Today’s comparison: the pass catchers.
The Eagles got back a big part of the offense on Tuesday.
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Insult to injury (literally) by the NFL officiating.
Next up: Dallas week.
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Doug Pederson spoke with the media via zoom and discussed a couple different topics. The biggest takeaway was showing confidence in Andre Dillard over Jason Peters. I’m still not completely buying that. Also, we will not see changes to the offense with our “naked eye.” Huh?… interesting. I would hope so. Last year’s offense SUCKED! All that and more!
Carson Wentz has been on a mission to knock down each and every narrative against him this season. He can now check off the last one as he leads a depleted Eagles team into his first career playoff appearance.
Pederson and Wentz speak on Carson’s rehab, the team works on their red zone offense.
After trading back up to pick No. 49, the Eagles use their second-round draft selection on TE Dallas Goedert from SDSU.
With the draft nearing closer, we kick off our prospect previews.