comes in at #2 in the week 2 Running Back Rankings.
Ten-Point Stance: Sad truth is that end seems near for McNabb - NFL - CBSSports.com Football
Donovan McNabb has long been one of the most undervalued quarterbacks of his generation. He helped transform the Philadelphia Eagles into a Super Bowl team, and his combination of skill and athleticism made him one of the most riveting players to watch in recent NFL history. He was that good. So it's painful to write, because McNabb has long been one of my favorite players to watch and interview, but his career is coming to an inglorious end. And end is the operative word. McNabb looks done.
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Tom Brady's tailgate comment wasn't given with malicious intent - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
With a rash, maybe an epidemic, of crimes and problems stemming from bad fan behavior, Brady is taking it on himself to help out before the New England Patriots home opener Sunday against San Diego. Across the country, fans have been shot, beaten into a coma, Tasered. So Brady came back with this advice for fans: "Start drinking early . . . Get rowdy . . . a lot of time to get lubed up and cheer for the home team.’’
To return or not to return? Lewis is learning
Eagles rookie Dion Lewis is learning to make quick decisions and trusting his judgment on kick returns after struggling in his first game as a returner. By Reuben Frank
Eagles’ Graham says he’ll be back in time to face Cowboys | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/14/2011
Eagles fans aren't the only ones that have an Oct. 30 date vs. the Cowboys circled on their calendars. Brandon Graham, who is on the physically unable to perform list, said Wednesday that he expects to play against Dallas. That's when the second-year defensive end would first be eligible to come off of the PUP list.