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Eagles vs. Buccaneers 2018: First quarter score updates

 IT’S
TIME FOR PHILADELPHIA EAGLES FOOTBALL!The reigning Super Bowl champions are
scheduled to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2 Sunday action today. The
Eagles are looking to advance to 2-0 with a win. If the Bucs play anything like
they did last week http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com/stefen-wisniewski-jersey-authentic ,
which isn’t a given, it won’t be easy.Let’s do it.Here is some basic information
to help guide you through the game:How to watch the game - TV schedule and
online streaming information;Follow me on Twitter: @BrandonGowton Follow along
with Buccaneers fans at Bucs Nation;Live game stats; Full NFL scoreboard; Eagles
full regular season schedule; Current Eagles depth chart;Current Eagles
rosterLIVE TWITTER FEED(Note: if the Twitter feed isn’t showing up for you,
click here.)Tweets from https://twitter.com/BleedingGreen/lists/eagles-newsUse
this open thread as a place to discuss the first quarter!Eagles News: Michael
Bennett named one of the best veteran bargains in the NFL Let’s get to the
Philadelphia Eagles links ... The price is right: Best veteran contract for all
32 NFL teams - ESPN In$iderPhiladelphia Eagles: DE Michael Bennett. The deal:
Three years, $29.5 million with $14.5 million in guarantees. The tricky math
behind why this is such a good deal for the Eagles is simple: They’re not paying
any of the signing bonuses, because they acquired Bennett via trade. So for the
Eagles, they essentially have Bennett on a three-year, $20.6 million deal with
little in the way of guaranteed money. Even at age 33, Bennett is still an
impact interior rusher. He finished 16th in pass pressures, per Sports Info
Solutions charting last season, racking up 8.5 sacks. He has been a Pro Bowler
three seasons in a row. To have a player that good on a cheap, non-guaranteed
contract is a steal, even if age creates the risk that it’s suddenly all
over.Birdbrained: Week 2 Mailbag - BGNWR injuries and 2019 Draft Picks and Rasul
Douglas’ future and more.The Kist & Solak Show #10: Eagles O vs Bucs D
Preview - BGN RadioMichael Kist and Benjamin Solak get the previews under way.
This time they’re focusing on how the Eagles offense matches up against the Bucs
defense by leveraging their study of the Bucs week 1 performance against the
Saints. Big days ahead for Agholor, Ertz, Sproles and Ajayi? What cornerback
should the offense attack? Plus notes on the Bucs pass rush or lack there of and
so much more!Safety Blitz with Malcolm Jenkins: Seeing Buccaneers score 48
points was ‘eye opening’ - PhillyVoiceWhether the Bucs can score 48 points
against Malcolm Jenkins and Philadelphia Eagles is another question. “I hope
not,” Jenkins said. “They did put up 48 points. After watching them, it was
definitely eye-opening. They didn’t [score 48] by accident. They made plays. The
last time we played them a few years ago, we went into that game thinking that
this team takes a lot of shots downfield. It’s easy to see that storyline
remains the same. They’re attacking the deep end of the field.”32 NFL
Observations, Week 1 - PFFCornerback Ronald Darby was targeted 11 times during
his team’s season opener against the Falcons, and he forced four incompletions.
His forced incompletion percentage of 36.4 percent is the best mark we’ve ever
seen by a cornerback with at least 10 targets in the first week of the
season.Players Prepping To Win The Hydration Game - PE.comWhen the Eagles kick
off on Sunday in Tampa against the Buccaneers, the temperature at Raymond James
Stadium is expected to be in the low 90s with humidity touching 70 percent. In
other words, it’s going to feel like an oven, turned up high Womens
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, relentless. As much as Tampa Bay will be a test
on the field, battling the furnace-like conditions will also challenge the
players’ conditioning, preparation, and mental discipline. What are the Eagles
doing about it? They certainly aren’t waiting until Sunday to find out.Silva’s
Week 2 Matchups - RotoworldThe Eagles’ offense didn’t find its groove until the
second half of last week’s win over Atlanta, when Jay Ajayi logged 12 of his 15
carries and parlayed them into 51 yards (4.3 YPC) with two TDs and a two-point
conversion. Philly’s failed first-half bid to feature Darren Sproles seemed
game-plan specific versus a Falcons defense that has long been vulnerable to
running back receptions. Most promising was Ajayi’s featured scoring-position
usage, handling the Eagles’ lone carry inside the five and reaching pay dirt
from 1 and 11 yards out. Behind the NFL’s top offensive line, Ajayi remains a
solid RB2 play at Tampa Bay, which is missing NT Vita Vea (calf) with DE Jason
Pierre-Paul (knee) banged up. Ajayi’s outlook will further improve if Sproles
(hamstring) can’t play or is limited. 鈥?Although Sproles paced Philly’s
backfield in Week 1 snaps (41%) over Ajayi (39%) and Corey Clement (18%), the
