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Facing a Four-Game Gauntlet. Can They Handle the Pressure? - The MMQBFrom J-Dogg
(@jazz363611): Eagles making any moves for an RB or WR? — At running
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doubt it. Receiver, maybe. Defensive back, more likely. The Eagles see their
biggest problems right now as defensive back and offensive tackle. At the
latter, they are what they are, with big money tied to Jason Peters and Lane
Johnson, and a need for Peters to get well and Johnson to get going. As for the
former spot, Rodney McLeod is hurt and Philly could stand another to have
another body at corner. The Eagles have shown a willingness to be aggressive in
the past, so nothing should really surprise anyone.Nelson Agholor’s breakthrough
should come against depleted Jaguars - BGNIt’s been confirmed that Patmon will
not dress in London and the Jaguars’ personnel responses to 12/13 personnel lean
heavy towards big nickel looks. Each week Pro Football Focus projects WR/DB
match-ups and have the rookie safety Harrison tabbed as the man most responsible
for covering Agholor. In coverage, Harrison has notched 64 passing play snaps,
with 9 targets, 6 receptions allowed for 46 yards. He lodged 15 snaps covering
slot receivers last week and allowed 2 catches for 18 yards. Not bad, but at his
peak Agholor is one of the top slot receivers in the game. Is he still peaking
or will this game only prove to raise more questions?Five over/unders for
Eagles’ Week 8 matchup vs. Jaguars - PhillyVoiceBlake Bortles turnovers: 1.5 —
Jacksonville’s QB Bortles has turned the ball over 13 times in seven games, with
five fumbles and eight interceptions this year. Last week he fumbled twice, and
two weeks before that he threw four picks. The Eagles defense hasn’t created
turnovers at nearly as high a rate as they did during their Super Bowl run but
impact players Jordan Hicks, Fletcher Cox and Malcolm Jenkins are healthy and
overdue to make impact plays. Will they force Bortles to cough it up?Game
Preview – PHI at JAX, UK Style - Iggles BlitzOne thing I didn’t cover in that
piece is the Carlos Hyde angle. The Jags traded for him last week. Hyde sat out
Sunday’s game, but will play this week. How much of the playbook does he know?
Hyde is most effective as a workhorse runner. He’s not a playmaker. The Jags
need something to get their offense going. Hyde isn’t going to come in an break
off 80-yard runs, but his presence in the rotation can help the team get better
production from their overall running game. Maybe. Philly is the #2 run defense.
It feels like Haloti Ngata will be back this week. The Jags are missing their LT
and multiple TEs. It is hard to run the ball when you don’t have your best
runners or blockers. It is even tougher when you go up against a stout run D
like the Eagles.Week 8 NFL score predictions: A guide to best games, fantasy
help, more - ESPNFPI win projection: PHI, 62.6 percent. Blake Bortles will get
another start, but he will have to improve on his 18.1 Total QBR over the past
three weeks, second worst among 31 qualified quarterbacks in that span. But
Bortles is 3-0 with a 8-1 TD-INT ratio and 68 Total QBR in London over the past
three seasons, so maybe this will be a good opportunity for the struggling
signal-caller.Eagles-Jaguars: numbers you need to know - Daily NewsThe Eagles
are averaging just 3.22 yards per carry in the first quarter. That’s the third
worst first-quarter rush average in the league, behind only Tennessee (3.00) and
Buffalo (3.11).The five most intriguing games of NFL Week 8 - The
AthleticThere’s plenty of blame to go around for the Eagles’ 3-4 start, but the
simplest truth is that they need to score more points. The Eagles rank 22nd in
the league with 22 points per game and managed just 17 points last week despite
Carson Wentz completing 30 of 37 passes. To make matters worse, they’ve played a
relatively easy schedule of opposing defenses. The Jaguars are the first top 10
DVOA defense the Eagles have played this season. So just as much as the defense
should be expected to handle Blake Bortles, it’s time for what should be the
team’s dominant unit to do something impressive.Philadelphia Eagles rookie Josh
Sweat ready for potentially expanded role on defensive line - PennLive“I’m
pretty confident,” Sweat said at his locker in the NovaCare Complex earlier this
week. “I’m ready to go. I’ve been ready to go for the longest. I thought I would
be playing a lot sooner, but it doesn’t work out like that. But I’ve always been
ready.”An English Eagles Fan’s Mission: To See The Birds In Every NFL Stadium -
PE.comIt’s a Monday after a big Eagles win. You wake up and go to work and want
to talk about the game with your friends and co-workers. There’s just one
problem. There are only two other football fans in the office. One is a Giants
fan. The other is, you guessed it, a Cowboys fan. You might think this is hell.
