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“Coming into the season, they were expecting to be at least a year away, potentially even more,” Rapoport mentioned on NFL GameDay Morning First. “There’s a lot of reasons for that. First of all, take a look at what happened last offseason before Chip Kelly’s final year. They were simply gutted of personnel. They knew they needed to beef up the kind of skill players they had. They knew they needed a quarterback. So they made the decision as an organization to actively rebuild, find a quarterback and avoid the 9-7, are we good enough, are we not type of thing. They wanted to start over and try to restock.”
While a majority of Eagles fans would agree, this qualifies as news because some owners around the league are willing to bail on an experiment after just one season. It would be dangerous and ludicrous for the Eagles to dump Pederson a year after hiring him, especially after he hand-selected a quarterback with the No. 2 overall pick in the draft. The Eagles have had some bright moments this year despite the complete lack of a dependable wide receiver and, by all accounts, Wentz looks to be on his way to being a top-12 quarterback next season.
The contest premise is simple enough for anyone to get on board: The Eagles announce that their mascot, Swoop, will be at a location in Philadelphia or the surrounding area. The first person to see Swoop and give him a high five gets two tickets to the upcoming home game. Thirteen out of 20 times since 2014, it’s been @YungYle — real name Kyle Lloyd.
“I don’t have any connections with the Eagles or I wouldn’t be out there on my lunch break not getting lunch,” Lloyd told BillyPenn.com on Tuesday. “I clock out for lunch early to get there. I have a boss who’s cool enough to let me take a lunch break at 11 o’clock to go see Swoop and give him a high five.”
Between Odell Beckham’s week-in, week-out virtuosity and the rise of the Giants’ stingy defense, Eli Manning’s steep second-half decline has gone virtually unnoticed outside of the tri-state area. Reminiscent of his infamous bout with arm fatigue four years ago, Eli’s passes have been diving at the feet of his receivers since late October. His utter inability to throw with authority beyond 15 yards has not only eliminated intermediate and deep passes from the offense, but has also led to more turnover worthy plays than any other quarterback this season. He started Thursday night’s game 3 of 12 for 40 yards and a pick-six to Malcolm Jenkins and cheap jerseys and tossed two more wobbly interceptions en route to a franchise-record and career-high 63 pass attempts. Only the Browns and Rams have averaged fewer yards per game than the Giants since Week 7. Barring a magic elixir that restores Eli’s waning arm strength to 2011 levels, the offensive woes aren’t going away in the postseason.
Cornerback Janoris Jenkins (back) did not suit up against the Philadelphia Eagles. NFL Network’s Kimberly Jones first reported the development. The Giants will attempt to clinch a postseason berth without him on Thursday Night Football, exclusively on NFL Network.
Jenkins injured his back during last week’s win over the Lions and was listed as a “game-time decision” heading into Thursday night.
“First, I want to apologize to Mr. Lurie and his family, my coaches and teammates, and all Eagles fans,” Huff said in a statement, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.
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“I’m sorry that any action by me brought negative light to this organization. I want to thank the Lurie Family, Howie, this community and the entire Eagles organization for the opportunity I’ve had for the past 3 years. Most important, I want to let the fans and community as a whole know that I understand the responsibility I have as a professional athlete, and I will take all measures necessary to correct mistakes I have made.”
This old rivalry has already taken on a new shape with young stars burgeoning at the forefront, like Landon Collins, Carson Wentz, Odell Beckham and Jordan Hicks. Fixtures like Eli Manning and Brent Celek remain but are resigned to the fringes.
The Giants stole a hotly contested Week 9 matchup in the Meadowlands, but only thanks to some egregious Eagles errors. With so much on the line for Big Blue this time around, will Philadelphia succumb to the same mistakes or will Wentz right a rookie campaign that has strayed off course?