Moving the Chains Archive: May, 2011

The comparison: McCoy vs. Westbrook

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Back in December, after a game in which LeSean McCoy caught eight balls for 86 yards against the Texans, I took a look at how the second-year... Read more

What they're saying about the Eagles

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Here's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Eagles: Matt Bowen of the National Football Post is buying into Juan Castillo's... Read more

Redoing the Eagles' drafts: 2006-08

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If teams were allowed to go back and redo their first-round picks from 2006-2008, who would the Eagles have ended up with? That's part of... Read more

Watkins' first impressions of Philly

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A rookie right guard, who has never played an NFL game, might not get recognized by fans in most cities. But Philadelphia is not most cities... Read more

DeSean would welcome Asomugha

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DeSean Jackson has something in common with about 99 percent of MTC readers: He would like to see cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha in an Eagles uniform... Read more

Market key to Kolb compensation

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A few things to get to today... Jonathan Tamari mentioned this over at Birds' Eye View, but in case you missed it, Kent Somers of The Arizona... Read more

Leftovers: Draft, Asomugha, Dawkins

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A bunch of little things to get to today. In no particular order... * Let's start with some Nnamdi Asomugha chatter since I know MTC readers... Read more

Hasselbeck, the Seahawks and Kolb

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All offseason, we've discussed potential landing spots for Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb. When the draft came and went, the list of teams... Read more

Vick, McNabb and the deep ball

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The Eagles' 2010 season ended on a Michael Vick pass intended for rookie wide receiver Riley Cooper about 32 yards from the line of scrimmage... Read more

How many top-100 players do the Eagles have?

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NFL Network is currently counting down its top 100 players for 2011. In the past two weeks, they've run through players 81-100. The voting... Read more