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Crazy Eagles season in review

By: jaxsportsmedia | January 19, 2019 No way you could have predicted the thread of the Eagles’ 2018 season unless you had forecast it would be “unpredictable”. That’s a nice way of saying nothing, reminding me of one of Marty M.’s old quotes: “Well, this team is coming around, I tell ya, we’ll know more about it when we know, ya know? Sometimes you see things happening and I get excited about it, my head spins and I can’t see straight, that’s what I see in this team.” Tommy Lawlor of Iggles Blitz put the 2018 season into this...

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The Graham Cracker question in Philly…

By: jaxsportsmedia | January 17, 2019 The most significant Eagles free agency decision to be made for 2019 may well involve defensive end Brandon Graham. According to Tim McManus of ESPN, “if the Eagles can get him at a discount, a deal could get done. But his best chance at a bigger payday will be elsewhere.” The defensive hero of Super Bowl LII, Graham played through a high ankle sprain last postseason and wasn’t fully healthy for much of the 2018 campaign. He ended up with four sacks — his lowest total since 2013 — but the 30-year-old picked...

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Eagles and fans look ahead to “NEXT!”…

By: jaxsportsmedia | January 15, 2019 We had a day to absorb the “Look!” “Watch!” nonsense in the aftermath of a hard-fought but disappointing loss to the Saints in the divisional round. Maybe it’s still a tad early, but EYE say hold your heads high, Eagles, and start thinking about “NEXT!”… Some random observations that are actually positive-thinking reviews for the most part: D-line injuries crush Eagles in loss to Saints Chris Long, Brandon Graham, Michael Bennett and Fletcher Cox suffered injuries during the game. They all returned to the field, fighting through the pain. Read More Remember: The Eagles had no...

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Slipped through our fingers…Saints 20, Eagles 14

By: jaxsportsmedia | January 13, 2019 We kinda had the game right where we wanted it to be…Eagles driving for a potential winning score, only two minutes left, a chance to take the lead and possibly leave Drew Brees high and dry with little time remaining to work his own miracle finish. Nick Foles hit Alshon Jeffery on a crossing pattern deep in Saints territory with a perfect pass…except the perfect spiral slipped right through Jeffery’s white gloves. After taking a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, the Eagles were shut out in the next three. But the offense...

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