Obama: NFL refs’ return is ‘great day for America’ | The Ticket - Yahoo! News
Obama thinks "it's a great day for America," White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters aboard Air Force One, as the president headed to Virginia to campaign. "The president is very pleased that the two sides have come together to resolve their differences and ensure that, going forward, when we watch our favorite teams play in the NFL, we can focus on the players and the game rather than on the officiating," Carney said.
Chaney to start at weak-side LB
Jamar Chaney will start at weak-side linebacker in place of the injured Akeem Jordan when the Eagles host the New York Giants on Sunday night.
Marcus Hayes: Dawkins' ties to Philadelphia: Dearly beloved
HE IS, PERHAPS, the most beloved Philadelphia Eagle; maybe the most beloved Philadelphia athlete.
Eagles' new faces on special teams ready for duty
The Eagles' special teams unit will have a new look on Sunday and the group is working hard to make sure things go as usual against the Giants.
Michael Vick's woes: What's wrong with Philadelphia Eagles QB? - NFL.com
With the Eagles set to take on the New York Giants in a pivotal NFC East showdown on Sunday Night Football, I decided to pop in the All-22 tape to see what's going on with the four-time Pro Bowler. Here are three problems I discovered:
'Prove it' time for the Eagles' D line - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Sunday night is a chance to show people. We have an ongoing debate on this blog about which of these defensive lines is better, and that debate is rooted in the idea that they are two of the best in the league. The Eagles want to be the best, and there's no better time to prove it than in a game against the reigning champs.
Film breakdown: Will the Eagles see the Giants’ “A+ play” three years in a row? – Blogging the bEast
The Giants have taken advantage of the Eagles poor LB plan in recent years with the same play.