Reid: Training camp a return to the basics | Courier-Post | courierpostonline.com
One of the most notoriously tight-lipped coaches in the NFL couldn't wait to unveil his brash plans for next month's training camp.
Bob Ford: Eagles may have more success letting Vick and Reid be themselves
When Vick was at his best, running the ball has accounted for more than 20 percent of the plays in which he either threw the ball or carried it himself. In 2002 and 2010, when he had his highest quarterback ratings, Vick ran once for every 3.7 times he threw.
Five Eagles numbers that matter
When we talk about the differences in the 2010 version of Vick, compared to the 2011 version, fourth-quarter performance stands out. In 2010, he completed 59 percent of his passes, but averaged 8.53 yards per attempt with six touchdowns and no picks for a QB rating of 106.8. Vick led four fourth-quarter comebacks and had three game-winning drives in 2010.
Film breakdown: A look back at one of the Eagles’ go-to plays in 2011 – Blogging the bEast
In the first 3 weeks of the 2011 season, the Eagles ran the same play in each game. I wrote a post about the play after all three weeks.