Archive for January, 2011

Could Jeff Fisher Be The Next Eagles Defensive Coordinator?

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With the Titans announcing that Jeff Fisher will not return to the team as the head coach next season, it prompts speculation: Could Fisher be a candidate to replace Sean McDermott as the Eagles defensive coordinator? Its an interesting idea. Fisher’s old defensive line coach, Jim Washburn, has already joined the Eagles staff, so Fisher [...]

Analyzing The Shuey Firing

Bill Shuey

Yesterday it was announced that the Eagles would not be retaining linebackers coach Bill Shuey, who had been with the team for over a decade. Looking at Shuey’s body of work over that long time span, it’s hard to believe this move didn’t come about sooner. In the last decade, there has been a major [...]

McDermott Should Have Been Fired During The Season

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A week and a half has gone by since the Eagles said goodbye to Sean McDermott and the team is still searching for his replacement. During this time, the Eagles have seen Dick Jauron take a job with Cleveland, Jim Mora Jr. decide to remain at the NFL Network, and a number of other candidates [...]

Cutler Bails as Bears Lose 21-14

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Jay Cutler couldn’t take the pressure of the NFC championship game and left the game early in the second half with a knee injury. Todd Collins replaced him for a series or two before third string unheard of gamer Caleb Hanie came in to rally the Bears. Though he had the ball in Packers territory [...]

Championship Weekend Picks

2009 Record: 179-89 2010 Record: 161-103 New York @ Pittsburgh The Jets will try to pull of a third upset on the road of this post season. The Jets have won their post season games by keeping the score close, and more or less outlasting their opponents. The Steelers pulled off an impressive comeback victory [...]

Another Look At The McDermott Firing

Did the Eagles make the right move in parting ways with Sean McDermott? Let’s take a closer look at McDermott’s tenure with the team. Did McDermott do a good job in his two years as the defensive coordinator? Well, there weren’t many positives to take from those two seasons. While McDermott may have put together [...]

Division Round Picks

2009 Record: 179-89 2010 Record: 159-101 Ravens @ Steelers I think this game is the same old story. The game will be tight until the final minutes with both teams barely scoring above 10 points. And the Steelers win. Pittsburgh will benefit from having the extra week of rest, and Baltimore just hasn’t been able [...]

Packers 21 Eagles 16, Eagles Sloppy, Akers Misses 2 FG’s, Packers Spring Starks

The Eagles lost a frustrating game to the Packers 21-16. The Eagles showed many flaws including issues that have plagued the team all year such as penalties, poor offensive line play, and defensive lapses. Add to that kicker problems from pro-bowl kicker David Akers, and the Eagles had too much to overcome. Despite all that [...]

Eagles Helpless in First Half

It sure doesn’t look like the team was prepared for this game. A fumble, 2 sacks, 3 penalties, 2 shanked punts, a missed field goal, and 2 for 2 in red-zone defense, in the bad way. On the other hand, the Packers looked perfectly prepared. They are playing a patient game moving the ball down [...]

Andy Could Learn from Rex

Rex Ryan

The Jets won an exciting game last night against the Colts and their all-world quarterback, Peyton Manning. The fact that the Jets won is not really a surprise as both teams were fairly evenly matched. What was interesting about this game was the adjustments made by Rex Ryan that put the team in a position [...]

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