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Smallwood: For Eagles, it's won game at a time

Smallwood: For Eagles, it's won game at a time

philly.com Updated 13 hours ago
IT IS THE most overused cliché in sports - the favorite line for every coach and player in just about every sport. It is meant to focus attention on the task at hand instead of looking ahead.
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  • McLane: Wentz doing homework, earning honors

    McLane: Wentz doing homework, earning honors

    Doug Pederson went where few NFL coaches are willing to go when publicly evaluating a rookie quarterback three games into his career. Asked to assess how much of Carson Wentz's performance on the field was attributable to film study, the Eagles coach co…
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  • Eagles a fitter team in the trenches

    Eagles a fitter team in the trenches

    philly.com 16 hours ago
    As much as the start of the season has unfolded like a well-worn fairy tale for the Eagles, a story that should include dragons and wands and a lanky young prince, there is absolutely nothing magical about what is happening along the line of scrimmage.
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  • Eagles-Steelers: What we learned

    Eagles-Steelers: What we learned

    philly.com 22 hours ago
    The Eagles are 3-0 after they spanked the Steelers, 34-3, on Sunday. Here are 10 things that we learned.
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  • Ben Roethlisberger: We all stunk

    Ben Roethlisberger: We all stunk

    profootballtalk.com 24 hours ago
    The Steelers got steamrolled by the Eagles on Sunday in a 34-3 loss and there weren’t any shortage of places to look for reasons why things went so wrong. The defense gave up 426 yards and generated no sacks or turnovers. The run game produced 29 yards …
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  • Steelers' Antonio Brown: 'We got our butt kicked'

    Steelers' Antonio Brown: 'We got our butt kicked'

    philly.com Sep 26 (yesterday)
    S OME OF THE Pittsburgh Steelers' praise for the Eagles after Sunday's 34-3 Eagles victory sounded a bit grudging, but the guys from the other end of the state knew they had to give credit.
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  • Steelers suffer worst loss in 27 years

    Steelers suffer worst loss in 27 years

    profootballtalk.com Sep 26 (yesterday)
    Few expected the Steelers to lose to the Eagles on Sunday. No one expected it to be historic. As noted by Adam Schefter of ESPN, the 34-3 outcome on Sunday was the largest margin of defeat for the Steelers since Week Two of the 1989 season. On that Sept…
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  • ICYMI in NFL's Week 3: Rookies Wentz, Prescott Stay INT-Free

    ICYMI in NFL's Week 3: Rookies Wentz, Prescott Stay INT-Free

    nytimes.com Sep 26 (yesterday)
    There's never been quite the sort of clean, composed rookie quarterbacking that Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles and Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys are producing week after week after week.
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  • Video - Stephen A. takes on Chip Kelly 01:55

    Stephen A. takes on Chip Kelly

    Jul 29
    While Stephen A. Smith is in favor of the Eagles shutting up about Chip Kelly, Smith tears into Kelly for "stinking at his job" and getting fired only to land another NFL coaching job paying $6 million.
  • Video - No reason for Eagles to rush Wentz 01:05

    No reason for Eagles to rush Wentz

    Jul 24
    Adam Caplan breaks down how the Eagles are bringing along rookie QB Carson Wentz and why they are smart for taking this approach.
  • Video - E:60: Randall Cunningham coaches daughter to the Olympics 06:23

    E:60: Randall Cunningham coaches daughter to the Olympics

    Jul 21
    A generation ago, Randall Cunningham electrified the NFL with his show-stopping athletic talents. Now he's headed to the Olympic Games as the coach of one of Team USA's best hopes for gold in the women's high jump -- his 18-year-old daughter Vashti
  • Video - Doug Pederson has a QB plan, but how will it play out? 01:31

    Doug Pederson has a QB plan, but how will it play out?

    Jul 20
    Doug Pederson said Sam Bradford will start the season as the No. 1 QB, but the team acquired Chase Daniel and Carson Wentz too. ESPN Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan says that Pederson may have a plan, but executing it is another matter entirely.