Following the Arizona Cardinals loss in Week 4, the New England Patriots are the new favorites to win the Super Bowl according to FPI.
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Whether the Philadelphia Eagles offense or defense is to blame, the team's time-of-possession discrepancy is affecting the its performance.
Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson is hurting, but plans to play when the Eagles face the Saints on Sunday.
Is Philadelphia underrated this week?
The Eagles checked in at No. 22 in this week's set of Power Rankings. But does that ranking overlook an improving defense? Which teams were overrated, underrated this week (Insider)
Injuries are affecting the Eagles' defense as much as its inability to get off the field.
The Eagles are sitting at No. 22 in the newest edition of the rankings. But things could be worse.
Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer
Three of the Eagles' five starting offensive linemen are missing Tuesday's practice: LT Jason Peters (quad), RT Lane Johnson and RG Allen Barbre (unknown) are all question marks for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Sam Bradford's final stats for 2015 project to be above average, but the Eagles must decide if that will be worthy of a hefty contract extension.
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Chip Kelly thinks his players are good enough and his schemes are sound, it's just a matter of a few mistakes holding back the Eagles.
Chip Kelly's offseason moves left the Eagles with little O-line depth. Four games into the season, that depth has been stretched dangerously thin.
The grass isn't always greener
It's hard to imagine a player looking as drastically different from one year to the next as DeMarco Murray has from 2014 to 2015. ESPN Stats & Info illustrates his precipitous decline.
Chip Kelly doesn't think DeMarco Murray is getting the ball enough, either. The problem, Kelly said, is that the offense isn't converting third downs.
A week after holding tryouts to replace injured Cody Parkey, Eagles coach Chip Kelly doesn't plan to go through the process again.
Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer
Chip Kelly says he will not change kickers after Caleb Sturgis missed two kicks in a 3-point loss at Washington. Reason: There just aren't any worthwhile kickers available.
Stugotz says the Falcons will go 16-0, says Charlie Strong should be given time at Texas plus Amin Elhassan & Adam Schefter on Joe Philbin being fired by the Dolphins.
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Chip Kelly responds to DeMarco Murray
Responding to Murray's comments Sunday that he's not getting enough touches, Kelly told 94-WIP Philadelphia: "Everyone needs the ball more. I've got no issue with that. We need to play more on offense. That's the bottom line. We're getting off the field on third down and most of the time when we're off the field on third down it's our fault. ... We're doing it to ourselves."
Eagles vs Saints
Lincoln Financial Field - Sun 10/11