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The Linc - Will Brees do his best Warner impression?

Eagles Hoping Brees Doesn't Emulate Warner
This Sunday, we’ll see just how much the Eagles have learned from their NFC Championship loss to Arizona. That afternoon the savvy Kurt Warner defused their blitz by making quick decisions and accurate passes. Warner winged darts through the Eagles’ D, completing 14 of 17 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns to lift the Cardinals to a 24-6 halftime lead.

NFC East: Final Word - NFC East - ESPN
Why am I the only guy in the country who thinks Kevin Kolb will play well against the Saints? It's not like the Saints have a juggernaut defense. - Matt Mosely

NFL Football Betting, Bet on NFL Odds, Lines at Bodog Sportsbook
Kevin Kolb - Total Passing Yards Week 2 vs. the New Orleans Saints Over/Under 165.5

Les Bowen: Eagles' Cole faces more difficult test this week vs. Saints | Philadelphia Daily News | 09/18/2009
THE LIST OF things the Carolina Panthers weren't prepared to do in last Sunday's opener - along with taking care of that slippery ball, and tackling DeSean Jackson - included figuring out the game of "Where's Waldo?" that new Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott was playing with Trent Cole.

More after the jump including an update on Cornelius Griffin, Saints' coordinators, Stacy Andrews on Shawn Andrews, and more

Expectations for Maclin; Saints' coordinator knows Birds | Philadelphia Daily News | 09/18/2009
Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg didn’t want to venture a guess as to how many snaps from scrimmage wideout Jeremy Maclin got at Carolina in his NFL debut. No passes were thrown to Maclin. "He got some plays," Mornhinweg said. "Now, every game will be different, but hopefully, as we go over a big space of time, that will keep picking up just a little bit for him."

New Orleans Saints @ Philadelphia Eagles: Interview with the Enemy - Canal Street Chronicles
New Orleans Saints @ Philadelphia Eagles: Interview with the Enemy

Second knee surgery doesn't surprise Eagles rookie Ingram | Philadelphia Daily News | 09/18/2009
ou can add Cornelius Ingram to the list of people who weren't surprised the Eagles' rookie tight end needed a second ACL repair. "No, not really, sad to say," Ingram, a fifth-round pick from Florida, said yesterday.  Stacy Andrews defends brother
Despite speculation, the elder Andrews said Shawn is genuinely injured and wants to play.

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