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The Franchise QBs: Final rankings of the top signal-callers in Eagles history - ESPN
1. Donovan McNabb. 2. Ron Jaworski. 3. Randall Cunningham. 4. Norm Van Brocklin. 5. Michael Vick. The NFL is a quarterback-driven league, and the Eagles have zero championships since 1960. These two things are not mutually exclusive. McNabb was one of the league's best during a good portion of his 11 years in Philadelphia and guided the team to five NFC championship appearances and one trip to the Super Bowl. Yet it is telling that the unquestioned top QB in Eagles' history is far from a lock for the Hall of Fame. Jaworski and Cunningham are legends in Philly, and Vick was electric during his post-jail run. There have been some very good ones, but when it comes to truly elite quarterback play, Philadelphia has been a bit short-changed.
The Eagles have another new college football factory - BGN
Where do most of Philly’s players come from?
Who Will Be The Best Litmus Test For The Eagles In 2017? - BGNRadio.com
There comes a point in every ascending teams growth where they have to go into a huddle, with the game in balance, look each other in the eye, amidst a screaming crowd of 80,000+, and win a ball game.
10 reasons the Redskins will be a dumpster fire this season - PhillyVoice
Over the last two seasons, the Redskins have played just 10 teams that ended up with winning records. They've gone 2-8 against those teams, lost five games by at least two touchdowns, and were -96 in point differential. Kirk Cousins has 19 career wins. Yes, the combined winning percentage of the teams Cousins has beaten over his career is 0.397.
Eagles Better or Worse 2017: Offensive line - CSN Philly
The Eagles didn’t change much about their offensive line from last season. In fact, they retained pretty much everybody, even handed out a few contract extensions, while also going out and signing Chance Warmack in free agency. The question is whether that was good enough. There are plenty of question marks among a nucleus of Jason Peters, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks and Lane Johnson, and standing still didn’t necessarily provide many answers.
Chris Maragos Offseason Training - PE.com
A Wisconsin Badger through and through, Chris Maragos heads home in the offseason to work out with former college teammate JJ Watt in this segment from Inside The Eagles.
Michael Vick throws eight touchdowns in inaugural flag football game - PFT
Michael Vick is still capable of putting up big numbers. The former Falcons quarterback led his team of retirees to a 64-41 win over the team led by wide receiver Terrell Owens in last night’s debut of the American Flag Football League in San Jose.
Penn College degree leads to Philadelphia Eagles front office - The Express
Rutledge, a four-year member of the Penn College men’s soccer team, received a bachelor’s degree in web and interactive media. Last summer, he joined the Philadelphia Eagles’ front office as digital project coordinator. Among a long list of detailed duties, he creates new features for the Eagles website, is responsible for The Official Eagles Mobile App and is the go-to person for user experience/user interface design.
The John Dorsey Dismissal: Where It Went Wrong in K.C. - The MMQB
It took the league—and some on the team—by surprise, but there were signs the end was near. Here are three flash points that played a part in the Chiefs changes. Plus more notes on a glaring Cowboys problem, Zach Orr’s big risk and the back story of the feel-good tale of the offseason
The Supreme Court decision in New Jersey's sports gambling case could be worth billions around the country - SB Nation
The future of sports gambling in America could hinge on what the Supreme Court says about New Jersey.
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