The Eagles Haven’t Gotten Their Passing Game On-track, and yet…

Yards

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Passing yards

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Points

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Touchdowns

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We’re so quick to find the bad in everything, but the fact is, every team in the NFL has struggles. No team wins 42-0 every game and is three-deep at every position. Watch any of the best teams – Seahawks, Broncos, Patriots, 49ers – and you’ll see things they could do better. We’re all hesitant to be all-in on the Birds, and yet, even with their struggles, they’re 2-0 and among the most proficient offensive teams in the league (after taking off the first half in the first game).

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8 Responses

  1. That’s why when you go to college outside of the Philadelphia (Mid-Atlantic) area and you come back after being away for a while you realize how pathetic the demeanor/outlook of the overall population is.

  2. Yes, this is what every beat writer is talking about.

    The Eagles clearly could play better, have players coming back who are out and haven’t hit a stride and yet they lead the league.

    This is scary for the rest of the league except for the fact that our defense can’t stop a thing.

    Defense wins championships, and while we may be able to skip into the playoffs, we won’t be able to skate by with a bad defense and C+ wide receivers

  3. excellent conditioning has allowed the eagles players to overcome two teams whose conditioning was suspect. this sunday, when washington comes to town, i wanna hear 70,000 plus crazy motherfuckers going motherfuckin crazy.

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