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How are the Eagles handling the banner reveal and the high powers Atlanta Falcons all in one day ?

— SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS (@TheEaglesReview) September 2, 2018
Dave Spadaro: It’s going to be a challenge, but the Eagles have to take the energy from the stadium and harness it and maintain it for 60 minutes. I like what running back Jay Ajayi said the other day when he talked about the emotion. He said the team that plays the most sound football in the second half of the game will win it. Emotions are going to be high for both teams. There’s going to be a “feeling-out” period for a bit because, let’s face it, neither team looked particularly good in the preseason and the starters didn’t get much time together. I think the Eagles and Falcons will play a competitive first half and then we’ll see what happens in the second half.

I don’t expect a repeat of 2003 when the Eagles opened Lincoln Financial Field and Sylvester Stallone made an appearance and then the team played a lousy game in a 17-0 loss to Tampa Bay. I think this Eagles team is ready to handle the emotions.

Fran Duffy: That’s a loaded question and one that all the best coaches find ways to answer. Emotion is hard to avoid in football, but the best teams can avoid riding the waves that come with the highs and lows of a given season. Focusing on the details, honing in on one game at a time, and shutting out all of the surrounding noise all sound like clichés, but they are all very relevant when it comes to staying focused in situations like this. I think Doug Pederson will have his team ready to do all of the above on Thursday night.

Chris McPherson: I think back to Doug Pederson’s press conference on Sunday when he was animated with the media about the Nick Foles report. That to me set the tone for the week. It’s back to business. The players asked to remove the Super Bowl sign from the locker room. They were tired in the summer of talking about the championship. They’ve talked all offseason about being the hunted and embracing that. I think Pederson prepared his team for the emotional aspect as much as he could. I love what Foles said about strictly being focused on the game and not worrying about seeing the banner being revealed. Defensive end Brandon Graham admits he’ll take pride in seeing it, but the taste of winning one makes him want to get another.
When it comes to the X’s and O’s, Fran has that aspect covered in his Eagle Eye series. The question now is what new wrinkles have the Eagles been working on behind the scenes now that practices aren’t open to the media? I can’t wait to find out.

Does replacing Kendricks (who had a solid season) with Kamu get balanced out by the return of Hicks? Worried about getting killed over the middle by Freeman and the slot

— grayson (@grsnphl) September 2, 2018
Fran Duffy: First, keep in mind that the Eagles will only play with three linebackers on the field for about 30 percent of the snaps, if that, in any given game. Kendricks did have a solid season last year, especially after Hicks’ injury, but with his cap number being what it was, it made sense to move on. Kamu Grugier-Hill, who was named a captain this week for his work on special teams, is a better athlete than Kendricks and offers more in the third phase of the game. Nathan Gerry is another player who has made big strides throughout his young career as a converted college safety. I’m excited to see what both Grugier-Hill and Gerry bring to Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday night.

Dave Spadaro: Having Jordan Hicks on the field means everything to the defense. That said, losing Nigel Bradham hurts a whole lot more than having Mychal Kendricks gone. The Eagles will go with a lot of two-linebacker personnel groupings, using Malcolm Jenkins as a quasi-linebacker and inserting Corey Graham into a safety spot. It’s fair to worry about the Atlanta passing game involving the running backs. This is an outstanding screen team. Atlanta brings a lot of weapons to the table for this game. The Eagles have to stop the run and put quarterback Matt Ryan in third-and-long situations and then get after him, as they did in the NFC Divisional Round last season. I look forward to seeing Grugier-Hill in action. He had a strong preseason. I’m just not sure how much playing time he’ll actually have. As for Hicks, he knocked off some rust in the preseason, but I’m not sure he’s all the way to where he was before the injury. Only the regular season and his performance can answer that.

Chris McPherson: All preseason long, the depth in the secondary was in the spotlight. Why not use that to their advantage? I wouldn’t be surprised to see the dime (six defensive backs) personnel mixed in against the Falcons because of Jenkins’ versatility. I truly believe that even though is a two-time Pro Bowl selection, Jenkins is vastly underrated. Either that or the big nickel with Graham in and Jenkins can play the slot if needed.
How prominent will the RPO be used?

— JackFritzadelphia Is Legendary (@jackfritzfans) September 2, 2018
Chris McPherson: Defensive coordinators around the league have had the offseason to see what they can come up with to slow down the RPO game. Well, I think this is the Eagles’ chance to see what they’re going to do to stay ahead of the curve. The Eagles lost some quality coaches in the offseason in Frank Reich (Colts head coach) and John DeFilippo (Vikings offensive coordinator), but don’t dismiss what new offensive coordinator Mike Groh and new quarterback coach Press Taylor bring to the table. And, of course, this is still orchestrated by Coach Pederson. Foles talked about getting into a rhythm, a zone the other day. The RPO and a strong run game are good ways to help ease him into the game. The Falcons’ defense is fast and aggressive up front, much like the Eagles’ unit. Use that against them.