But this is life for James Boyce, a die-hard Eagles fan, from Benfleet, England.
”It’s massively hard work being an NFL fan over here,” said Boyce.Cheers, it’s
Roob’s 10 Random Eagles Observations from London - NBCSPHis aggressive approach
really makes Wentz’s career interception ratio even more ridiculous. He’s only
thrown one INT this year, and that was in his first game. He goes into Sunday
with 173 consecutive passes without an interception — 63 shy of Nick Foles’ team
record set over 2012 and 2013. Wentz now has the third-lowest interception ratio
in NFL history despite rarely taking the safe throw. The only QBs in the top 10
in NFL history in both highest TD percentage and lowest INT percentage are Aaron
Rodgers, Tom Brady, Russell Wilson and Wentz. Incredible company.Jacksonville
Jaguars vs. Philadelphia Eagles primer: Key matchups, storylines, predictions,
and more for Week 8 - Big Cat CountryJosh Walker vs. Brandon Graham. This is a
terrifying mismatch in favor of the Eagles. A true nightmare. Walker has been
doing his best in spot duty at a foreign position, and while he’s held his own
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Graham is an extremely poor match up for the former guard. Keep an eye on this
and expect the Jaguars to use the running back to chip on more passing plays
than usual.Jeremy Maclin will not play this year - PFTWhen last we heard from
free agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, he was nursing a hamstring injury but
still hoping to play this season. But the hamstring injury has proven to be more
serious than he believed. Maclin needs surgery for the injury and will not play
this season, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.NFL picks 2018, Week 8:
Experts see easy wins for the Bears and Steelers - SB NationWe have a London
game this week. Remember when the NFL was going to stop putting those turds on
television at 9:30 in the morning? That didn’t last. The Jags, London’s home
team, get an Eagles team that’s really hard to figure out right now. Precedent
shows experience matters when it comes to playing overseas, but our panel is
still split on who’s going to win this one....Social Media Information:BGN
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@BGN_RadioDo you think the Eagles are better or worse than they were last year?
What does the current Philadelphia Eagles opening day roster look like compared
to last year’s version? Have the reigning Super Bowl champions improved, stayed
the same, or gotten worse? Read on for a position-by-position
breakdown.QUARTERBACK2018: Carson Wentz, Nick Foles, Nate Sudfeld2017: Carson
Wentz, Nick FolesKind of a tricky one here since we don’t officially know when
Wentz will be back. And even when he does return, will he be 100%? Will he
regress a little from last year? I’m not down on Wentz by any means. He could
take a little step back and still have a great season. There’s just some
uncertainty here. The same uncertainty applies to Foles being a real high
variance quarterback. I will say that the Eagles’ depth improved now that
Sudfeld has had a year in the scheme. You have to feel better about him backing
up Foles than you did at this point last year. Overall, though, I think I have
to say they’re worse here. Again, that doesn’t mean I think they won’t be fine
