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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Could Tyrod Taylor have been an Eagle?
Had things gone differently last offseason, perhaps Taylor would have wound up as the starting quarterback in Philadelphia. Why didn't it work out? NFL rumors roundup
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."
Cincinnati's unblemished record is no fluke, the Dolphins can only get messier if they fire their coach, and what is going on with all the kickers this season?
Sam Bradford is a good investment for the stretch run of the fantasy football season. KC Joyner takes a look at what fantasy owners should learn from Week 4.
ESPN NFL Insider Louis Riddick declares that Ryan Mathews is better than DeMarco Murray, that the Falcons are the blueprint for team building and that the Dolphins' defense is easy for any QB to read.
ESPN 1000 in Chicago's Tom Waddle comments on Matt Forte's future with the Bears, DeMarco Murray's fit with the Eagles, the demise of the Dolphins and the quick turnaround for the Falcons.
When it is all going right, the Eagles are tough to beat. But when it is all going wrong, it looks a lot like it has for the first quarter of 2015.
Sam Bradford stretched the field
The quarterback had his best game in a Philadelphia uniform, throwing for 269 yards and three touchdowns. His ability to connect down the field led to a big fantasy day. Fantasy winners and losers
Caleb Sturgis had to prepare for a hurricane in his first week as the Philadelphia Eagles' kicker. What he got was much worse.
Bradford finds his deep ball
Despite losing to the Redskins, the Eagles saw a glimmer of hope in Week 4. Sam Bradford was finally able to stretch the field, completing touchdown passes of 62 and 39 yards. Week 4 game balls
"I think everyone's a little frustrated right now," Eagles QB Sam Bradford said. "This is not where we wanted or expected to be after Week 4."
Murray's touches significantly down
DeMarco Murray has 40 touches in three games, just over 13 per game. That's less than half what he averaged last season when his 28 offensive touches per game were nearly five more than any other player.
After Sunday's 23-20 loss to Washington dropped the Eagles to 1-3, running back DeMarco Murray was asked if he's getting the ball enough, to which he replied, "I don't think I am."
D. Murray: Not getting enough touches
Eagles RB DeMarco Murray has 29 carries for 47 yards after four games, and the 2014 rushing champ isn't satisfied with his involvement in the offense to this point. When asked if he's getting enough touches, Murray said, "No, I'm not, I don't think I am."
The Washington Redskins take on Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4 NFL action.
Washington's come-from-behind 23-20 victory turned a bad performance into a bad loss for the Eagles on Sunday.
Eagles vs Saints
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