As BC was getting gashed by Kansas for yards on the ground it became clear that their defense was not ready for the Jayhawks. There were miscommunications, blown assignments and lack of communication on all three levels of the defense. But you don''t need to tell the players this, they felt it more than anyone after the game.
They have an offense capable of being explosive, much like they were in the second half against the Colts, and a defense that can harass the quarterback and force turnovers, similar to what they did in the win against the Eagles. Yet those highs have been the exception to the start of the season, not the rule. It's not enough to say we're pissed off.
Just when you thought it was safe to be a fucking human—the more dominant of species—something like this happens and reminds us all to never piss off nature. Not the sharpest photo but lucky just to snap it. At a nature park in Alice Springs we decided to go to a bird show the young boy in the green kept pulling his zipper up and down.
The Eagles downput on a fierce fourth quarter come back with 23 unanswered points to defeat the 49ers in San Francisco. The Eagles also have failed to convert on third down which is always a killer. The injury to and loss of Brian Westbrookwho is a huge part of the Eagle offense has also slowed down the offense. The above mentioned items cost them two losses this season when the team failed to score touchdowns in the red zone inside the ten yard line against the Redskins and the Bears.
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The Philadelphia Eagles made a splash Wednesday after trading five picks over the next three years to move up six spots for the No. But it appears not everyone is pleased with the blockbuster trade. The oft-injured quarterback played in 14 games in his first season in Philly last year, throwing for 3, yards with 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly tells Sports Illustrated he hates the hype that surrounds the draft. Chip Kelly is preparing for his second season as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, not that many have been able to delve into the psyche of the former University of Oregon offensive wizard. But in an extended interview with Sports Illustrated's Peter KingKelly expounded on a few topics, including his hatred for the hype surrounding the draft, his apparent even-keel demeanor on the sidelines and even nutrition.
Sometimes the Philadelphia Eagles throw up a historic clunker against the Dallas Cowboys and the football gods shower writers with wonderful headlines. Take Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson who is one member of the Eagles who spoke at length with the media after the beating at the hands of the Cowboys. We couldn't get nothing going. It's pathetic, and I'm part of it.