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Miles Sanders
Eagles
John McMullen

Inside the career day of Miles Sanders

PHILADELPHIA – Miles Sanders was the first Eagles player led to the postgame interview room, still sporting his drenched uniform after a career day in difficult conditions. “You hear that party going on in there?” Sanders smiled while referencing the music booming and voices celebrating a 29-21 win over Doug Pederson and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

JalenHurts30
Eagles
Joe Santoliquito

The Eagles slide by Jacksonville and Doug Pederson, 29-21, to remain undefeated

With wet grass matted to the front of his helmet, through squinting eyes from the diagonal falling rain, Jalen Hurts and the Eagles were able to navigate through their first adversity this season against their former head coach and a rising team on an overcast Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles’ 29-21 victory over

Eagles vs Jaguars
GameDay
JAKIB Sports

Week 4: Eagles vs. Jaguars | JAKIB Gameday Coverage

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Jacksonville Jaguars | NFL Week 4 is here and the JAKIB Pregame/Halftime & Postgame Show are here to keep you covered. Jalen Hurts and the Eagles battle against Doug Pederson and the Jaguars. Starring Seth Joyner, Mike Missanelli, Derrick Gunn, Devan Kaney, John McMullen & Marc Farzetta.

Trey Sermon
Eagles
John McMullen

Trey Sermon ready for first opportunity with the Eagles

PHILADELPHIA – Trey Sermon – Taking flyers on some young, talented prospects from the 2021 draft who didn’t necessarily hit the ground running in their original cities was a bit of a theme for Howie Roseman late in the summer. First, it was quarterback Ian Book, a fourth-round pick of New Orleans in 2021 at

AvonteMaddox
Eagles
John McMullen

How will the Eagles replace Avonte Maddox against Jags?

PHILADELPHIA – Nick Sirianni turned up to his Friday press conference, adorned in a “Turnover T-Shirt,” the brainchild of the defensive coaching staff in an effort to express how important the double-positive is when it comes to winning football games. The version Sirianni had on was Avonte Maddox sinking into zone coverage and leaping in

Jalen Hurts
Eagles
Paul Domowitch

Paul Domowitch: Hurts Silencing Any Lingering Questions About His Arm Strength

Remember all of those ridiculous stories and cockeyed scouting reports questioning Jalen Hurts’ arm strength and his ability to throw the deep ball? You’re not hearing much of that nonsense these days, particularly after Hurts’ performance in the Eagles’ 24-8 win over Washington. A week after teaming up with Quez Watkins on a 53-yard touchdown

Philly Godfather
Eagles
Joe Santoliquito

The Philly Godfather likes the Jags this Sunday plus 6.5

Steve Maltepes, known as “The Philly Godfather,” is one of the nation’s hottest sports betting experts who appears weekly on national radio, including Jakib Media. Each week, he will impart his gambling wisdom on the Eagles and where the smart money is going. NFL Week 4 Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (3-0), 1:00 p.m. Sunday The

Doug Pederson
Eagles
John McMullen

Doug Pederson set to return to Philadelphia relaxed and ready

PHILADELPHIA – Andy Reid got a standing ovation, so why not Doug Pederson? The only Super Bowl-winning coach in Eagles history is returning to Philadelphia on Sunday as the new mentor of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Pederson admits he’s not quite sure what to expect. Pederson, though, did remember coming back as the quarterbacks coach

Doug Pederson
Eagles
John McMullen

Gannon on Doug Pederson’s Play-Calling: ‘He doesn’t have a lot of tendencies’

PHILADELPHIA – Jonathan Gannon was on the wrong side of the 2018 NFC Championship Game when Doug Pederson’s Philadelphia Eagles routed the favored Minnesota Vikings, 38-7,  en route to winning Super Bowl LII. Then an assistant defensive backs coach with the Vikings, Gannon earned a healthy respect for Pederson’s play-calling ability. “I have a very

Philly Godfather
Eagles
John McMullen

Eagles, Nick Sirianni expect tough test with Doug Pederson, Jags

Frank Reich is the man in the middle this week so maybe the Indianapolis head coach just focuses on his own business in trying to get the Colts above .500 in an AFC South tilt against Tennessee. The ex-Eagles offensive coordinator is surely going to get a few text messages this week from his former

