The Eagles have reached the halfway point of their season and find themselves in first place in the NFC East.  With a 3-4-1 record, there are a lot more questions than answers for the Eagles who have the inside track to win the division in 2020.  But will winning the NFC East that satisfy their fan base?  As fans, we hope this team can get healthy and stay that way for the second half of the season but not everyone agrees about what the Eagles are this season or what the future holds for the team.

This weekend in The Locker Room we will spend time talking about the Eagles and if they have the talent to make the playoffs this season.  Does the future for the Eagles look good beyond 2020?  Will Carson Wentz be a part of it of the long term plans for the organization?  There are so many questions to ask and we will review which players have been living up to their potential in 2020.  We will also evaluate the General Manager and Head Coach on Saturday with Scott McKay and I dissecting the organization and will ask YOU, the listeners, to text in your opinions on the Birds play at 609-403-0973. 

On Sunday’s show Hunter Brody and I will hear from my advertisers their opinions about the state of affairs with the Philadelphia Eagles.  We will talk with Joe Randazzo of Randazzo’s Pizzeria in Ocean City, Mark Grimes of Berkshire Hathway, Joe Lenegan of Lenegan Plumbing and Heating, Tom Jackson from Jackson and Sons Electrical in Ocean City, Michael Peleggi of Maserati of the Mainline, and Jim Wasserson, CEO of Clean Rental 

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