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[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 17:19:56 EST from rss

Subject: Eagles 360: Episode 36

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On this episode of Eagles 360, Dave Spadaro goes one-on-one with Doug Pederson while Chris McPherson and Glen Macnow bring you the latest analysis of the team while they stay out west.

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/videos/videos/Eagles-360-Episode-36/e6a0aafa-0bbe-49b2-bbc0-27ad936c460b

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 23:23:45 EST from rss

Subject: Power-ranking the Eagles' TD celebrations in 2017

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Everyone is having fun in the end zone thanks to the NFL's now relaxed end zone rules, but no one has done it better this season than the Philadelphia Eagles. Dan hanzus ranks his favorite Eagles celebrations this season.



[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 19:45:00 EST from "rss" <rank Reich>

Subject: Press Pass: Frank Reich

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Offensive coordinator Frank Reich meets with the media to discuss the Eagles' offensive performance against Seattle, as well as looks towards Sunday's game against the Rams.

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/videos/videos/Press-Pass-Frank-Reich/de2849ca-a0e0-4f2a-9496-71d01f82a30d

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 19:40:00 EST from rss

Subject: Press Pass: Jim Schwartz

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Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz meets with the media to talk about the state of the Eagles' defense.

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/videos/videos/Press-Pass-Jim-Schwartz/830da57a-8a74-4fcc-a059-cbd10d5315d8

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 01:24:19 EST from rss

Subject: Neil deGrasse Tyson has takes on Seahawks' lateral

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One of the most controversial plays in the NFL weekend came during Russell Wilson's lateral to Mike Davis on Sunday. Was it a lateral or a forward pass? Neil deGrasse Tyson weighed in on the issue.



[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 20:40:36 EST from rss

Subject: Defense Has Its Hands Full Vs. Rams

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COSTA MESA, Calif. – Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff is not Russell Wilson, so he’s not going to challenge the Eagles with a whirling dervish act, as Wilson did on Sunday night in Seattle...

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/news/article-1/Defense-Has-Its-Hands-Full-Vs-Rams/f576cb32-dfde-483e-8284-fa8a0f415f1d

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 21:12:00 EST from rss

Subject: Offense Looks To Regain Its Big-Scoring Ways

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COSTA MESA, Calif. – Wade Phillips has a track record. A darn impressive one, actually. The 70-year-old Rams defensive coordinator has been a head coach or a coordinator for nine teams and has coa...

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/news/article-1/Offense-Looks-To-Regain-Its-Big-Scoring-Ways/8ffe44c2-60fc-42c6-b2b2-ce42df5677e3

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 21:30:00 EST from rss

Subject: 'We're A Really Good 10-2 Team'

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COSTA MESA, Calif. – Creatures of habit, Eagles players are not in any kind of familiar environment living in California through Sunday, but they are trying to keep the day-to-day operation the same as every other week. It’s a challenge, defensive end Brandon Graham admits. That’s why he brought his wife and daughter out to California just to keep things as normal as possible ...

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/news/dave-spadaro/article-1/Were-A-Really-Good-10-2-Team/71d6c174-2f03-499d-80c3-f32e344cbae1

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 19:45:00 EST from "rss" <rank Reich>

Subject: Press Pass: Frank Reich

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Offensive coordinator Frank Reich meets with the media to discuss the Eagles' offensive performance against Seattle, as well as looks towards Sunday's game against the Rams.

http://prod.www.eagles.clubs.nfl.com/videos/videos/Press-Pass-Frank-Reich/de2849ca-a0e0-4f2a-9496-71d01f82a30d

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 19:40:00 EST from rss

Subject: Press Pass: Jim Schwartz

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Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz meets with the media to talk about the state of the Eagles' defense.

http://prod.www.eagles.clubs.nfl.com/videos/videos/Press-Pass-Jim-Schwartz/830da57a-8a74-4fcc-a059-cbd10d5315d8

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 17:19:56 EST from rss

Subject: Eagles 360: Episode 36

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On this episode of Eagles 360, Dave Spadaro goes one-on-one with Doug Pederson while Chris McPherson and Glen Macnow bring you the latest analysis of the team while they stay out west.

http://prod.www.eagles.clubs.nfl.com/videos/videos/Eagles-360-Episode-36/e6a0aafa-0bbe-49b2-bbc0-27ad936c460b

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 08:00:00 EST from rss

Subject: Doug Pederson One-On-One From LA

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Doug Pederson joins Dave Spadaro to address the mistakes made versus the Seahakws but make a point that the team is ready for a comeback game on Sunday against the Rams.

