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The Kist & Solak Show #27!

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The Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles are on a long week, which means we get to catch up and re-calibrate some opinions. That’s what we did on The Kist & Solak Show #27, where we take a deep dive into the coaches film of the 34-13 stomping of the New York Giants to see if it was just as impressive a win as it was when watching it live (hint: it was).

Carson Wentz had a classic Wentz type game, throwing for 278 yards and 3 touchdowns, but is he back? Yeah, it sure looks like it, and the film backs that up. We dig into his play and the bounce back game for the offensive line, which was not perfect but a step above it’s recent struggles.

On the defensive side of the ball we shout out Treyvon Hester, who according to Pro Football Focus recorded 2 run stops and 2 pressures on only 15 snaps. Fletcher Cox and Michael Bennett are up to their usual antics of being incredible at football, plus Derek Barnett is proving to be an excellent run defender. All that and how Jim Schwartz totally redeemed himself with a creative game-plan that led to Odell Beckham Jr.’s second worst stat line against the Eagles.

Stream it on the media player below or click here if the player doesn’t load. FLY EAGLES FLY!