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Time for Carson Wentz to get the Dallas Monkey Off his Back

When it comes to NFC East opponents Carson Wentz and the Eagles have had their difficulties but in the end walks out with the win. Carson has won every game against the Giants with his only loss being his first game against the Giants his rookie Year. Since then he’s won 5 straight. Wentz has also won 5 straight against Washington as well with this past Sunday’s win to keep them in the NFC East divisional title hopes. However when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys, this is the opponent that they can’t shake


Miles Sanders 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Miles Sanders has been one of the most discussed rookies in 2019 and is looking primed to have a really productive rookie season for the Philadelphia Eagles. Sanders attented Penn State University and really only got one season to show off his skills. Playing behind a generational talent in Saquon Barkley did not help him get a lot of exposure in college, but when he did play he was very good. As a Junior Sanders rushed the ball 220 times for 1,274 yards averaging 5.8 yards per attempt and 9 rushing touchdowns. Sanders also caught 24 passes for 139 yards receiving…

What Safeties will Make the Eagles Final Roster

The Philadelphia Eagles enter their 2019 training camp with seven safeties on the current roster. Those seven safeties are Malcolm Jenkins, Rodney McLeod, Tre Sullivan, Blake Countess, Andrew Sendejo, Deiondre’ Hall, and Trae Elston. Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod are absolute locks to make the Eagles final 53-man roster when the season starts on September 8th. The Eagles will most likely carry four safeties during the season to give the team depth at the position in case of injury. The question going into camp is which if the remaining five safeties will grab the last two safety spots on the roster. It will be a great camp battle between Blake Countess, Tre Sullivan, Deiondre’ Hall, Trae Elston, and veteran safety Andrew Sendejo…

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