Not only has Boston Scott never started a season-opener, he’s never even been on an NFL roster for a season-opener. Scott, released by the Saints in 2018, released by the Eagles in 2019, is expected to be the Eagles’ opening-day starting running...
by: Daniel Gallen | email@example.com — Penn Live 40m
The Philadelphia Eagles got subpar performances from their quarterback and their left tackle in the tie with the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
by: Marcus Hayes — The Philadelphia Inquirer 56m
He has no faith in his players. No confidence. And why should he? You can’t play to win with a team built to lose.
by: Matty Breisch — Fansided: Section 215 7h
Lane Johnson and Jack Driscoll are the Philadelphia Eagles' tackles of the future. Going into the 2020 NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles' offensive line ...
by: ROB MAADDI — The Washington Times 11h
On second thought, Doug Pederson would not have played for a tie.
by: Les Bowen — The Philadelphia Inquirer 11h
The Eagles' lengthy injured list grows with two serious losses.
by: Sam Schneider — Prime Time Sports Talk 11h
The Philadelphia Eagles and the Cincinnati Bengals played 70 minutes and ended up tied 23-23. Sam Schneider recap breaks down all the action.
by: Fran Duffy — NFL: Philadelphia Eagles 12h
Inside the defense's eight sacks and how the offense can feed its remaining playmakers.
by: Martin Frank, Delaware News Journal — USA Today 13h
Carson Wentz threw two interceptions for the third consecutive game so far this season, but the Eagles aren't thinking of making a change at QB.
by: Bob Grotz firstname.lastname@example.org @bobgrotz on Twitter — Delco Times 13h
PHILADELPHIA – It’s been 17 quarters since the Eagles’ defense got a takeaway, and you won’t believe who collected it.
by: Marty Fenn — Clutchpoints 14h
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is maintaining the faith after an 0-2-1 start to the 2020 season. Although Wentz and the rest of the Eagles offense has struggled to put up points and take care of the football, the 27-year-old said he...
by: Reuben Frank — NBC Sports Philadelphia 15h
Jason Peters demanded more money to play left tackle and then couldn’t even finish a game because of fatigue. Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said Peters missed the two final snaps of the pivotal drive against the Bengals Sunday because he was “fatigu
by: Daniel Gallen | email@example.com — Penn Live 15h
The Philadelphia Eagles are trying to figure out what will work for their quarterback.
Doug Pederson says 'fatigue' played a part in the the lack of carries for Miles Sanders vs. the Bengals
by: Glenn Erby 13 seconds ago — USA Today: Eagles Wire 16h
The fallout from the Eagles 23-23 tie with the Bengals continues on Monday and one of the biggest questions from Sunday’s game was the lack of rushing attempts for star running back Miles San…