here. It’s just that they were SO good at this spot in 2017 that I think they’re
naturally bound to see some kind of drop off. Verdict: WORSE.RUNNING BACK2018:
Jay Ajayi, Darren Sproles, Corey Clement, Wendell Smallwood2017: LeGarrette
Blount, Darren Sproles, Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement, Donnel
PumphreyRemember when the Eagles kept FIVE running backs on their original
53-man last year? Fun times. imageI think the Eagles are in much better shape now
with Ajayi, Sproles, and Clement as their main three. And that’s no disrespect
to LG, whom I’ll always have lots of love for. But Ajayi could be really good;
he averaged 5.8 yards per carry in the regular season last year. Sproles still
looks like Sproles. Clement improved so much from Week 1 to the Super Bowl last
year. He’s poised to be even better in Year 2. You could do worse than having
Smallwood as a fourth guy, I suppose.Verdict: BETTER.WIDE RECEIVER2018: Alshon
Jeffery, Mike Wallace, Nelson Agholor, Mack Hollins, Shelton Gibson, DeAndre
Carter, Markus Wheaton2017: Alshon Jeffery, Torrey Smith, Nelson Agholor, Mack
Hollins, Marcus Johnson, Shelton GibsonAnother tricky one because Jeffery will
likely miss at least two games. Hollins is also out for Week 1. I do think
Wallace is a definite upgrade on Smith. I also think Agholor could be even
better than he was last year since he’s had an awesome offseason. He could very
well lead this team in receiving. Gibson had a strong preseason; he definitely
took a step forward. I feel good about Carter and Wheaton as depth players. I
will say this group is better than last year’s once they get back to full force.
Keep in mind the injury Jeffery is still recovering from is the one he had to
play through all last year. Maybe he can be more effective once he moves beyond
that.Verdict: BETTER.TIGHT END2018: Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, Joshua
Perkins2017: Zach Ertz, Brent Celek, Trey BurtonErtz has had a strong offseason
and I feel confident the 27-year-old will give the Eagles good production yet
again. Rookie tight ends notoriously take time to develop but Goedert might be
able to buck that trend because he looks pretty unstoppable at times. At the
least, I think he’s an upgrade on Celek. Richard Rodgers would’ve been the tight
end here if he didn’t get hurt. Instead, it’s Perkins, who is definitely a
downgrade from Burton. I think Goedert > Celek and Perkins < Burton
cancels out to make this group the same as last year.Verdict: SAME.OFFENSIVE
LINE2018: Jason Peters http://www.authenticsphiladelphiaeagles.com/cheap-darren-sproles-jersey ,
Stefen Wisniewski, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, Lane Johnson, Halapoulivaati
Vaitai, Isaac Seumalo, Chance Warmack, Matt Pryor, Jordan Mailata2017: Jason
Peters, Isaac Seumalo, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, Lane Johnson, Halapoulivaati
Vaitai, Stefen Wisniewski, Chance WarmackThe Eagles arguably had the best
offensive line in the NFL last year and they’re one of just a handful of teams
returning all five starters. I’d say that’s a pretty good situation. Although
Big V certainly isn’t without his struggles, he did play well enough that the
Eagles were still able to win a Super Bowl with him starting at left tackle.
