Week 1 featured a double-header on Monday night that had two completely different games. The first game was a close shoot-out while the other was a blowout. Week 2 features only one Monday night game, but one that has plenty of fantasy implications as the Philadelphia Eagles travel to the Chicago Bears. The Eagles look to improve to 2-0, while the Bears are looking for their first win of 2016.
Lost in the shuffle of all the quarterback controversy that has embroiled Philadelphia this offseason, there are multiple questions surrounding the ground game of the Eagles. If, as expected, new coach Doug Pederson makes this the staple of his new offense, it is surely logical to look at who will be entrusted to shoulder this burden. One of the 2015 marquee free agent signings, DeMarco Murray is now a participant in the "Exotic Smashmouth" in Tennessee with the Titans, leaving behind a stable of backs in Ryan Mathews, Darren Sproles, Kenjon Barner and recent draftee Wendell Smallwood.
Conventional wisdom tells us not to put too much thought into Defense / Special Teams when it comes to fantasy football. But this conventional wisdom could leave an untapped gem for you this fantasy season.
Nelson Agholor has already put together an exciting performance in the 2015 preseason, but what should everyone really expect from Agholor come the regular season and more importantly this fantasy football season?
The New Orleans Saints head to Philadelphia to take on the NFC East Champs Saturday night in what looks to be a very high scoring match-up.
Whether you are a fan of the teams doing battle, have fantasy football or gaming implications, or you’re simply looking for creative ways to increase your alcohol intake during the Monday Night Football telecast, we've got you covered. Week 1 Ultimate Guide to Monday Night Football.
Philadelphia Eagles Left Tackle Jason Peters was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase exceeding 100 miles an hour. The Eagles big man was caught drag racing at 4:45 a.m. Wednesday morning.
I'm assuming most people expected a huge splash on Tuesday from the Philadelphia Eagles, grabbing big-names to add to the new Chip Kelly system. The Eagles were one of only a few teams with huge pockets entering 2013's NFL free agency.
Vick Remains an Eagle On Monday, Mike Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles reached a new one-year contract. Per multiple reports, the contract has a maximum potential value of $10 million, which many are saying is loaded with incentives. The details of the contract are still to be determined, but what we do know is Chip Kelly […]
In a day and age of instant news via Twitter, there are no secrets. So when Chip Kelly surprises everyone by accepting the head coaching job with the Philadelphia Eagles, the news hits the Eagle fanbase like lottery win.
As many predicted before the season, Michael Vick's style of play would lead to injuries from taking too many hits, although having one of the worst offensive lines in football hasn't helped. The Eagles’ 3rd round rookie backup quarterback Nick Foles from Arizona will get another start and try to improve on his first start from a week ago. Eagles fans had been calling for him in recent weeks due to Vick’s inconsistent play, but bad penalties, rookie mistakes and dropped passes made for one ugly debut.
Week one of the NFL season has come and gone in the blink of an eye. Half of the NFL teams sit comfortably at 1-0 while the others dread the transition into week 2 standing at 0-1. In an unlikely turn of events, two particular NFL squads have found themselves at the bottom of their respective divisions chasing the unpredictable teams that sit above them.