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Video: Eagles Look to Rebound at Home in Prime Time Game Against the Giants

The Eagles are looking to stay at the top of the NFC East, and Monday night they will play host to one of their biggest rivals in the Giants.

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Doug Pederson “Disgusted” After Awful Loss to the Dolphins Sunday

The Eagles lost 37-31 to the Dolphins on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium. This is the team’s third straight loss, dropping their record to 5-7 with four games left.

Coach Doug Pederson told the SportsRadio 94WIP Morning Show earlier today that he is “disgusted, mad, and angry” about Sunday’s 37-31 loss to the Miami Dolphins, reports.

Pederson admitted that the Dolphins “played harder” than the Eagles, who had a chance to tie the Dallas Cowboys for first place in the NFC East with a win.

Immediately after the game, Pederson cited the team’s inconsistency, penalties, and lack of execution – especially offensively on third down – for the defeat.

Eagles Blow Two TD Lead, Fall in Awful Loss to the Dolphins 37-31

The Eagles had a two touchdown lead against the two-win Dolphins on Sunday, only to give it all up and suffer maybe their biggest loss of the year as they fell to the Dolphins 37-31.

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NFL Week 13 Inactives: Eagles at Dolphins

Here are today’s inactives for the week 13 battle between the Eagles and Dolphins in Miami.


DE Daeshon Hall
OG Nate Herbig
RB Jordan Howard
CB Sidney Jones
DE Shareef Miller
OG Matt Pryor
QB Nate Sudfeld


CB Ken Crawley
LB Trent Harris
S Steven Parker
OT Isaiah Prince
OG Chris Reed
OG Keaton Sutherland
DT Gerald Willis

Video: Eagles Look to Get to .500 as They Head to Miami to Play the Dolphins

The Eagles look to get back to .500 as they head to Florida to take on the 2-9 Miami Dolphins in a NFC-AFC battle on Sunday.

Here’s a video Preview from the NFL.

Eagles RG Brandon Brooks Says He Left Game vs Seattle Due to Anxiety Issues

Eagles right guard Brandon Brooks exited Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks due to anxiety issues according to his Twitter account.

Though the Eagles listed him with an illness upon exiting in the first quarter, Brooks later confirmed on Twitter that his departure was related to a recurrence of his past anxiety issues. “I’ve had this under control for a couple of years and had a setback yesterday,” said Brooks, who has been open about his past panic attacks. His symptoms included vomiting and exhaustion.

Prior to Sunday, Brooks was having the best season of his eight-year NFL career and was rewarded handsomely for it, signing a four-year, $54.2 million extension through 2024 which includes $30 million in guaranteed money on November 11. The 30-year old has started 55 of a potential 57 games since joining the Eagles in 2016 and is the No. 1 rated guard this season according to Pro Football Focus. His exit Sunday should be considered only a temporary setback in his 2019 campaign.

Brooks’ honesty in addressing his mental health is admirable and will hopefully lead to further dialogue on a growing concern affecting many both nation and worldwide. Outside of football, NBA stars Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan have both been vocal proponents of mental health awareness.

Tests on Carson Wentz’s Hand Are Negative, Considered Day-to-Day

Test results on Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz were negative and he is considered day-to-day with a bruised right hand according to Derrick Gunn of NBC Sports Philadelphia.

Wentz is fully expected to practice this week and start versus the Miami Dolphins in Week 13. Plagued by injuries to his receiving corps and offensive line, Wentz struggled mightily in Sunday’s loss to Seattle with two interceptions while averaging a lackluster 5.7 yards per attempt.

And injuries to his surrounding cast cannot be solely blamed for his recent struggles as he has been depressingly inaccurate in what is shaping up to be a disappointing season for everyone in Philly.

Video: Eagles Fall at Home to the Seahawks 17-9 to Drop to 5-6

The Eagles were off all day on offense, and just couldn’t match the Seahawks, taking a home 17-9 loss to Seattle.

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