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/videos/videos/Doug-Pederson-One-On-One-From-LA/6d50c6b8-1738-441c-a42a-eae23afbfe47

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 09:20:34 EST from rss

Subject: Eagles Update: Day Two In LA

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Hear from Jim Schwartz as he shares his take on the Eagles' defensive performance against the Seahawks and also hear from Brandon Graham on how he is trying to keep to his normal schedule while out in LA.

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/videos/videos/Eagles-Update-Day-Two-In-LA/ea1b10ce-3125-4d46-9486-72e40b068b14

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 10:47:27 EST from rss

Subject: Eagles have several assistants who could be in line for head coaching jobs

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Who will be leaving the Eagles?

Each Wednesday, the SB Nation NFL team sites explore a special theme. This week's theme is: “Who is the assistant coach on your team most likely to become a future head coach?

As mentioned yesterday, the Philadelphia Eagles have several assistants who could go on to become head coaches as soon as this offseason. Losing good assistants is the “downside” to having success in the NFL.

JIM SCHWARTZ

The Eagles’ defensive coordinator was asked about the possibility of becoming a head coach again during his press conference on Tuesday. His response:

I'll pass on that question. We have enough to get ready for the Rams, and I think it does nobody any good to mention that. There is really no right way to answer that. If you answer it and say, ‘Yes,’ then your eyes are on the wrong thing. You answer it and say, ‘No,’ then people -- it's just not the right time or place to talk about that stuff. We have our hands full with the No. 1 scoring offense in the NFL this week.

Allow me to replace Schwartz’s non-answer with the likely truth: Yes, he does want to be a head coach again.

There are few coaches who wouldn’t want to have one of the 32 most coveted jobs in a given year. My understanding is that Schwartz, who has an alpha personality, would not pass on a head coaching opportunity.

We all know that Schwartz’s first stint as a head coach didn’t go so great. He finished 29-51 in 80 games with the Lions before getting fired. There’s thought that Schwartz might be one of the many coaches in the NFL who are better suited as coordinators.

Some team out there might be willing to take another chance on Schwartz, however. The success of the Eagles’ defense will surely draw attention. Philadelphia ranks third overall in defensive DVOA, third in opponent yards per play, and sixth in opponent points per game.

I think some teams out there might want to see more from Schwartz before hiring him to lead their team. I don’t know that he’s the likeliest candidate to move on this offseason.

FRANK REICH

The Eagles’ offensive coordinator is in a weird spot. From the outside looking in, no one is very sure exactly what he does. Head coach Doug Pederson handles the play-calling. Quarterback coach John DeFilippo works with Carson Wentz. So what exactly does Reich do?

While we might not know the specifics, we do know he’s contributed to an offense that leads the NFL in scoring.

Reich has previous experience as a play-caller (with the Chargers) and he’s received some head coaching buzz in the past. The Buffalo Bills reportedly interviewed him for their vacancy last offseason.

I don’t know that Reich would be considered the hottest name out there, but he could draw some attention.

JOHN DEFILIPPO

DeFilippo, aka Flip, might be the most likely future head coach candidate on the Eagles’ coaching staff.

Flip’s work with Wentz has drawn a lot of attention. Wentz is already an MVP candidate in just his second year.

The New York Jets had interesting in hiring Flip as their offensive coordinator following the 2016 season. But Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie ultimately blocked the move, which is the team’s right.

The Eagles can’t block Flip from interviewing as a head coach, however. And given the success of potential Coach of the Year candidate Sean McVay, who is only 31 years old, teams might be less hesistant about hiring a younger head coach such as the 39-year-old DeFilippo.

