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Packers At Eagles: Nate Allen Parallels Eric Allen - SB Nation Philly
Nate Allen became the Eagles first rookie to register an interception in his first game since the great Eric Allen did it against Tampa Bay in 1988.

Didinger: Reid Must Stick With Kolb
Michael Vick may have impressed in the Eagles' Week 1 loss, but Andy Reid must go back to Kevin Kolb, as soon as he's healthy. By Ray Didinger

The700Level.com - Philly Sports & Minutiae: Our View of the Home Opener, Plus a Note On Helmet Head
One of the more enjoyable quirks of sitting in this corner of the Linc is the dueling Eagles chants between 207 and 209, the sections catty-corner in the end zone. I've noticed the battling Eagles chants while sitting in other areas of the Linc, but I had never actually sat in the heart of those two cheering sections before.

A Season Ticket Just Isn't Worth What It Used To Be - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
Season tickets don't have the value they once did and it's not because people are busier and can't go to all the games. It's because the secondary market has allowed people to compare what they are paying to the actual market value of the ticket. And when they do, they find out that - even as season ticket holders - they're at least approaching a breakeven point as compared to the secondary market.

'Football killed him': The legacy of Pahokee's Andre Waters
'Football killed him': The legacy of Pahokee's Andre Waters

Around the NFC East

Chain Reactions: A Good Start For The Redskins - SB Nation DC
In our first edition of the weekly 'Chain Reactions' column, we give some praise to Jim Haslett, note the importance of the preseason and get in on some LeBron James bashing, among other observations.

Empty Seats Were Part Of The Story - SB Nation New York
Gary Myers of the New York Daily News said the 5,200 empty seats at New Meadowlands Stadium were the worst part of the Giants’ season-opening vitory Sunday over the Carolina Panthers.

Cowboys Have The Talent To Win Big; But Do They Have The Brains? - Blogging The Boys
The Dallas Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins in most categories Sunday night, except in brains and on the scoreboard.