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Here Are the Best Deals on 2015 Eagles Tickets on the Secondary Market

Photo Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Photo Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

From our friends at TiqIQ:

It’s been a roller coaster offseason for the Eagles, who’ve done just about everything possible to keep fans on the edge of their seats. And the draft hasn’t even happened yet. Last week’s schedule release showed that the still-unknown Eagles will have their plates full through Week 10.

For fans hoping to get to an upcoming game at Lincoln Financial Field, Eagles ticket prices remain relatively affordable on the secondary market. Below is the list of all eight games in Philadelphia along with their get-in price– the cheapest ticket made available on the resale market, according to TiqIQ.

Week 2 vs Dallas Cowboys | Get-in: $103

The Eagles will play their first home game of the season against the Dallas Cowboys, and new Eagle DeMarco Murray will get his first chance at running over his former team. The get-in price for this game is $103, one of three games with the least expensive tickets over $100.

For those interested in roadtripping, Philly and Dallas will meet at AT&T Stadium in Arlington for a Sunday Night Football game in Week 9. That game currently owns a get-in price of $92.

Week 5 vs New Orleans Saints | Get-in: $88

With the second home game of the year coming way along in week 5, we’ll likely have a good sense of where the Eagles are going to be this year (and who they’ll be) as they face the always tough Saints. Tickets against the Saints have a get-in price of $88.

Week 6 vs New York Giants | Get-in: $109

The Eagles will welcome the Giants to the Linc for week 6’s Monday Night Football matchup. Tickets for the game currently own a get-in price of $109.

Week 10 vs Miami Dolphins | Get-in: $68

The Eagles face off against the Dolphins in week 10 in one of the season’s cheapest games, because it’s the Dolphins. Whoever is playing QB in week 10 will have to run from Ndamukong Suh, unless he’s serving one of his frequent suspensions.

Week 11 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Get-in: $68

Week 11 will either bring a much-hyped Mariota vs. Winston matchup to the Linc (in which case expect the get-in price to jump) or a less hyped Winston vs. Sanchez/Bradford/whoever. It’s the cheapest ticket of the season.

Week 14 vs Buffalo Bills | Get-in: $90

LeSean McCoy’s homecoming game comes in at a sub-$100 get-in price, but you can expect that to continually climb. The two teams haven’t met since 2011, but team vs. team history isn’t really the story here.

Week 15 vs Arizona Cardinals | Get-in: $72

The week 15 game against the Cardinals is currently sees get-in price start at $72 on the secondary market. The Cardinals will be looking to reverse their fortune after being eliminated from playoff contention in the Wild Card Round last season, and the teams’ last meeting resulted in a 24-20 Eagles loss

Week 16 vs Washington Redskins | Get-in: $110

The Eagles’ final home game against the NFC East foe Redskins will also be the team’s most expensive of the year. The low price for their Week 16 matchup is currently set at $110.

While the Redskins enter a period of uncertainty and continue to fade into obscurity under Robert Griffin III, the Eagles will hope to capitalize at home during their penultimate game of the regular season, in a game that could be very important if the last few seasons are any indication. The Eagles hosted the Redskins last September and squeaked out a close 37-34 win over Washington.

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Mariota Trade Could Happen After He’s Picked or Right Now or Never

Photo Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Is that some orange on his shorts or is he just… photo credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Next Thursday will finally be the end of all of the Marcus Mariota to the Eagles speculation, so then we can move on to other topics. Or not. Also there are no other topics.

According to Jason La Canfora at CBS Sports, Mariota could be picked at number two by the Tennessee Titans, and still end up as an Eagle:

The Tennessee Titans will be open to exploring any deal that makes sense for them. The Eagles, Browns, Chargers and possibly Rams will all have at least some degree of interest, and there is ample potential for a swap to occur before the Titans make their selection …

It could just as well occur sometime after, whether it sometime later during the first round of the draft next Thursday, or even perhaps days or weeks after [Ed. note: Weeeeeeeks]. Surely, a few wrinkles could get a bit more tricky in the aftermath of the Titans using the pick, though even then a corresponding transaction would be hardly impossible.

As Bleeding Green Nation points out, the “picking a player first and then trading him” is more of an NBA-style move than NFL, “but if there was ever a time for an unconventional trade to be made, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Chip Kelly involved in it.” So basically it comes down to this: The Eagles could make the trade for the number two pick tomorrow. Or on draft night. Or they could trade for Mariota after he’s picked. Or weeks later. Or after his second season. Or never. This will never end.