If a team was smart, they’d try to hire Joe Douglas as general manager and then Flip as their head coach. Those two people have made significant contributions to Philadelphia’s success in 2017.

DAVE FIPP

Fipp’s more of a long-shot candidate, in my view. There’s no question he’s done great work with the Eagles’ special teams unit. But NFL teams haven’t been rushing out to hire special teams coordinators lately. And even if that did begin to happen, you’d think Cheifs assistant Dave Toub would be the first guy to get that opportunity. Known as one of the league’s best ST coordinator, Toub has received a number of head coaching interviews over the years. I think Fipp’s time could come eventually, but not any time too soon.

VERDICT

The Eagles could stand to lose a number of assistants this offseason. I think Flip could be the most likely to get a job elsewhere. If Reich gets hired somewhere, however, maybe Flip would be content with being promoted to offensive coordinator in Philly.

If Schwartz leaves, I’d keep an eye on what happens with interim Giants head coach Steve Spagnuolo. The Eagles reportedly wanted to hire Spags shortly after Pederson was hired in Philly last year.

The upcoming change expected this offseason is all the more reason for the Eagles to make the most of what they have going right at now. At 10-2, the Eagles still have a chance to make a run deep into the post-season.





[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 12:52:00 EST from rss

Subject: Eagle Eye: The Empty Set And The Galilean Transformation

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The theme from Sunday’s loss against Seattle was certainly missed opportunities. Defensively, I wouldn’t say there was one direct theme that led to the unit allowing the most points in a game sinc...

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/news/article-1/Eagle-Eye-The-Empty-Set-And-The-Galilean-Transformation/87f470b0-3046-47ce-b38e-15ed6db78b72

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 11:37:01 EST from rss

Subject: Press Pass: Brandon Graham

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Defensive end Brandon Graham breaks down some mistakes from last sunday's game but remains confident that he and the rest of the team have moved past Seattle and are focused on getting a win this Sunday.

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/videos/videos/Press-Pass-Brandon-Graham/8eb6a53d-f64a-478d-90ed-3e032d7b2512

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 13:56:52 EST from rss

Subject: Eagles Active In California Community

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Yesterday afternoon, some of the #Eagles spent their day off with @habitatoc, building homes in Santa Ana. pic.twitter.com/kB8SfwJ0BV — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 5, 2017 COSTA MESA,...

http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/news/article-1/Eagles-Active-In-California-Community/1e383693-fa2d-4ed0-bd20-3b25548f8dda

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 13:56:52 EST from rss

Subject: Eagles Active In California Community

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Yesterday afternoon, some of the #Eagles spent their day off with @habitatoc, building homes in Santa Ana. pic.twitter.com/kB8SfwJ0BV — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 5, 2017 COSTA MESA,...

http://prod.www.eagles.clubs.nfl.com/news/article-1/Eagles-Active-In-California-Community/1e383693-fa2d-4ed0-bd20-3b25548f8dda

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 12:52:00 EST from rss

Subject: Eagle Eye: The Empty Set And The Galilean Transformation

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The theme from Sunday’s loss against Seattle was certainly missed opportunities. Defensively, I wouldn’t say there was one direct theme that led to the unit allowing the most points in a game sinc...

http://prod.www.eagles.clubs.nfl.com/news/article-1/Eagle-Eye-The-Empty-Set-And-The-Galilean-Transformation/87f470b0-3046-47ce-b38e-15ed6db78b72

[#] Tue Dec 05 2017 21:30:00 EST from rss

Subject: 'We're A Really Good 10-2 Team'

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COSTA MESA, Calif. – Creatures of habit, Eagles players are not in any kind of familiar environment living in California through Sunday, but they are trying to keep the day-to-day operation the same as every other week. It’s a challenge, defensive end Brandon Graham admits. That’s why he brought his wife and daughter out to California just to keep things as normal as possible ...

http://prod.www.eagles.clubs.nfl.com/news/dave-spadaro/article-1/Were-A-Really-Good-10-2-Team/71d6c174-2f03-499d-80c3-f32e344cbae1

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