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Mailbag: Kirk Cousins and the Vikings are a good measuring stick for the Eagles – PhillyVoice
Question from Zach: Kirk Cousins is 10-17 at prime time games. The Eagles should be happy to have him on the MNF. Do you think there is such a trend on him or is it just a coincidence with the team and those matchups? … I don’t think the primetime record says much. I don’t think he plays poorly because it’s night time or because it’s a national audience or something. But I think his 10-43 record against teams that finished the season with a winning record says something about him. Or maybe it says something about the teams he faces. If you beat Kirk Cousins, congratulations, you beat a guy who usually owns bad teams. If you lose to him, you might not be that great. Monday night should be a good opening barometer for what the Eagles are up to.
Are Kirk Cousins really better than Jalen Hirts? The real question is price – Asker
Do you have the maximum number of cousins at $31 million or the maximum number of hearts at $2 million? If the answer isn’t clear now, it should be by the end of Monday night. The Cousins would have won two straight regular season games against the Eagles, but the last time these two teams faced each other in the playoffs, the Vikings were quarterbacked by Case Keenum. Cousins are the epitome of quarterbacks who are good enough to keep you competitive but not enough to get you on top. The pain may very well be in a single orbit. Right now, though, that’s $30 million cheaper. We’ll see how it sums up on Monday night.
Eagles-Vikings game preview: Week 2 with the enemy 5 questions and answers – BGN
The biggest weakness with the Vikings right now is definitely the run defense. Lost in the excitement of Sunday’s win was the fact that the Packers were completely dodging Minnesota to the tune of 6.2 yards/carry in the run game, and Green Bay’s only touchdown drive of the day saw a heavy dose of the run game. Bring them to the last zone. The Vikings brought in a lot of players in Harrison Phillips and Jordan Hicks (among others) over the past few seasons to try to shore up a formidable run defense, but in Week 1 it certainly didn’t look like a whole lot changed. Gone. With the success of the Eagles running the ball against Detroit, I would fully expect that until the Vikings show they can at least slow it down.
Over the Nest with Raichelle #58: Gabe Henderson joins Eagles-Vikings to preview Week 2 – BGN Radio
Raichelle Privet is joined by on-air talent for the Minnesota Vikings, Gabe Henderson. The two discuss the Vikings’ weaknesses, Justin Jefferson and how the Vikings will try to stop Jalen Hurts in a race to the rescue.
How the NFL’s Draft’s Decision on Jalen Rigor and Justin Jefferson Set the Vikings, Eagles on Different Courses – ESPN
Meanwhile, the Vikings continued to enjoy the financial benefits of ousting Jefferson when they did. His rookie contract doesn’t qualify for an extension until later this season, allowing him to comfortably fit Thielen’s $14.3 million salary under his salary range. In fact, the Vikings will pay out $20.6 million to their entire receiving corps in 2022, with the Eagles paying the Browns alone ($24.5 million). A single draft decision put the two franchises on wildly different paths toward the same result. Both the Vikings and Eagles can boast of a strong group of pass-catchers that will help them compete in NFC. The Eagles’ path was more difficult and costly, the result of a draft mistake that helped shape their next two off-seasons – and counting.
In Rube’s Comments: The Biggest Concern Over Defense – NBCSP
5. The Eagles need to take Quiz Watkins off kick return and Brit Covey will need to handle him as well as punt return. Watkins is quicker than Covey, but he doesn’t really feel comfortable making a comeback, and we saw it in the opener. This is not his strength. Covey is the right decision maker every time and maximizes the potential of every game. And he’s pretty fast. Quiz not fast, but he scored 4.43 in Utah’s Pro Day. Covey didn’t return a ton of kicks in college – just 33. But in his last two years he averaged 29.6 yards per return with TD, the sixth-highest in a BCS during that period. He’s ready, confident, easygoing and has a little swagger. No doubt he can handle both.
Eagles cheerleaders take the sport to new horizons – PE.com
In June, the Philadelphia Eagles became the first NFL team to be granted marketing rights in Africa through the NFL’s International Home Marketing Regions initiative. To celebrate this, the Eagles sent a delegation that included cheerleaders Gabriella Braine and Taylor Everett to participate in NFL Africa: The Touchdown, a week-long celebration that marks the NFL’s first official events in Africa. Is. As part of this strategic plan by the NFL to find talented players around the world, these events included a talent identification camp, a fan event, and a flag football clinic. With more NFL players coming via the international route, including over 100 of African descent, this program is a step in the right direction in finding easier paths for those international players to find their way into the league.
what are the odds? Washington opens as home underdog for Philadelphia Eagles – Hogs Heaven
The Washington Commanders began their 2022–23 season with a home game win against the Jacksonville Jaguars. They lost their first away game yesterday to the Detroit Lions. Washington Road opened as the underdog, but the line slowly became a bit of a favorite for them by the time kickoff took place. This week they host the Philadelphia Eagles, and they’re already underdogs. The Eagles beat the Lions 38-35 in Week 1 in Detroit and have a home game tonight against Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings. If they win, expect this line to move even further in their direction as huge money is expected to go their way. Philly also travels well at FedEx Field, so expect copious amounts of green in the stands.
