The 10 best plays of the decade - Shutdown Corner - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Among them... none other than 4th and 26.
DeSean Jackson of Philadelphia Eagles says he blacked out after concussion, unlikely to play vs. Atlanta Falcons - ESPN
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, in his first public comments since suffering a concussion last Sunday against the Washington Redskins, says it is extremely unlikely he will play this Sunday in Atlanta against the Falcons. "I don't think I can go," Jackson said. "I blacked out."
Rookie Focus: Eagles' McCoy rewarding team's faith in him - USATODAY.com
The Philadelphia Eagles acted at an opportune time when they drafted running back LeSean McCoy in the second round, taking him 53rd overall, to back up Brian Westbrook.
Paul Domowitch: McNabb's final stop is likely to be Canton | Philadelphia Daily News | 12/02/2009
This being America, everybody's entitled to their opinion, including me. When the subject is Hall of Fame-worthiness, though, my opinion matters a little bit more than Joe from Roxborough's because I'm one of the 44 members of the Hall's board of selectors.
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Vick going back to Atlanta as spectacle and afterthought | HamptonRoads.com | PilotOnline.com
Michael Vick "returns" to Atlanta this Sunday as an NFL player, but what does that mean? Simply that Vick will be in the Georgia Dome, dressed in his No. 7 jersey, when the Philadelphia Eagles play the Falcons.
The Atlanta Falcons' loss of Matt Ryan shouldn't hurt other Falcons fantasy options (Tony Gonzalez, Roddy White, Michael Turner) - ESPN
I can't think of many cases in which I call an injury a "good thing" in fantasy football, but the fact is, those who have been relying on Matt Ryan shouldn't be too upset about the Atlanta Falcons' quarterback already being ruled out for the team's Week 13 game against the Philadelphia Eagles because of turf toe. If you noticed the trend in our rankings, we weren't counting on Ryan for much anyway, as he's been struggling for much of this season and rarely approaching his draft-day value. Now you have no choice but to sit him, which you should have been doing anyway.