1. Sheldon Brown, Ellis Hobbs, and a Defense without a Leader

    The sexiest draft of the Andy Reid era has come and gone. The Philadelphia Eagles moved from the 21st to 19th overall pick to select Mizzou wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, a player most experts projected to go in the top 10...

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  2. Why I Love the NFL Draft

    All right, I admit it. I am an NFL addict.Like many of you, I can't get enough of the game of football. Every snap, every play, every touchdown, every heartbreak, and every upset is a moment to be cherished...

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  3. Are The Eagles Really "Fine" at Receiver?

    By now, fans know the drill. It happens every offseason. Once the ruckus of free agency dies down, right before the draft, a reporter asks head coach Andy Reid what he thinks about the team’s wide receivers...

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  4. The Eagles' Offseason Leaves Players, Fans Wondering What's Next

    Unlike U.S. President Barack Obama, transparency is not a high priority for Philadelphia Eagles President Joe Banner and his front office staff...

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  5. TJ Houshmandzadeh, Jordan Gross, and the Free Agents That Could Make the Eagles "Super"

    NFL fans, free agency is nearly upon us. On February 27th, the NFL opens the doors on what looks to be one of the most talented groups of free agents in recent memory. The list is staggering: Ray Lewis, Brian Dawkins, and T...

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  6. Brian Dawkins Sets Tempo, Heartbeat For Philly's Improbable Run

    Is there anyone in the NFL who deserves to win a Super Bowl more than Brian Dawkins? Let me answer that for you: No. Dawkins is an anomaly in Philadelphia...

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  7. NFL's Sixth-Seeded Teams Are Looking "Super"

    The year was 2005. Led by young quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, the Pittsburgh Steelers—the number six seed in the playoffs that year—shocked the world by winning three ...

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  8. Philadelphia Eagles' Heart, Experience Lead Team into the Meadowlands

    The Eagles can be criticized for a lot of things this season. The regular season that was 2008 did not exactly turn out the way the team had planned...

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  9. Led by Dominating Defense, Philadelphia Eagles Roll into the Playoffs

    Defense wins championships. Or in the case of the Philadelphia Eagles, defense earned the team a playoff spot. Led by seven-time Pro Bowl safety Brian Dawkins, the Eagles' defense has been on fire over the past month...

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  10. The NFL's Biggest Surprises in 2008

    For football fans, 2008 has been a wild year. After the Giants knocked off the mighty New England Patriots in Super Bowl XVII, many fans thought that the weirdness was over...

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  11. Philadelphia Eagles Control Their Own Destiny with Just Three Games to Go

    The Philadelphia Eagles are doing it again. Left for dead after a Week 12 thumping at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens, the Eagles are back in the thick of the playoff race...

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  12. Playoff-Minded Eagles Gear Up For Monday Night

    One month ago, if you thought the Philadelphia Eagles would be making a serious playoff run this season, you were either a homer or just not paying attention. Now, things are quite different...

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  13. Westbrook-Less Eagles Fly West to Battle the 'Niners

    For the second week in under a month, the battered Eagles offense will be without superstar running back Brian Westbrook. Westbrook fractured two ribs last week in Philadelphia's disheartening 23-17 loss Sunday...

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  14. Philadelphia Eagles' Week Four Contest

    Good evening, fellow Eagles writers! Here is your Week Four contest question: There is little doubt that Sunday's loss to the Bears was disheartening...

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  15. Donovan McNabb Heads Home as the Philadelphia Eagles Battle the Chicago Bears

    Donovan McNabb and the Eagles (2-1) are gearing up for another primetime game as they head to Chicago to face the Bears (1-2) Sunday.The Eagles are coming off of an impressive 15-6 win over the Steelers last Sunday...

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  16. New Contest For Philadelphia Eagles Writers!

    Hello fellow Eagles fans and writers! My name is Patrick Wall, and I am the Philadelphia Eagles Community Leader. My job is to work with all of you (and Bleacher Report, too) to strengthen this already stellar group of passionate writers we have here...

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  17. Eagles 'D' Dominates As The Birds Come Up Big

    Donovan McNabb and Brian Westbrook may have missed time against the Steelers on Sunday, but it sure didn't matter much. The Eagles' defense dominated throughout and helped Philadelphia earn a 15-6 win Sunday...

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  18. Cowboys-Eagles: Monday Night Slugfest Reveals Top Contenders

    You heard it here—the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles are the two best teams in the National Football Conference. The NFC East has regained its title as the toughest division in football...

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  19. Cowboys-Eagles: Tongue Lashings Begin As Teams Prepare for Monday Night

    The war of words has already started for the marquee matchup of Week Two, as the Dallas Cowboys take on their bitter NFC East rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles...

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  20. Chad Ocho Cinco Is an Idiot, and Other News and Notes from the NFL: Week One

    Gentlemen, start your seasons! That's right, folks. Yesterday's snoozefest between the Giants and Redskins means that the 2008 NFL season is finally upon us! There were a lot of happenings this week, so let's get right down to business...

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  21. Just How Good Will the Philadelphia Eagles' Defense Be?

    If the free-agent signings in recent months have shown Eagles fans anything, it is that the team is looking for better playmakers on defense...

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  22. Fearless NFL Predictions: NFC East

    Ah, the NFC. Sure, the AFC might have the most recognizable teams and faces in the modern NFL. Brady, Peyton Manning, LT, and Vince Young all call the American Football Conference home. But there is one thing the NFC has that the AFC doesn't...

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  23. Eagles News and Notes: It's Always Busy In Philadelphia

    It's been an interesting week in Philadelphia. Three stories, each with different impacts for the team, made headlines...

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  24. Patrick Wall's Fearless NFC Predictions: NFC North Edition

    Ah, the NFC. Sure, the AFC might have the most recognizable teams and faces in the modern NFL. Brady, Peyton Manning, LT, and Vince Young all call the American Football Conference home. But there is one thing the NFC has that the AFC doesn't...

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  25. Five Teams to Watch in the NFC for 2008

    For the past few years, there has been little doubt with conference in the NFL was superior. The AFC's most consistently elite teams are the Patriots, Colts, and Chargers—while the NFC boasts the Eagles, Seahawks, and Panthers...

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