The Birds went 7-9 last year, but with many roster improvements, the playoffs are the goal.
The Birds drafted Donnel Pumphrey, but that can’t be it, right?
From what roads to avoid to how to snag last-minute tickets
The former Bears receiver signed with Philly for one year, $14 million.
The Eagles finished 7-9, so how would you rate the first-year head coach and quarterback? Here are our grades.
Playoffs? Contenders? Don’t be afraid to hope for that — for all of them.
From Villanova’s title to Joel Embiid’s debut to the Soul winning the Arena Bowl, see what made our list.
Wentz is fine. Don’t panic. But after being sent to the locker room for concussion tests, there was no reason to put him back in the game.
The Eagles won’t fire Pederson after one year. Probably. We have no idea, other than historical precedence.
Doug Pederson elected to go for the win after a last-second touchdown. They didn’t convert, and the Eagles lost, again.
The 27-22 loss was a bad result for a bad team in a game the Eagles have to think they should have won.
We’re making a list and checking it twice. Doug Pederson’s job isn’t on it.
Doug Pederson: ‘This thing can go one of two ways, and I only know of one way it’s going to go, and that’s up.”
The season is done, but it’s not over. There’s nothing to play for, and also everything.
Carson Wentz, Malcolm Jenkins and the receivers (!?!?) top our list of thankfuls.
The maligned wide receiver finally said all the right things after doing all the wrong things.
The refs are overmatched and the league has no idea how to handle player safety.
Doug Pederson’s team is .500 after eight games. Here’s 7 reasons why.
The Eagles left points on the field. Enough points to potentially win the game.