Dave Spadaro: A ton. That’s what works for this offense and for quarterback Nick Foles. I think the offense wants to establish the running game and grind it out against Atlanta, but the Eagles want to keep the Falcons off balance and using the RPO-based attack is a good way to do it.

Fran Duffy: The RPO will always be a part of what Doug Pederson and his coaching staff use to attack defenses, it would be crazy for it not to be. In some games, like the Super Bowl, it won’t be a major part of the game plan. In others, like against Atlanta in the Divisional Round, it will be. Just like any other aspect of the offense, Pederson and his staff will mix it in on a week-to-week basis, as both Nick Foles and Carson Wentz have shown the ability to succeed running those schemes.

What time does H lot open??? Lol

— Mike McVeigh (@upper_darby_boy) September 3, 2018

Chris McPherson: Surprised you’re not there already.

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An eight-game winning streak. A 9-1 record overall. The Eagles are four games ahead in the NFC East. What does it all mean? The numbers tell the story today in the wake of Sunday night’s blowout win at Dallas …


Philadelphia owns the best record (9-1) in the NFL this season. The Eagles have started 9-1 for just the fifth time in franchise history (tied for their best start all-time through 10 games), having previously done so in 2004, 1980, 1960 and 1949.

Philadelphia has started at least 4-1 on the road for the first time since 2013 (also 4-1).

Philadelphia has won 11 of its last 12 games (dating back to Week 16 of 2016), which is the club’s best stretch over any 12-game span since 9/26/04-12/19/04 (also 11-1).

Philadelphia has won 8 consecutive games, which is tied with New Orleans for the longest active winning streak in the NFL and is the club’s longest winning streak since 12/27/03-10/31/04 (also 8). The last time the Eagles won 8+ straight games in a single season was in 2003 (9 games, 10/19/03-12/15/03).

Philadelphia has won 9 consecutive games vs. NFC teams (dating back to Week 16 of 2016), which is the club’s longest winning streak against conference opponents since 12/27/03-12/19/04 (12 games). The Eagles have started the season 7-0 vs. NFC teams for the first time since 2004 (11 games).

Philadelphia has won 6 consecutive games vs. NFC East teams (dating back to Week 16 of 2016), which is the club’s longest winning streak against division opponents since 10/16/11-9/30/12 (also 6). The last time the Eagles started 4-0 in the NFC East was in 2004 (finished 6-0).

Philadelphia has won 5 of its last 8 games vs. Dallas (dating back to 12/29/13). The Eagles have improved to 6-4 all-time at AT&T Stadium (including playoffs), winning 4 of their last 5 games at the venue.

Philadelphia leads the NFL with 320 points, which are the most through 10 games in franchise history.

Philadelphia has scored 30+ points in 4 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in the NFL and is the club’s longest streak since 10/25/53-11/21/53 (5 games). The Eagles have outscored opponents 155-66 (+89) in the last 4 games.

Philadelphia, which is the only NFL team to score 20+ points in every game this season, is tied with New England for the most 20+ point games (23) in the NFL since 2016.

Carson Wentz leads the NFL with a career-high 25 passing TDs, which are the most ever by an Eagles QB through 10 games. Since 1950, only four NFL QBs age 24-or-younger have thrown 25+ TDs through 10 games: Wentz, 24, in 2017 (25), Matthew Stafford, 23, in 2011 (25), Dan Marino, 23, in 1984 (29) and Bobby Layne, 24, in 1951 (25).

Wentz is just the fourth NFL QB (sixth instance overall) since 1950 to throw 25+ TDs and no more than 5 INTs through 10 games, joining Tom Brady in 2015 (25-4) and 2007 (38-4), Aaron Rodgers in 2014 (28-3) and 2011 (31-4) and Y.A. Tittle in 1963 (27-4).

Wentz is the third Eagles QB (fourth instance overall) since 1950 to throw multiple TDs in 6+ consecutive games, joining Donovan McNabb from 9/10/06-10/22/06 (7) and Sonny Jurgensen from 11/12/61-12/17/61 (6) and 12/11/60-10/15/61 (7).

Philadelphia rushed for a season-high 215 yards, which are the club’s most in a single game since rushing for 256 yards at Dallas on 11/27/14.

Philadelphia has rushed for 100+ yards in 9 consecutive games, which is the club’s longest streak since 11/7/10-11/20/11 (franchise-record 19 games).

Philadelphia has rushed for 1,446 yards this season, which are the club’s most through 10 games since 2013 (1,531 yards).

