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Rewind: Philadelphia Eagles dynasty potential, Power Rankings, bold predictions

We’re more than a third of the way into the NFL season as the first three sets of bye weeks have come and gone and we’re getting an idea of who the contenders are and who the pretenders are. Below you’ll find the best cover32 columns from the past week to catch you up on anything you may have missed. Enjoy Week 7! National Columns - Power Rankings: How all 32 teams in the...
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Weekly Rewind: How will the Eagles adjust without Darren Sproles?

On Sunday the Philadelphia Eagles are on a bye, but it was still an eventful week. Get caught up on all the latest here with this week’s top stories: Eagles Columns - ESPN thinks Nick Foles is a kicker for the Jets (READ) - Connor Barwin denies that he is a hipster (WATCH) - Are the Eagles a top five NFC Super bowl contender? (READ) - How will Philly get by without Darren Sproles...
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Philadelphia Eagles bye week survival guide

It’s Sunday and there is no Eagles football. What oh what is a fan to do? This post is an adaptation of a column by Philly Sports Muse for the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2013 season.  Nine months of waiting for football season to arrive, followed by several weeks of the ups and downs that mark being a fan of Philadelphia Eagles football. It’s what fall’s all about, but...
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Toppers and Tossers from Fran Duffy’s classroom during Eagles Bye Week…

<img src="" alt="Zach Ertz runs corner route opposite 3-wide "Topper" formation." width="300" height="197" class="size-medium wp-image-4137" />Zach Ertz runs corner route opposite 3-wide “Topper” formation. Fran...
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Philadelphia Eagles named as NFL team likely to become next dynasty

SPONSORED BY THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY What is a dynasty? How many championships does a team need to rack up in a certain period of time to qualify? The Niners of the 80s and 90s come to mind with their perfect 5-0 Super Bowl record. So do the Cowboys and Steelers, two proud franchises with multiple titles and dominant runs of their own. How about right now in the NFL, who’s on the...
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VIDEO: Mark Sanchez gives Nick Foles some important quarterback tips

One great advantage of having a player like Mark Sanchez on their bench is the Philadelphia Eagles can enjoy the benefit of his wisom. Having started at quarterback for a number of years and leading two teams to a conference championship, Sanchez’s veteran leadership and experience are vital for the growth of young Nick Foles, who has played up and down at times this season. During...
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GET TO KNOW: Justin Shirk, LB, Bloomsburg University

NFL Draft Diamonds has teamed up with Joseph Muia a very solid up and coming scout, to put together a series for our readers called Get to Know. What this series will do is allow you to be a featured on our site, whether you are a freshman or a senior in college. This is […] The post GET TO KNOW: Justin Shirk, LB, Bloomsburg University appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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Mark Sanchez Eats Chicken Fingers On Sidelines; Shares With Foles (Video)

Remember the time Mark Sanchez ate a hot dog on the sideline in the middle of a game while he was still with the Jets? Of course you do. Sadly, it’s one of the most memorable highlights of Sanchez’s Jets career (outside of the infamous butt fumble, of course).  Sanchez is in Philadelphia now, playing backup quarterback for the Eagles. But it sounds like he’s still eating on...
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Mark Sanchez Recommends Nick Foles Try The Chicken Tenders During Game (Video)

Mark Sanchez’s favorite foods might just be whatever he can get his hands on while on the sidelines of NFL games. The former Jets quarterback was caught scarfing down a hot dog while New York was blowing out the Oakland Raiders during his rookie season in 2009, and it appears his appetite has only increased as a backup QB for the Philadelphia Eagles. During Sunday’s game against...
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WATCH: Sanchez recommends Foles try the chicken tenders

A blowout victory can be boring for a starting quarterback, let alone a guy who has spent the entire season holding a clipboard and pretending he is a big part of his team’s offensive strategy. When the Philadelphia Eagles were dropping the hammer on the New York Giants last Sunday night, Mark Sanchez found something...Read More
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Philadelphia Museum of Art has fun with Chip Kelly, features Eagles’ team photo

Like anything Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly does, the Birds’ team photo caused a stir. The speed and efficiency with which the project was undertaken, much like his offense, was a masterpiece to behold. All clocking in under five minutes. A mere four minutes and 40 seconds, to be exact. The photo wasn’t just the team itself, which is quite an undertaken. It was the...
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So far so good for Eagles in a war of attrition…

The NFL season is a war of attrition— I know, that is a statement which comes directly from Captain Obvious. But how a team deals with and adjusts to the inevitable injuries it is bound to suffer is not only a survival skill but a key to winning— especially late in the season when the stakes are highest. Look around the league and not just the Eagles— at least 10 percent of...
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Man's prosthetic leg stolen at Eagles game, eventually found

Booing Santa Claus doesn’t look that bad when compared to what one Philadelphia Eagles fan did Sunday. ABC 6 reported Sunday night that a Vietnam veteran had his prosthetic leg stolen by a female Eagles fan outside Lincoln Financial Field. The theft came around 8:30 p.m., just as the Eagles were beginning their game with the New York Giants on “Sunday Night Football.” The victim...
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Giants players stomp on Eagles logo in pregame huddle

The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles are bitter division rivals. There’s no love lost when these two square off and battle it out, and the Giants made sure to let that be known while they were warming up for Sunday Night Football on Lincoln Financial Field. The team picked an interesting place to huddle up. They stood directly over the Eagles logo and decided to set up...
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Chip Kelly on practice: ‘I agree with Allen Iverson’

Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly doesn’t want to talk about practice. “I agree with Allen Iverson,” Kelly said of the whole idea of practice. “I think he’s 100-percent right.” Kelly calls it “training sessions” not practice. “Because that’s what we’re doing,” Kelly said on Thursday. “We go out there to train. That’s our mentality, that’s always been...
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