The Philadelphia Eagles controlled the game throughout the first half but trailed on the scoreboard at the break 7-3. Miscues led to that deficit. Those miscues ultimately caught up with them and led to a 17-11 loss to the San Francisco 49'ers.
It only figures the Eagles be in first place in the NFC East with Sunday's 25-20 over San Francisco. Dallas (1-3), Washington (1-3) and the New York Giants (0-4) all lost earlier, leaving the Eagles (1-2-1) atop the division, despite a horrible start to the season.
The Eagles (0-2-1) will travel to the West Coast to take on the San Francisco 49ers (2-1) in a prime-time matchup on Sunday Night Football.
While the Eagles search for their first win, many things must fall into place to accomplish that feat on Sunday night...
Eagles Insiders Adam Caplan and Geoff Mosher discuss Doug Pederson's dubious hiring history of assistant coaches along with the names reportedly linked to current openings -- including USC's Graham Harrell -- and the thinking behind some of the candidates.
Caplan and Mosher also answer #AskITB questions about upgrading linebacker and the structure of the scouting department and give a quick Super Bowl preview.
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) — With the Calvin Johnson rumors flying in advance of Tuesday's trade deadline, the Eagles continued to scale back the work of ineffective receiver Torrey Smith during Sunday's 33-10 win over San Francisco.
The veteran, who has amassed just 14 receptions for 210 yards at the midway point of the season, was in on a season-low 32 snaps (46 percent) against the 49ers and fo
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) — With the trade deadline looming on Tuesday and FOX's Jay Glazer reporting that the Eagles plan to be active, Halapoulivaati Vaitai needed a strong performance to convince the Philadelphia brass he is the answer at left tackle in the wake of Jason Peters' season-ending ACL injury...