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Bleeding Green Nation Dec 13, 2018
It’s time for Mike Groh to Mike Go

It’s time for Mike Groh to Mike Go

The case for firing the Eagles’ offensive coordinator... Fourteen weeks into the 2018 NFL Season, the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles have twenty-one first half scoring drives. That puts them in company with noted offensive juggernauts like the Oakland Raiders, Buffalo Bills, and Arizona Cardinals. It’s pathetic and inexcusable. After the resources spent in the ongoing “Weapons for Wentz” push, how is it even possible? How does a team with Zach Ertz, Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor, Dallas Goedert, and now Golden Tate achieve such a low? How does an offense go from scoring...
Bleeding Green Nation Nov 28, 2018
What the film revealed about the Eagles’ comeback over the Giants

What the film revealed about the Eagles’ comeback over the Giants

The Kist & Solak Show #45! It was the comeback that saved the season… for now. How did it happen? Yes, you could point the the New York Giants’ shelving their best weapon in the second half. You could also point to adjustments made by the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles’ defense. Both played roles. But there’s more to it, as is so often the case. The Eagles’ offense adjusted too. Having been challenged to integrate Golden Tate into the plan, the Eagles found a much better balance in the second half. Step one was giving Tate and Nelson Agholor tighter alignments, providing...
Bleeding Green Nation Nov 26, 2018
Snap count analysis: Eagles’ patchwork secondary gets the job done

Snap count analysis: Eagles’ patchwork secondary gets the job done

Playing time tracker. Here’s a breakdown of the snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 25-22 win over the New York Giants in Week 12 of the 2018 NFL season. OFFENSE Save for Brandon Brooks, who missed four snaps, the Eagles’ starting offensive line made it through the entire game. Carson Wentz didn’t miss any time despite getting hit low on the same leg as his surgically repaired knee. Nelson Agholor only had one reception on his 47 snaps played but it was a crucial one as he helped the Eagles convert a fourth down on their final drive. Josh Adams played a...
Bleeding Green Nation Nov 19, 2018
This season hurts

This season hurts

The Eagles have lost the battle of attrition The story of the 2017 Eagles is one of overcoming significant injuries to go on to win the Super Bowl. That team had relatively few injuries, they were just concentrated at key roles. The 11 personnel quintuple of Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor, Torrey Smith and Zach Ertz missed all of 2 games, both by Ertz. The loss of Darren Sproles hurt, but LeGarrette Blount, Corey Clement and Jay Ajayi missed only one game, and that was Ajayi being rested in Week 17. Seven defensive starters played in every meaningful game, two missed one game, and one...
Bleeding Green Nation Nov 19, 2018
Eagles vs. Saints snap count analysis: Philadelphia’s secondary ravaged by injuries

Eagles vs. Saints snap count analysis: Philadelphia’s secondary ravaged by injuries

Playing time tracker. Here’s a breakdown of the snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 48-7 loss to the New Orleans Saints in Week 11 of the 2018 NFL season. OFFENSE Lane Johnson played 100% of the Eagles’ snaps despite playing through a high ankle sprain and an MCL sprain. Alshon Jeffery, Zach Ertz, and Nelson Agholor were the skill players with the most playing time. They combined for 48 yards on six receptions. Jeffery had four for 33, Ertz had two for 15, and Agholor had a goose egg. Stefen Wisniewski had to come in to play center with Jason Kelce suffering an...

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