Paul Domowich from the Philadelphia Daily News answers all of our questions about the NFC East. Will the Cowboys have a new coach? Will the Redskins have a new name? Give us your take on […]
Last night, Out of Bounds began their division-by-division preview of the NFL to get you up to speed on what’s going on across the league. Last night, we began by previewing the AFC East. Tonight, […]
A season of transition brought a new coach with a breath of fresh air and a new identity as a team. There were adjustments along the way as Chip Kelly adjusted to life as an NFL coach after serving an entire career at the college level, but his players bought in to the mentality Kelly introduced to them and fought their way to an NFC East division title few saw coming before the season started.
A last-second field goal by Shayne Graham brought an end to the first season of the Chip Kelly era as the Saints left Philadelphia with a 26-24 victory in the NFC Wild Card playoff. The time for season-long evaluations will come over the coming week, but for now let’s take a quick look at how the Eagles performed in this game.
The Philadelphia Eagles will need their defensive secondary to be on their toes this weekend with Drew Brees leading the New Orleans Saints in to town with a monster of a passing offense. Fortunately for the Eagles, the defensive backfield is getting healthier in time for the playoffs.
Drew Brees will be much more successful against the Eagles defense than back-up Kyle Orton was in the final game of the regular season. But, if the Eagles can knock Brees off his game, then the Saints could quickly run out of options to try and keep up wit the Eagles offense.
Fans in New York never want to abandon thoughts of the postseason this early into any season. As frustrated as they may be, the hope of a postseason run remains in the minds of the fans of both New York NFL teams.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Philadelphia Eagles are both in need of a win. But how will the Bucs stop the Eagles high-octane offense?
A hometown hero from Danville, Virginia, Giants running back David Wilson is familiar to carrying vast expectations. After a rookie season filled with lavish highlights of his prodigious potential, the upcoming season appears very bright for Wilson.
The Bucs, looking for a win, seriously hurt their playoff chances with a loss to the Eagles. At 6-7, the Bucs aren’t in an ideal position.