Caleb Sturgis can be activated from injured reserve, but the Eagles don't want to make any decisions until they see how Jake Elliott recovers
Chip Kelly's tenure as an analyst at ESPN might be shorter than his stint as head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.
According to early ratings numbers, last night's Eagles-Cowboys match-up couldn't have come at a better time for NBC and the NFL.
Ten day-after takeaways from the Eagles' 37-9 win over the Cowboys.
A potent second-half ground game and an opportunistic secondary were two of the big reasons for the Eagles' 37-9 rout of Dallas.
After missing eight games with a dislocated ankle, Ronald Darby returned Sunday night and helped the Eagles defense hold the Cowboys without a touchdown.
NBC "Sunday Night Football" broadcaster Al Michaels is high on the Eagles, and said he'd fly to Philadelphia to watch the Super Bowl parade if they win this season.
Doug Pederson didn't try to fire up the Eagles at halftime. He told them to settle down, and he called more running plays.
Highlights and lowlights from the Eagles' 37-9 win over the Cowboys.
Eagles' quarterback Carson Wentz outplayed fellow 2016 NFL Draft class product Dak Prescott in a key NFC East prime-time matchup against the Cowboys.
The Eagles' big second half restored the order, featuring a dominant running defense to go with an effective rushing attack behind Jay Ajayi, LeGarrette Blount, Corey Clement, and Kenjon Barner.
The Eagles outscored the Cowboys by 30 points in a second half that silenced anyone in blue. The Birds have a four-game division lead with six games to play.