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Hobbs done for the season | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/22/2010
The Eagles will place Ellis Hobbs on injured reserve and end his season, the cornerback's agent, Kevin Omell confirmed Monday afternoon.

Eagles Vs Giants Highest Rated Sunday Night Game In 12 Years - SB Nation Philly
The Eagles set their third major ratings mark of the season last night with the highest rated November SNF game in 12 years.

Eagles continue to be a great first-quarter team - NFC East Blog - ESPN
They've outscored their opponents in the first quarter by nearly nine touchdowns this season. And this was only the second time in the past six games the Eagles didn't score on their first drive. Not to worry, the Eagles had a seven-minute drive on their second possession and then Vick punched it in with one of the most exciting 4-yard gains you'll ever see.

Eagles Are Vulnerable to the Run No More
A month into the season, they were one of the worst against the run in the NFL. Since then? They’re one of the best. The Eagles’ biggest weakness has become their biggest strength.

Reid Shaken by Childress' Ousting in Minnesota
With the Vikings due into Philly on Dec. 26 to face the Eagles, the plan was for the Childress and Reid families to enjoy Christmas dinner together the night before the game. "It doesn’t look like that’s probably going to take place now," Andy Reid said Monday afternoon.

Man Up: Graham, Samuel lead 'D' | Philly | 11/22/2010
Here's the player-by-player breakdown of how the Eagles' defense performed in their 27-17 win over the Giants Sunday night at the Linc

SKOHRboard: Eli Manning: Stoppable
Every time I see Eli mess something up all I can think of is the marketing team at Citizen slapping themselves in the forehead. It doesn't seem like they could have chosen a worse spokesperson for a product tagged, "unstoppable."

Kudos & Wet Willies,' The Ball Is Not A Grenade Edition - Big Blue View
In a clip on ESPN Radio this morning I heard Giants coach Tom Coughlin rip his team's "careless regard for the football that has been going on for probably a year and a half." This team won't be what it should be until it learns that the ball is a prize to be cherished, not a grenade to be gotten rid of as quickly as possible.