The battle of Eagles quarterbacks turned into a defensive tussle. The Eagles defense was better, or Bradford was worse. Let’s review.
Sam returned to Philly with a horrible game, thanks to the blitzing Birds.
Bradford is back in Philly, and, uh, he looks really good.
The Eagles opened at 40-to-1 odds in Vegas in February, dropped to 60-to-1 before the draft and are now at 100-to-1. What about the Vikings? And Dallas?
The Eagles made a lot of QB maneuvers in the last three years. Here’s a look every move they made and how they got to where they are.
Doug Pederson’s first training camp will teach us a lot about this year’s team, as well as Pederson’s ability as a head coach.
Everything was fine. Fans were reluctantly coming on board with Doug Pederson’s plan to have Sam Bradford start and Carson Wentz sit and learn. And then his coordinators went and blew that to smithereens.
After asking for a trade and missing voluntary workouts, Sam Bradford told teammates he’s coming back to the team on Monday. He missed less than a week.
There’s no choice. He’s going to be on the Eagles, and he’s going to be the Week 1 starter.
Philadelphia is taking a quarterback with the No. 2 pick. But history shows that first-round quarterbacks almost always play as rookies. Sorry Sam.
The Eagles starting quarterback reportedly wants out and people are mad. But we shouldn’t be mad at him.