10 thoughts on Cowboys 20-17 Wins over Bengals – Blogging The Boys
9. Another return from Cooper. The coaching staff believes in their backup quarterback, even if some fans don’t. Last season, Rush returned from a win against the Minnesota Vikings. He followed up with a double performance against the Bengals on Sunday as he went 3/3 for 30 yards on the final drive and set up a game-winning field goal. Rush finished the game just 19/31 for 235 yards, with one touchdown and no selection. It wasn’t always pretty for seasoned backups, but Rush stood out when it counted.
Giants-Panthers ‘Things I Feel’: Giants give the ‘Rock Up’ crowd something to please – Big Blue View
Leading up to Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, the New York Giants — most notably defensive coordinator Vink Martindale — inspired Giants fans to bring energy to MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Fans of the towel-waving Giants did not disappoint as the Giants opened a rare three-game home stand by defeating the Panthers 19-16 2-0 for the first time in six years. The stadium wasn’t full and there was an undercurrent of unease behind the clash of offense and the Giants in the third quarter, but for the most part it was an energetic, enthusiastic crowd encouraging the Giants to give something to believe in afterward. Was. A five-point loss season and one playoff berth in a row since 2011. There was energy throughout the day. When Julian Love sacked Baker Mayfield with a 2:06 to force Carolina Punt to play and the Giants took the lead, the stadium shook like it hadn’t in a long time. “When that third-down sack happened, it was crazy. The crowd was crazy,” said veteran defensive tackle Justin Ellis, a first-year giant. “And I was like, This is New York, you know? So at the end of the game, when we found out it was over, I hugged Coach Wink and said, Man, did you see? And we talked about it. It was so wonderful.”
2022 NFL Season, Week 2: What We Learned from Sunday’s Games – NFL.com
The Giants Led By Brian Dabol Are…Funny? New York’s new regime has breathed new life into the organization, and even though the team’s talent level is not yet where the club wants it, the Giants certainly play with passion. New York forced two turnovers, including a fumble on the opening kickoff, and caused a lot of problems for Mayfield and the Panthers with a combination of creative blitz and timely play on the ball all afternoon. Carolina was clearly disappointed by the Giants by the end of the game, and Matt Roulette’s decision to punt just outside the two-minute warning ended as a small gesture of surrender, even though the logic made sense in the moment. . The reason, of course: The Giants refused to give the ball back, ending the game on a strong note with a hard-fought victory. These giants may look different a year from now, but they’re already playing like they’re supposed to – and New York is ready to embrace them.
Jacksonville Jaguars dominate Indianapolis Colts in 24-0 shutout win – Big Cat Country
The victory over the Colts also marks Doug Pedersen’s first win in his tenure as head coach of the Jaguars.
Winners and Losers of NFL Week 2 – The Ringer
Loser: Indianapolis Colts, owned by Jacksonville. If you’re a fan of the Indianapolis Colts, you don’t believe in the classical version of hell, which features devils with horns of fire and brimstone and pointed tails and pitchforks. Your hell is a lot more real, and perhaps more terrifying: It’s the Jacksonville, Florida, home of TIAA Banks Field and the forever pathetic Jacksonville Jaguars, a franchise that has a strange connection to hell. The Colts have lost eight games in a row at Jacksonville. eight. eight! The last time the Colts defeated the Jaguars in Jacksonville was on September 21, 2014, with the Jaguars running a disappointing 37–91 with only one winning season; 21.6 percent of their total wins in that time frame are against the Colts in Jacksonville. Last year, Indianapolis needed only one win at Jacksonville to make the playoffs—and they lost, 26–11, ending their season.
Tom Brady looked sad before, during and after beating Saints – SB Nation
The video surfaced on Sunday morning. It showed veteran quarterback Tom Brady making his way into the visitors’ locker room in the depths of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Carrying a camouflage-print bag and plugged in his headphones, Brady was getting ready to start another NFL Sunday. And he looked sad.
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