I've wondered the same thing. I think they do a better job reacting than dictating, if that makes sense. They need to set the tone from the beginning.
I see what you mean, but if they get 9 or 10 wins, they could win the division. So if I were you, I would want them to be competitive.
For part of the game, yes. I think they stick to their defense.
Hard to say -- I think it's a team-friendly deal for a player of that caliber, so I don't think there's buyer's remorse.
Still recovering, but he was running around at practice last week.
Good question. I'd need to look into other trades to know. But that was a good one. He's a dynamic player. ..In my time covering the team, the Ryans trade was a good deal. The Bryce Brown trade has the potential of being a very good deal.
Not at that point, because they had been moving the ball well. If they were struggling, then perhaps.
In terms of value, that was a good one.
It's premature to talk about that, but he'll likely be on the team for at least three seasons.
They need to build off it. I still need to see the status of the Giants' WRs. If Beckham is injured, it changes the game.
He wasn't going to be healthy enough to return to use the designation. That was the reason.
That's a legitimate concern. Two missed extra points in two weeks is bad. I wonder if he lasts the season.
No, I wouldn't play him over Alonso and Kendricks. But no arguing with the pick. They did a good job scouting that one.
I think Murray continues to be the top ball-carrier. And though Chip says that, he discusses it with Duce during the week.
I meant, though Chip says Duce decides, he discusses it with Duce during the week. So it's not like Chip is in the dark.
That's a tough question to answer. He hasn't been in a lot of big games in the NFL, besides Week 17 his rookie year. So I guess time will tell. I think he has the talent. He doesn't have the consistency, though.
It's more nuanced than that -- especially Atlanta. What's to say the Falcons don't drive to score if the Eagles make the field goal there?
The playaction came from the shotgun. When the Eagles were under center, they rushed every time. I think they need to mix that up this week.
Murray and Mathews run the same plays. Sproles plays in certain packages.
I think the two teams are big enough draws, but I really don't know. We'll see what the records look like then.
After the game, he said he was hopeful he could play this week and there was no bone damage. The team is off today. As far as I know, Peters and Johnson came out of the game clean.
I've asked twice, and he's said no. I'd call 2-pt conversions more often based on the math, but that's me. He doesn't think the 2-pt conversions are incentivized.