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When the Philadelphia Eagles play mistake-free football, they can be an elite team.
Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, as his last name suggests, is going to blitz the opposing offense.
While fantasy football owners scrambled to pick up DeMarco Murray, the Philadelphia Eagles watched the rookie running back put on quite a show.
Unhappy he was trade bait, Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel criticized management and compared the team's front-office to people who play fantasy football.
A season-saving win has the Philadelphia Eagles thinking positive heading into their bye.
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With a must-win game looming in Washington on Sunday, the Eagles are facing a potential offensive line shortage.
Poor tackling, careless ball security and mental mistakes are a recipe for disaster in the NFL.
The Philadelphia Eagles are reeling as they prepare to visit FedEx Field on Sunday, scrambling to save their season after a 1-4 start.