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Week Three provided a few new palpable options to up your scores in Fantasyland.
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith applauded Washington's Chris Baker for his late hit on Nick Foles.
Some quick thoughts and numbers on the Eagles’ 37-34 win over the Redskins.
Bob Ford: Cary Williams is tired and says he isn't the only one.
Nick Foles proves a "beast" in leading the Birds to a rock-em, sock-em win over Washington.
With DeSean Jackson on the opposite sideline, Jeremy Maclin showed his mettle with a big game on Sunday.
In 2002, the Hugh Douglas sidelined Bears quarterback Jim Miller with a vicious block on an interception return.
Mike Sielski: Nick Foles got back up and remained in the game after a vicious sequence.
John Smallwood: The Eagles wide receiver corps combined for 21 catches, 262 yards and three touchdowns.
There were many reasons that LeSean McCoy seemed stuck in neutral all game Sunday.
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