Monday featured arguably the most on-brand moment for a fanbase in recent memory. Philadelphia resident Hakim Laws helped save children from a burning building early Monday morning.
Short of losing a game to Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2, nearly everything has gone right for defending Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles over the past year…until Sunday afternoon.
The JMRA Football Podcast – EP 6: Week 3 Review; Patriots In Trouble? Bills Stun Vikings; Carson Wentz In, Jimmy G Out
Derek Jones recaps a wild Week 3 that included the Bills shocking the Vikings; a lackluster effort by the Patriots in Detroit; a crippling injury for the 49ers; and the triumphant return for Carson Wentz.
When the Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII, they became the 10th team to knock the Brady/Belichick New England Patriots out of the playoffs since New England’s incredible run began in February 2002.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz started in his first regular season game as an NFL player on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.
Sylvester Stallone Losing Oscar For Best Supporting Actor Is Worst Philadelphia Loss Since 2002 NFC Title Game
Despite being the odds on favorite to win Best Supporting Actor during the 2016 Academy Awards ceremony, Sylvester Stallone lost to Mark Rylance from Bridge of Spies.
The Philadelphia Eagles named Doug Pederson, the current offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs, as their new head coach on Thursday night.
One year after leading the NFL in rushing, Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray is now the league’s highest-paid non quarterback bench-warmer at the moment. Murray carried just twice in an embarrassing 40-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night.
https://twitter.com/JoelEmbiid/status/532018612824178688 Philadelphia 76ers center (and social media maven) Joel Embiid spent his Monday night attending the Panthers/Eagles game. Embiid, who has been a revelation on social media, took his feelings to Twitter on Carolina’s lackluster performance against the Birds.
In the hours following Mark Sanchez taking over the reigns for the injured Nick Foles as Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, former Patriots signal-caller Drew Bledsoe made a bizarre comparison while taking a shot at the Jets.