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Not these women


DESEAN JACKSON: HOME TEAM — Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson is at the top of his game as one of the most talked about and watched players in the NFL today. That means eyes are always on him— waiting for him to score touchdowns and waiting for him to drop the ball off the field. Even though he has the money and the fame, DeSean’s life is actually run by a core group of women including his “momager” Gayle, his sister and assistant A’Dreea, his publicist Denise and his new girlfriend, Kayla. Produced by Rogue Atlas Productions in association with Lionsgate Television. Eli Frankel, Ryan Holcomb, Elise Duran, Desean Jackson and Byron Jackson serve as executive producers. Jay Fragus and Lawrence Bell serve as co-executive producers.


via The Washington Post


The Eagles Become the Latest Local Team to Partner with a Daily Fantasy Site

The Eagles (and half the league) have announced a partnership with FanDuel. From the Philadelphia Business Journal:

The Eagles’ sponsorship agreement features branding for FanDuel at Lincoln Financial Field, including a “fantasy tower” in the northwest corner of the stadium and on the Pattison Avenue marquee. The tower will delver fantasy stats to fans during games. The sponsorship also includes the Eagles and FanDuel offering unique hospitality experiences for FanDuel participants, such as meeting the team’s first-round draft pick, watching the team run onto the field during a regular season home game and competing in a flag football game with 20 friends at Lincoln Financial Field.

The Eagles were one of 14 NFL teams to sign a marketing deal with FanDuel Inc., the New York Business Journal reports. FanDuel now has agreements with 15 NFL teams, as it announced a multiyear deal with the New York Jets at the Super Bowl in February.

I’m just going to keep writing this, because I want my told-you-so to have high SEO value when it comes true: When online sports gambling gets legalized, it’ll be Draft Kings and FanDuel that step forward and raise their hands and say, “We have millions of credit cards on file and can handle this sort of thing securely.”

Oh hey and speaking of: PLAY IN DRAFT KINGS’ $60K MOONSHOT LEAGUE TONIGHT. I’m in. Only $3 to enter. Finished GREEN in my first contest of the season last week– $3… which means I’ve already earned more profit this season than the Phils.

Related: Sixers partner with Draft Kings, Major League Baseball partners with Draft Kings #FANTASYWARS(?)


EXCLUSIVE: Chip Kelly’s Email Hacked!

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The Tim Tebow Signing of Course Got Lampooned on Fallon

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1:02 mark:

Or, waking up and realizing that Riley Cooper might be your best wide receiver.

H/T to (@sauerpower36)


Some Weirdo Sent Evan Mathis a Conspiracy-Laden Email about Tim Tebow

Warning: There’s a lot of salty language towards Jewish people written by a crazy person below.


Evan Mathis is a bit of a man of the people. He’s very active on twitter, opens himself up to fans, and apparently reads their crazy conspiracy emails. Mathis posted an email he received (asking Mathis to pass it on to Chip Kelly) that is insane and amazing and makes it worth signing Tebow based on this alone. All of that above is totally, one thousand percent, insane. For ease of reading purposes, here’s an excerpt of my favorite part:

“I was so impressed by Tebow and the Lord winning games together despite the obstacles in 2011 that I read the Bible and reclaimed my soul after decades of foolishness and decadence. The fascinating stuff in the Bible that no one ever told me about in my lifetime at religious schools was going to be the next conspiracy e-mail I was going to send you but I was afraid it might blow your mind during the season like it blew mine …

Tebow’s time with he Jets was to get him to NYC to get him to sell-out and join the Illuminati/New World Order. It was a chance to try to get Tebow hooked on drugs, drinking, gambling and/or sluts in NYC. It was also a time to try to get Tebow injured by playing him out of position at punt protector. {Imagine the Media firestorm if they tried with a gay or minority qb.)”

I was also impressed by Tebow and the Lord winning games together. It’s just too bad the Patriots are stronger than the Lord. But then again, maybe he began to become addicted to the gambling and/or sluts in Denver towards the end.


The Eagles are Apparently Looking to Repeat … Something?


This season, according to NFL.com, the Eagles are trying to repeat. Repeat what? No one knows. Not making the post-season? Having a season derailed by injuries? Putting up a playoff-caliber record but not going anywhere? Putting together a fun but overall anti-climactic season? Yeah, let’s repeat that.

[h/t wunderkind Jake Pavorsky]

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