Eagles News: Peter King sheds light on problem with Philadelphia schedule

Eagles News: Peter King sheds light on problem with Philadelphia schedule

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Why the NFL’s first $10 billion franchise isn’t that far away – FMIA
Issues? A little ago. Teams that could have an ox or two. Philadelphia Cream. As Warren Sharp points out, while 21 teams play either zero or one game on the short-week road, the Eagles play four: Week 3 in Washington after a Monday night home game; Week 9 at Houston Thursday night after a home game Sunday; Week 11 at Indianapolis after a Monday night home game; and Week 16 at Dallas on a Saturday afternoon in a Sunday road game. (To be fair, most Week 16 teams have a short week game as 12 games are scheduled to be played on Thursday/Saturday that week.)

A better defense – Iggles Blitz
Wow, this is all very impressive. Looks like a damn good defense. But… Football Outsiders ranked the Eagles 25th in defensive DVOA. The team allowed 41 or more runs on three occasions. They were dead last in the league in completion percentage allowed (69.4%). And that number was higher mid-season. The Eagles had to warm up to reduce the number to that. The defense was 31st in sacks. The QBs just haven’t been challenged enough in 2021. Will the defense be better in 2022?

NFL Power Rankings 2022: 1-32 offseason poll, plus players who benefited most from draft and trades – ESPN
16. The Eagles not only refused to sign a quarterback with one of their two first-round picks, but traded a first-rounder to the Titans for receiver AJ Brown, who is one of Hurts’ best friends. . He is also one of the best receivers in the game. Hurts is entering a critical year in his career as he attempts to prove he is the long-term answer to quarterbacking. With a strong offensive line and a playmaking group that includes Brown, DeVonta Smith and tight end Dallas Goedert, Hurts will be able to put his best foot forward. –

Can’t miss NFL games: Bills-Chiefs, Patriots-Raiders and more with Tom Brady – The Athletic
Philadelphia Eagles: At Commanders Week 3. The joke you’ll hear from Eagles fans is that the league scheduled this game early in the season to ensure Carson Wentz is still on the field for the highly anticipated game between him and his old team. Wentz’s acrimonious split with the Eagles is still much discussed, though things have unquestionably worked out to the Eagles’ advantage since they traded him to the Colts. Wentz’s replacement could already be a superior player, and the Eagles used the picks received from that Wentz trade as bait for the eventual acquisition of AJ Brown. Still, the drama of Wentz playing for the first time against the team that once named him franchise quarterback is delightful.

Highlights: Eagles players take on a different sport – PE.com
Watch Anthony Harris, Rick Lovato, Avonte Maddox, Jordan Mailata and Boston Scott show off their skills on the diamond as they take part in batting practice with the Philadelphia Phillies.

A look at 25 of the most intriguing players the Cowboys will face in 2022 – Blogging The Boys
WEEK 6 – at Philadelphia EaglesWR AJ Brown. The Eagles have drafted many wide receivers in the first round in recent years, and most of them have not worked. They were in a great position to try again in this year’s draft with such a deep group of talented wide receivers, but opted to tackle a proven receiver by trading for former Titan star receiver AJ Brown. While Brown was amazing his first two years in the league, he missed four games through injury, and even when he did play, his per-game totals were far less impressive. The Eagles gave him a four-year, $100 million extension, so they’re betting that last year will be an anomaly and Brown will return to his dominant ways.

What are the odds of the top 10 draft picks becoming NFL stars? – Large Blue View
Not as good as you might think.

NFL Daily Kickoff, Monday – Is Drew Brees planning a comeback? – The SB Nation NFL Show
Drew Brees has tweeted that he could play football this year after apparently agreeing to part ways with NBC. What is it really about? Plus, the Bills respond to a senseless tragedy in Buffalo and the Melvin Ingram finds a home.

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