35-year-old managed 32 yards on nine touches and is more nuisance to his
teammates than standalone play when healthy. 鈥?Clement was used like a strict
handcuff, running fewer pass routes (6) than Ajayi (10) and Sproles (21) and
logging five carries without a target. If his usage doesn’t pick up in Week 2,
Clement will be droppable in most season-long leagues. 鈥?Nick Foles’ abysmal
preseason bled into Week 1, where he pathetically managed 117 scoreless yards on
34 passes (3.4 YPA) and went 0-for-7 on 15-plus-yard attempts. Despite Foles’
abysmal showing, his Week 2 matchup is soft enough for Foles to warrant QB1
streamer treament. Zach Ertz, Nelson Agholor, and Mike Wallace all enter
mouth-watering draws.4 reasons why Nick Foles is primed for a big Week 2 -
NBCSPThis is what Foles does. He has bad games and sometimes follows them with
really good games. Last Thursday was his 10th career game with a passer rating
lower than 60. Aside from three games during that miserable year in St. Louis,
Foles has always bounced back with passer ratings of at least 86 in the next
game that matters. Remember Foles’ seven-touchdown performance? Guess what he
did in his previous game. His passer rating was 46.2 against Dallas and his next
game in Oakland he tied an NFL record for touchdown tosses. Foles even did it
last season. He finished the regular season with a dud against the Raiders and
then a bad start in the regular-season finale. From there, he warmed up against
Atlanta and was white-hot against the Vikings and Patriots.The Bucs will not
beat the Eagles if they play like they did against the Saints - Bucs NationBut
if Tampa Bay plays like they did against New Orleans, they won’t beat the
Eagles. I can already hear the pitchforks sharpening and I can smell the smoke
from the torches. Before I am tarred, feathered, and dumped into the Bay, let me
explain. When it comes to playing teams like the Eagles, there are two major
components that must be recognized in order to beat them: executing the little
things and executing said items at the most crucial juncture. Tampa Bay was
unable to consistently complete either task on Sunday and it almost led to a
comeback by the Saints. The Eagles showed during their ugly win on Thursday that
they just know how to win - which is oftentimes the deadliest weapon in the
NFL.Run-stopper Beau Allen eager to make Bucs his new home - The AthleticAs part
of a massive offseason upgrade to their line http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com/malcolm-jenkins-jersey-authentic ,
the Bucs lured defensive tackle Beau Allen away from the champs, giving him a
three-year, $15 million deal. The 26-year-old, easy to spot with his red beard
and long hair, has never started more than three games in a season, but is
literally a central part of the Bucs’ renovations on their defensive front.
“That’s what his specialty is,” coach Dirk Koetter said Wednesday afternoon.
“He’s a tough run-stopper in the middle of the field, a guy that can push the
pocket. He brings attitude, he brings energy, he brings a winning mentality.
He’s a fantastic guy to build your team from the inside out.”Ryan Fitzpatrick:
“I’m better right now than at any point in my career” - PFT“You know I’m better
right now than I’ve been at any point in my career and lot of that is mentally
and whatever else,” Fitzpatrick said Thursday, via JoeBucsFan.com. “But there’s
a lot of different throws and things that are so much ingrained in you, so much
muscle memory from working and doing it for a long time. Truly I feel like the
older I’ve gotten the better I’ve become.”Report: Seahawks sign Mychal
Kendricks, linebacker facing federal prison - Field GullsThe Seahawks have a
potential issue at outsider linebacker depending on how long it takes for K.J.
Wright to be healthy enough to play again as he recovers from knee surgery. It’s
hard to say after one week if Shaquem Griffin is a weakness on the defense, but
the combo of outside linebackers Griffin and Barkevious Mingo is a farcry from
where the defense is at with Wright. Kendricks, facing the rare white collar
crime for an NFL athlete, would potentially help bridge the gap until Wright
returns.Texans Worked Out CB De’Vante Bausby - NFL Trade Rumors[BLG Note: The
Texans are looking at the former Eagles practice squad cornerback.]Washington
Redskins sign another player with Alabama football roots - AL.comThe Washington
Redskins added another player with Alabama football roots to their roster on
Wednesday when they signed former South Alabama safety Jeremy Reaves for their
practice squad.Why Saquon Barkley Will Struggle to Have the Rookie-Year Success
of Ezekiel Elliott - The RingerThe Penn State running back product has all the
talent in the world, but the Giants’ offensive infrastructure leaves plenty to
be desired.How will Hurricane Florence impact NFL games in Week 2? - SB
NationSeveral college football games have been postponed or relocated, but the
NFL’s slate of Week 2 games should be OK....Social Media Information:BGN
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