News & notes from around the web for November 7th
While there was plenty of blame to share after the Eagles' loss to New Orleans, Ray Didinger explains that the coaches deserve a large share.
We're going to show just one drive (just seven plays) from the Eagles-Saints game of pure unadulterated defensive grossness.
Andy Reid thinks Philadelphia Eagles can turn season around - ESPNVick was sacked, under duress or hit while throwing on 18 of his 53 dropbacks (34.0 percent) Monday against New Orleans, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Entering Monday, he was under such pressure on 32.5 percent of his dropbacks, the highest rate in the NFL. When Vick was able to get off a pass under duress Monday he was 3-for-8 for 34 yards (4.3 yards per attempt) with an interception.
Inside the Eagles: Poor draft decisions on lines weakened Eagles - Philly.com
NEW ORLEANS - If you want to find the source for the Eagles' below-par play on both lines, start with the draft - or start with the men who run the draft. The Eagles are 3-5 this season and gasping
Marcus Vick apologies for angry tweets about Eagles - NFL.com
A day after Marcus Vick used Twitter to rail against the Philadelphia Eagles and their failure to protect his brother, Marcus Vick tweeted an apology. You can be sure Michael Vick had a hand in that decision.
Republican Runyan beats Adler in South Jersey
Former Eagles lineman Jon Runyan won reelection Tuesday in his race against the widow of his Democratic predecessor in South Jersey's Third Congressional District.