Jeremy Maclin is invisible (GIFs)

July 15, 2014

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Full-blown Maclin-skepticism post to come, probably at Bleeding Geen Nation. Follow @ByAJRodriguez on Twitter so you don’t miss it. One of the points in the post will be that an inordinate amount of his TD production has come from being ignored:

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Rookie Expectations for Jordan Matthews: A Historical Perspective on 2nd-Round Receivers

May 20, 2014

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By Allen Rodriguez Much of the intrigue surrounding any new draft class revolves around the mystery of how good the players will turn out to be. The Eagles seem very high on Jordan Matthews, and GJ Kinne has told us he’s special. Recently, Tommy Lawlor and Brent Cohen both speculated about what type of impact […]

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Evaluating the Eagles’ Draft Trades

May 15, 2014

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By Allen Roriguez — Follow this blog on Twitter The Eagles made the purely pick-for-picks trades (no players involved) on draft day. Using Football Perspective’s draft pick value calculator (FP) and the classic Jimmy Johnson value calculator (JJ), let’s see how the Eagles did. Trade #1: PHI trades #22 to CLE for #26 and #83 […]

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Undrafted Underclassmen

May 14, 2014

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By Allen Rodriguez Follow this blog on Twitter A lot has been made about the number of underclassmen who entered this year’s draft, and recently, much of the talk has been about the number of these prospects who went undrafted. So what’s going on? If every underclassman went drafted, no one would suggest there was […]

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In-depth Carey Spear Breakdown: Can he kick Alex Henery out of town?

May 13, 2014

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By Allen Rodriguez (follow this blog on Twitter) After Alex Henery’s lackluster 2013 season, it had been assumed the Eagles would open his roster spot up for competition. GM Howie Roseman implied this at the end of the season by responding to a question about the team’s future at the kicker position by saying “I […]

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Prospects Oregon Offered Scholarships under Chip Kelly

April 14, 2014

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Chip Kelly was the head coach of the Oregon Ducks from 2009 to 2012. With most of this year’s draft class being recruited to college teams during those years, how many members of this year’s draft class were made offers by Oregon?[1] We already know the Eagles have a history of drafting lots of highly […]

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QB Velocity Rankings: Nick Foles has an objectively strong arm

March 3, 2014

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Arm strength for NFL quarterbacks is typically a relatively subjective assessment. Without hard data, it’s tough to say definitively who has strong arms and who doesn’t. Personally, I’ve always wondered why they don’t have QBs do a long distance toss or throw for a radar gun at the combine. Perhaps they fear it would hurt […]

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