Seumalo might be improved from last year. Overall, I don’t think there’s enough
improvement to say that the entire group is better, but that’s fine, because
there wasn’t much room for them to go up anyway. Verdict: SAME.DEFENSIVE
END2018: Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, Michael Bennett, Chris Long, Josh
Sweat2017: Brandon Graham, Vinny Curry, Derek Barnett, Chris Long, Steven
MeansGone is Curry and in is Bennett. It can be easy to underrated Bennett’s
ability since he won’t even necessarily be “starting” for this squad. Making him
a rotational player could be a wise move since he’ll be required to play fewer
snaps. Graham is coming off offseason surgery but he should be motivated as ever
as he enters a contract year. Barnett could take a step forward. Long figures to
be a really good player. Sweat likely won’t play much, if at all, in 2018 but he
has potential. Overall, this group looks better to me, and Bennett has a lot to
do with that.Verdict: BETTER.DEFENSIVE TACKLE2018: Fletcher Cox, Haloti Ngata,
Destiny Vaeao, Bruce Hector, [Timmy Jernigan on NFI]2017: Fletcher Cox, Timmy
Jernigan, Beau Allen, Destiny Vaeao, Elijah QuallsAfter winning the Super Bowl,
Cox said his next goal is to win Defensive Player of the Year. Given the way he
looked unstoppable in the preseason, I don’t think he was joking around. He
might be in for a career season. The defensive tackles outside of Cox are not so
inspiring. I think Ngata can be solid but it’d be much more ideal if he was a
No. 3 guy in Beau Allen’s old role as opposed to having to start. Missing
Jernigan for at least six weeks (and maybe even the entire season?) hurts this
group. Vaeao doesn’t do a ton for much and Hector is an undrafted rookie free
agent. It’s easy to say the Eagles got worse here.Verdict: WORSE.LINEBACKER2018:
Jordan Hicks, Nigel Bradham (suspended Week 1), Kamu Grugier-Hill, Nathan
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LaRoy Reynolds2017: Jordan Hicks, Nigel Bradham, Mychal Kendricks, Najee Goode,
Kamu Grugier-Hill, Joe WalkerHaving Hicks big is pretty significant. I feel like
people might be sleeping on his presence. Yes, he gets hurt a lot, but he’s damn
good when healthy. Thankfully Bradham will only have to miss one game, but it’s
still a factor here. It’s hard to say for sure we know Grugier-Hill and Gerry
will be better than Kendricks, who turned in a good effort in 2017. I think I’ll
have to say the Eagles are worse off with Kendricks gone and Bradham missing a
game. I don’t think it’s dramatically worse but I can’t say “better” and “same”
just doesn’t seem accurate.Verdict: WORSE.CORNERBACK2018: Ronald Darby, Jalen
Mills, Sidney Jones, Rasul Douglas, Avonte Maddox2017: Ronald Darby, Jalen
Mills, Patrick Robinson, Dexter McDougle, Rasul Douglas, [Sidney Jones on
NFI]Darby and Mills both had fantastic offseasons. They were among the top
performers frompractices and preseason games. I feel good about both of them
potentially being better than last year. Darby will be especially motivated
since he’s in a contract year. I think having him for a full year in the system
(as opposed to last year) also really helps. The area where the Eagles likely
got worse is at slot corner. That’s not even a knock on Jones; it’s just that
Robinson was SO GOOD as the nickel in 2017. Jones is talented, without a doubt,
but he could go through some growing pains. I like Maddox as depth player more
than McDougle and I think Douglas, while he has his ups and downs, has made some
progress since being a rookie. Overall, this is an improved group.Verdict:
BETTER.SAFETY2018: Malcolm Jenkins, Rodney McLeod, Corey Graham, Tre Sullivan,
Deiondre’ Hall (one game suspension), [Chris Maragos on PUP]2017: Malcolm
Jenkins, Rodney McLeod, Corey Graham, Chris Maragos, Jaylen WatkinsNot a lot of
change here. The top three guys are really the only ones who will play (barring
injury). I think it’s fair to say this group is the same as last year. Verdict:
SAME.SPECIALISTS2018: Jake Elliott, Cameron Johnston, Rick Lovato2017: Caleb
Sturgis, Donnie Jones, Rick LovatoI’d say this group has the potential to be
worse with the punter change. Jones was the best punter in franchise history,
statistically speaking at least. I’ll give Johnston the benefit of the doubt
since I thought he showed up in preseason games. He’ll need to maintain that
consistency to keep his job safe each week. I don’t think he has an incredibly
long leash when it comes to making mistakes. Verdict: SAME.OVERALLOut of 11
positions listed here, I think four are better, three are worse, and four are
the same. Last year at this time I thought eight were better and three were the
same. But the Eagles were also coming off a 7-9 season and not a Super Bowl win.
There was a lot more room for improvement back then.Overall, I still feel pretty
good about this Eagles team. You have to consider that there are many ways in
which they’re in better shape than a lot of teams out there. The Vince Lombardi
trophy is a nifty reminder of that very fact.
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