Eagles
John McMullen

Same-old story for Carson Wentz

LANDOVER, Md. – Carson Wentz never handed the baton to Jalen Hurts in Philadelphia. The one-time face of the Eagles’ franchise was forced to make the hand-off and recede to the background while a perceived placeholder took over in the death throes of the Doug Pederson era. On Sunday, in the shadow of the nation’s

Carson Wentz
Eagles
Joe Santoliquito

Eagles stomp on Carson Wentz and Washington in a 24-8 victory

There was no way to escape it. Was there really any doubt? Did you really expect anything different? Carson Wentz was incredibly effective against the Eagles on Sunday—of turning Washington’s FedEx Field into the world’s largest comedy club. The current Washington Commanders’ quarterback and former Eagle was an anxious mess under pressure from his former

Philly Godfather
Eagles
Joe Santoliquito

The Philly Godfather Likes Washington plus-6.5 this week

Steve Maltepes, known as “The Philly Godfather,” is one of the nation’s hottest sports betting experts who appears weekly on national radio, including Jakib Media. Each week, he will impart his gambling wisdom on the Eagles and where the smart money is going. NFL Week 1 Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) at Washington Commanders (1-1), 1:00 p.m.

Egregiously Awful
Eagles
Paul Domowitch

Eagles Offense Going The Three Wide Way

By Paul Domowitch   Considering that we’re only two games into a 17-game marathon, there aren’t a lot of firm conclusions we can draw from the Eagles’ victories over the Lions and Vikings, other than that they’re going to be a pretty good team if they can stay healthy.   But one conclusion I think

Nick Sirianni
Eagles
John McMullen

Nick Sirianni Counting on Veteran Leadership to Avoid Traps

PHILADELPHIA – It was silly but some were calling for Nick Sirianni’s job after a 2-5 start last season. Win No. 2 in 2022, a dominating performance on Monday Night Football against the Minnesota Vikings, has many of the same hot-take artists trumpeting Sirianni for NFL Coach of the Year. Rat poison can be obvious

Eagles
John McMullen

Former teammates talk Wentz Week with Commanders on deck

PHILADELPHIA – It’s simple supply and demand when it comes to NFL quarterbacks. There are never 32 people in the world good enough to stop every NFL team to uncover every rock to try to get better at arguably the most important position in sports. That explains why Carson Wentz in the man inside the

Hidden Arryn Siposs
Eagles
John McMullen

Hidden Arryn Siposs hustle pays off against Vikings

PHILADELPHIA – Ostensibly the Eagles dominated the Minnesota Vikings during a 24-7 win on Monday night but like any NFL game there were a handful of moments that could have tilted things dramatically. Irv Smith’s drop late in the second quarter turned a potential 63-yard touchdown and a manageable 21-14 Vikings deficit at the half

JalenHurts29
Eagles
Joe Santoliquito

Eagles look like real contenders in a 24-7 demolition of Minnesota in home opener

The Eagles may have something tangible now to convert lofty expectations into a reality. It may be a week late, but it could not have come against a better opponent, the Minnesota Vikings, and in a better situation than in their home opener, and on a better platform than Monday Night Football. For the second-straight

Jalen Reagor
Eagles
John McMullen

‘Revenge’ is a dish best served with friends for Jalen Reagor

PHILADELPHIA – Jalen Reagor still texts every day with a number of his former Eagles teammates like DeVonta Smith, Quez Watkins, and Miles Sanders. It’s a group text among friends and football isn’t part of the equation nor is trash-talking. It’s just a bunch of guys who enjoyed each other’s company before Reagor was sent

Haason Reddick
Eagles
John McMullen

Haason Reddick sets his standard

PHILADELPHIA – You don’t need analytics or next-generation stats to explain Haason Reddick ‘s standard. The Eagles’ new $15 million edge rusher wants to affect every game. “At some point, I just feel like I have to make a play that affects the game because that’s what I was brought here to do,” Reddick said

Doug Pederson
Eagles
Joe Santoliquito

The Eagles will find out where they are after the Vikings

One bad quarter. That’s what created the fallout. One bad quarter. The Detroit Lions were strong in the fourth quarter, making what looked like an easy victory for the Eagles turn more into a chilling 38-35 escape under cover of night—after being up 38-21 in the fourth quarter. So, praise became sparse. Now, the Eagles,