Jay Ajayi led the Eagles with 91 yards on 7 attempts (13.0 avg.), including a career-long 71-yard rush in the third quarter. Ajayi now has 40+ yard gains in each of his first 2 games with Philadelphia.

Corey Clement gave the Eagles a 15-9 lead in the third quarter when he rushed for an 11-yard TD and added a 2-point conversion. Clement now has 4 rushing TDs this season, which are tied for the 3rd-most ever by an Eagles rookie, trailing only Don Johnson in 1953 (5) and Steve Van Buren in 1944 (5).

Overall, Clement is tied with Zach Ertz and Alshon Jeffery for the team lead with 6 TDs (4 rushing, 2 receiving), which are the most by an Eagles rookie RB since Don Johnson (7) and Hal Giancanelli (6) in 1953. Clement’s 6 TDs are tied for the 4th-most ever by an Eagles rookie RB, behind Mel Bleeker in 1944 (8), Don Johnson in 1953 (7) and Steve Van Buren in 1944 (7).

On the Eagles’ opening drive, Kenjon Barner followed a career-long 22-yard reception with a 4-yard rushing TD on the very next play, which marked his first score of the season and gave Philadelphia a 7-3 advantage. Barner became the fifth Eagles RB to reach the end zone this season, joining Corey Clement (6), LeGarrette Blount (3), Jay Ajayi (1) and Wendell Smallwood (1).

Alshon Jeffery led the Eagles with 67 yards on 4 receptions (16.8 avg.), including a 17-yard TD that made it a 29-9 game in the fourth quarter. Jeffery has posted a receiving TD in 3+ consecutive games for the first time since 11/16/14-12/21/14 (6 games) with Chicago.

Torrey Smith caught an 11-yard TD, his 2nd of the season, in the third quarter.

Jeffery followed Smith’s TD with a 2-point conversion to make the score 23-9. Jeffery leads the NFL with three 2-point conversions this season. The last NFL player to record three 2-point conversions in a single season was Reggie Bush in 2007.

Philadelphia recorded 4.0 sacks vs. Dak Prescott and has now produced multiple sacks in 7 consecutive games, which is the club’s longest streak since 12/20/15-10/9/16 (also 7). The last time the Eagles tallied multiple sacks in 7+ straight games in a single season was in 2012 (8 games, 10/28/12-12/13/12).

Derek Barnett led the Eagles with a career-high-tying 2.0 sacks, becoming the first Eagles rookie to have two multi-sack games since Trent Cole in 2005. Barnett now has 4.5 sacks (all of which have been recorded in the last 5 games), which are the most by an Eagles rookie since Fletcher Cox (5.5) in 2012. Barnett’s 4.5 sacks are the most by an Eagles rookie through 10 games since Trent Cole (5.0) in 2005.

Barnett’s first sack of Dak Prescott was for a 12-yard loss in the second quarter. Barnett then recorded his first career strip-sack in the fourth quarter, which resulted in a 37-yard fumble recovery TD by Nigel Bradham that put the Eagles on top by a 37-9 score. The takeaway marked the Eagles’ second fumble recovery TD of the season (also Brandon Graham forced fumble recovered by Fletcher Cox for a 20-yard TD in Week at Washington).

Brandon Graham now leads the Eagles with 6.0 sacks, which marks the 2nd-highest single-season total of his NFL career (6.5 in 2015). Tim Jernigan also had a sack in the fourth quarter.

Philadelphia intercepted Dak Prescott a season-high 3 times, which marked the Eagles defense’s second 3-INT performance of the year (also 3 INTs vs. Panthers QB Cam Newton at Carolina in Week 6). Philadelphia has now recorded multiple INTs in 3 consecutive games, which is the club’s longest streak since 10/24/10-11/21/10 (4 games).

Rodney McLeod recorded his career-high-tying 3rd INT of the season when he picked off Dak Prescott in the first quarter and returned it 13 yards to the DAL 15. McLeod is the first Eagle to post an INT in 3+ straight games since Malcolm Jenkins from 9/15/14-9/28/14 (also 3).

Ronald Darby registered his 1st INT of the season when he picked off Dak Prescott in the second quarter. Malcolm Jenkins also earned his 1st INT of the season in the fourth quarter.

Brent Celek appeared in his 169th career game, tying Chuck Bednarik (1949-62) for the 4th-most regular-season games played in Eagles history, trailing only David Akers (188, 1999-2010), Brian Dawkins (183, 1996-2008) and Harold Carmichael (180, 1971-83).

Linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill relieved Jake Elliott (ruled out with a head injury) at place kicker. Grugier-Hill recorded 4 kickoffs, including 1 touchback.