We’re looking at the studs and duds from the Philadelphia Eagles 37-34 win over the Buffalo Bills in Week 12
Elliott tied the game with 20 seconds remaining. After the Bills went ahead with a field goal on the first possession of overtime, Hurts put the game away with a walk-off 12-yard score that made the Eagles the only 10-1 team in the NFL.
Philadelphia overcame a 17-7 first-half deficit for the second straight game and benefited from another blown deep passing attempt, this time with Josh Allen and wide receiver Gabriel Davis getting mixed up late on a drive.
With a Week 13 showdown against San Francisco looming, here are the studs and duds from Sunday’s emotional win.
We’re looking at who has seen their stock rise and who has seen their stock fall ahead of the #Eagles Week 3 matchup against the Buccaneers
D’Andre Swift had a career-high 175 rushing yards and a touchdown, while some timely defensive stops were enough to give the Eagles a 34-28 victory at Lincoln Financial Field.
After a slow first-half start, All-Pro quarterback Jalen Hurts ran for a pair of 1-yard touchdowns and threw a 63-yard dime to DeVonta Smith for a touchdown to help widen the lead.
The Eagles have started preparation for a Monday night matchup against the Buccaneers, and we’re looking at the Week 3 stock report.
We’re looking at the studs and duds from the Philadelphia #Eagles 25-20 win over Patriots in Week 1
There’s nothing better than starting a regular season on a positive, and Philadelphia is on the plus side of the action after a sloppy, 25-20 win over the New England Patriots.
Kenneth Gainwell got the start at running back, while Jalen Hurts took the field for official game action for the first time since February’s Super Bowl loss.
The Eagles jumped out to a 16-0 lead off the back of two Patriots turnovers but surrendered 14 points heading into halftime.
Philadelphia was able to hold on in the second half, securing a much-needed season-opening win with the Minnesota Vikings heading to Lincoln Financial Field for Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime.
Here are the studs and duds from Week 1.
Former Philadelphia #Eagles’ punter Ty Zentner agrees to deal with Texans
After losing a training camp battle to Arryn Siposs, Ty Zentner has landed on his feet, agreeing to a deal with the Houston Texans.
A Ray Guy Finalist in 2022, Zentner signed with Philadelphia as an undrafted free agent after a decorated career at Kansas State.
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We’re looking at who has seen their stock rise and their stock drop after the Philadelphia #Eagles two joint practices with the Cleveland Browns
The Eagles and Browns wrapped up two intense joint practice sessions on Tuesday, with both teams taking the day off before Thursday’s preseason game.
Cleveland brought the energy during the first practice on Monday, while the Philadelphia spurred the team on, creating havoc up-front, and drawing criticism from the opposition’s best offensive guard.
With joint practices being the week’s focal point, Jalen Hurts, and other key starters will again sit out, allowing rookies and key veterans to make their case for a 53-man roster spot.
We’re looking at who’s stock up up, and who’s stock is down ahead of Thursday night.
We’re looking at the Philadelphia Eagles defense and doing a stock report amid an offseason of changes
The Eagles have retooled after a disappointing 38-35 loss to the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII, and they’ll enter OTAs with a new look defensively.
Javon Hargrave, Linval Joseph, Ndamukong Suh, T.J. Edwards, Kyzir White, C.J. Gardner-Johnson, and Marcus Epps are gone.
Defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon landed the Cardinals’ head coaching job, but Sean Desai will replace him.
Darius Slay and James Bradberry return to form one of the NFL’s top cornerback duos.
At the same time, Haason Reddick will look to dominate again after finishing fourth in the Defensive Player of the Year voting.
With OTAs scheduled to start next week, here’s an updated stock report on how the defense has changed.
Looking at which Philadelphia Eagles player’s stock is up and which player’s stock is down after the win over the Houston Texans in Week 9
The Eagles are 8-0 for the first time in franchise history and roaring toward the postseason after a 29-17 win over the Texans on Thursday night.
Jalen Hurts was 21-27 for 243 yards and two touchdowns, and Philadelphia Eagles overcame another deficit to roll past rebuilding Houston at NRG Stadium.
Javon Hargrave led the team on defense with seven tackles, three sacks, three tackles for loss, and three quarterback hits.
Here’s your Week 9 stock report for the Birds.
Looking at which Philadelphia Eagles player’s stock is up and which player’s stock is down after the win over the Dallas Cowboys and heading into the bye week
The Eagles are set to get some much-needed rest during the bye week, and the undefeated Birds will likely spend much time working to improve.
While some team members will be working on a Christmas album, others will hit the NovaCare Complex for film study and added conditioning.
Undefeated and 6-0 after a 26-17 win over Dallas on Sunday night, here’s your updated stock report heading into the bye.
Here’s your Week 4 stock report for the Philadelphia Eagles’ 29-21 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lincoln Financial Field
The Philadelphia Eagles defeated Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon, 29-21, to improve to 4-0 and are the last remaining undefeated team in the league this season.
In the victory, the Birds showed grit while playing without four starters and scored 29 points after falling behind 14-0 to the improved Jaguars.
With the team set for Arizona to face the Cardinals, we’re providing an updated look at this week’s stock report.
Stock up, stock down following Philadelphia Eagles 24-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2
The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Minnesota Vikings 24-7 at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday night.
Third-year quarterback Jalen Hurt led the way completing 26 of 31 attempts for 333 passing yards while adding 55 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
Darius Slay was named the conference’s defensive player of the week after two interceptions and a lock down performance against Justin Jefferson.
With the Commanders up next, here’s the Week 2 stock report.