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Philadelphia Eagles: Assessing the Defensive Line

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Eagles Football | 0 comments

Led by Fletcher Cox the Eagles defensive line has gone from laughing stock to one of the team’s strongest units over the last two years.  They have become stout against the run and adept at gobbling up blockers to allow guys like Connor Barwin, Trent Cole, and Brandon Graham to come flying off the edge in the pass rush.

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Philadelphia Eagles: Assessing the Offensive Line

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Eagles Football | 0 comments

Coming into the 2014 season the Philadelphia Eagles possessed one of the top rated offensive lines in the league.  Evan Mathis and Jason Peters were both named as first team All Pros, Jason Kelce was coming off the best year of his career and by the end of the year Lane Johnson was looking like a future star.

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Philadelphia Eagles: Assessing the Wide Receivers

Posted by on Jan 10, 2015 in Eagles Football | 0 comments

A lot was written and said of the state of the Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers in the months since DeSean Jackson was unceremoniously released.  There was a lot of hand wringing and bemoaning the fact that the team no longer had a deep threat and the team really missed Jackson’s presence last season.  The fact of the matter is the lack of a speed receiver or a “deep threat” did not hurt this team’s offense or the passing game.  Turnovers were the bane of the offense last season.

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Philadelphia Eagles: Potential First Round Picks in the 2015 NFL Draft

Posted by on Jan 10, 2015 in Eagles Football | 0 comments

Coming off of a 10-6 season that saw them miss the playoffs the Philadelphia Eagles have several different areas they need to look to improve this off season.  Some areas will be addressed via free agency while others will be addressed in the draft.  Who the Eagles may be targeting with the 20th pick of the upcoming draft is open to widespread debate and speculation.

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