Great Expectations: Will Foles follow Hoying's path?
It isn't fair, really, the way Bobby Hoying has become shorthand for epic quarterback disappointment.
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles: SOLD! | NJ.com
Every start Nick Foles has improved. His quarterback rating increased from 40.5 to 89.2 to 96.6 to 98.6 on Sunday afternoon in Tampa Bay. At this rate, he'll be Tom Brady by Week 16, Peyton Manning by Week 17. Or so Andy Reid and Howie Roseman hope.
Has your attitude changed toward the Eagles?
During the Eagles' eight-game skid, the talk around the city was about next year. But the team finally won, and now the conversation has changed.
Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " St. Nick
Foles is unlike any rookie QB we’ve ever seen in Philadelphia. Part of that is him, part is the way that football has changed from little league on up and players are far more advanced now than ever before. A.J. Feeley did some good things in his 5 starts as a second year QB, but still nothing like Foles. Nick doesn’t have a stud OL, great defense, or impact STs unit. He’s on his own.
Eagles OL Review: Identifying the Issues Vs. Tampa - Birds 24/7
Philadelphia Eagles left guard Evan Mathis.Below is a player-by-player review of how the Eagles’ offensive line performed in Sunday’s 23-21 win over the Bucs after having re-watched the game.
Reeling Eagles still a dangerous foe, Lewis says | www.daytondailynews.com
"It’s a quick turnaround, and that’s probably a good thing for us," Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said. "The Eagles are a well-put-together football team that obviously is not happy with where they are in their season. They kind of right the ship a bit (Sunday), and we know we have to go play error free football to win over in Philly on Thursday night."
Vince Young takes to Twitter to ask Larry Fitzgerald for a job with the Cardinals | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: This is painful to read. Not painful as in "watching the Cardinals get shut out and surrender half a hundred" painful, but "dude, have some pride" painful. Vince Young, once and (he hopes) future NFL quarterback, took to Twitter on Sunday to ask the Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald for a job.