The Eagles are coming off a close loss against the Baltimore Ravens to take on the New York Giants in Thursday Night Football. The teams enter with a combined record of 2-9-1, yet both could still easily win the division. Both teams have been decimated by key injuries and will have to make the most of what they have.
The Eagles lost to the Ravens 30-28. Click here to listen to my recap of the game, and listen to what I think this means for the Eagles moving forward!
The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off a loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers and will look to earn their second win of the year against another AFC North foe – The Baltimore Ravens.
The Eagles move to 1-3-1 on the season after a loss to the Steelers. Click here to get my full breakdown of the game!
The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off their first win of the season against the San Francisco 49ers to take on undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s the “Battle for Pennsylvania,” and the Eagles will be looking to maintain their lead atop the NFC East.
The Eagles are in desperate need of a victory to restore morale, while the 49ers need a win to stay near the top of the loaded NFC West.
The Eagles tied the Cincinnati Bengals 23-23. Click here to listen to my analysis of the game, and I breakdown what this means for the Eagles going forward.
The Philadelphia Eagles fell to the Washington Football Team 27-17. Listen here to find out how they lost and what this means for the future of the team and Carson Wentz.
With the 2020 NFL schedule now public, fans can argue and debate which teams are poised to make the playoffs and which teams are doomed to miss it. Here are my predictions for every single team.
Now that the Eagles’ 2020 schedule has been released, here are my predictions for each game, and here is how I believe the Eagles will perform during regular season. Will it be enough to earn a playoff berth? Let’s find out!