2011 Philadelphia Eagles: The Best 3-4 Team Ever - SB Nation Philly
That's now 13-0 for Andy Reid coming off the bye... I guess it's something you can bank on. The Eagles were a focused, determined, confident bunch and systematically destroyed the Cowboys on national television. As Michael Vick said after the game, the new season starts Monday night against the Bears.
Ranaan Review: Breaking Down Brent Celek's Impact - Bleeding Green Nation
It's become obvious that Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy make this offense go. DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin and Jason Avant alternate big plays at the wide receiver spot. But the tight end position?
Grocery Shopping with DeSean | Eagletarian | 11/01/2011
DeSean Jackson was sitting around playing video games, as he tells it, with a couple of longtime friends from California who live here now, when the subject of giving back to the community came up. The friends, Khalid Rahim and Tracy Jones, had an idea -- why not select a worthy family and take them grocery shopping?
Steve Smith MIA for Eagles | Philly | 11/01/2011
One player who was missing in action was Steve Smith. And when I say missing in action, I mean completely. He was active, but was not on the field for a single offensive snap. Part of that had to do with the Eagles' personnel groupings. By my count, they only went with four wide receivers once. But Riley Cooper played eight snaps ahead of Smith.
Jim Jones ft. Maino's 'So Athletic (Michael Vick)' Jam
Rapper Jim Jones (ft. a fellow named Maino) has a new tune out titled "So Athletic (Michael Vick)."
Jerry Jones defends Cowboys' loss to Eagles
"I like the way our guys competed," Jones said Tuesday during his weekly radio appearance on 105.3 The Fan (KRLD-FM). "I thought in the second half that we could and would have a chance to come back."
Scout's Eye: Cowboys-Eagles review - Dallas Cowboys Blog - ESPN Dallas
A great dissection of how the Eagles attacked the Cowboys and neutralized their defense.
Eagles dial back the blitz | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/02/2011
To blitz or not to blitz - that was often the question when Jim Johnson and Sean McDermott were calling plays for the Eagles defense.