News & notes from around the web for November 10th
Mcall.com: Eagles Insiders : Film breakdown: Things that have previously worked against the Cowboys probably won't work this year
The last two years, the Eagles have been killing the Cowboys with a fairly basic counter trap play. Here's the play in the form of X's and O's:
Paul Domowitch: If Reid goes, is Gruden a possible replacement?
There are expected to be a lot of NFL head-coaching vacancies after the season. At least five and possibly as many as 10. If the Eagles continue their southward migration, they will be one of those teams looking for a new head coach. A name that will come up in the conversation at just about every place with an opening, including One NovaCare Way, is that of Jon Gruden.
Cowboys vs. Eagles: An equally disappointing 2012 - SB Nation Dallas
Are the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles all that different from each other in 2012? Let's take a closer look at some of the problems and similarities the Cowboys are having so far this season.
Depleted Eagles' O-line bracing for Ware
The Eagles' injury-ravaged offensive line will face a tough task in DeMarcus Ware Sunday as the Cowboys take the field at the Linc.
Eagles Midseason Grades (Defense) - Birds 24/7
Here are grades for the Eagles’ defense at the midpoint of the season.
Think You've Got It Bad? Cheer Up, Cowboys Fans Are Stuck with Jerry Jones
The Eagles have fallen on some hard times of late, but they will get better eventually. Andy Reid will be relieved of his duties as head coach and vice president of football operations before the year is out so long as this season continues down its current road, and Howie Roseman can't be too far behind if the club’s general manager is even remotely as responsible for the current mess as he appears to be. It could take years, and there might be growing pains along the way, but Jeffrey Lurie will keep on hiring new people until he gets it right.
The same can’t be said in Dallas, where Jerry Jones is the beginning and end of all things Cowboys. He is the decider.