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Cole should expect a fine from league - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The fight that broke out near the end of Sunday's Giants-Eagles game remains under review in the league office. A spokesman with the office told the Daily News that fines are expected to be assessed, but no suspensions are in the plans. That's good news for Eagles defensive end Trent Cole, who threw at least two punches during the scrum.

Nearly 21 Million Watch Eagles-Giants Shootout - Philadelphia Eagles
The Eagles' 45-38 win over the New York Giants was witnessed on NBC by 20.9 million, which put the game in a tie for the 10th-largest audience in the history of Sunday Night Football. The Eagles have now been involved in three of the top ten most-watched games on Sunday night.

Asante, the Vikings and the Pro Bowl | Philadelphia Daily News | 12/16/2009
As the online fan balloting for the Pro Bowl heads into its final week, we know two things: Asante Samuel is the only Eagle leading at his position, and people in Minnesota spend a lot of time on their computers.

Paul Domowitch: Eagles' offensive line overcomes adversity | Philadelphia Daily News | 12/16/2009
Last Sunday, Reid's revamped line turned in its finest performance of the season in the Eagles' 45-38 win over the Giants. It allowed just one sack, gave quarterback Donovan McNabb the time to complete 17 of 26 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns, and came up huge on a clock-eating 12-play, 91-yard fourth-quarter scoring drive.

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NFC East Power Rankings: Birds on Top
There’s a new team atop the NFC East Power Rankings: the Philadelphia Eagles. For the first time this season, the Eagles take the top spot.

Ashley Fox: DeSean lacking only a nickname | Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/16/2009
DeSean Jackson needs a nickname. Apparently, D-Jax isn't enough. Too easy. Too lazy. Not creative enough. The people want a real nickname. Like the Answer.

Saints chase perfection; Colts plan to rest starters; more NFL - Peter King -
Remember how I said last week no one's going to want to play the Chargers in January? Still true. But add one more team to that list: the Eagles. They've changed before our very eyes. Did you see on TV last night when Andy Reid got airborne -- OK, he did a little hop -- to body-bump DeSean Jackson after Jackson scored a touchdown? I'm going out on a limb here, but I believe right here, right now, is the best offensive variety Reid has had with the Eagles in his 11 years as coach.