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Sam Donnellon: LeSean McCoy's production is down somewhat from last season, but the Eagles are 2-0.
Riley Cooper has been targeted 10 times through two games, has five catches, for 37 yards.
With Week 2 in the books, only three teams in the NFC remain unbeaten.
Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested Wednesday on aggravated assault charges.
Bob Ford: If a player is good enough, the team and the fan base will grade off-the-field issues on the curve.
Les Bowen: Nick Foles and wide receivers Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper aren't on same page yet.
Mike Sielski: Brandon Boykin and Malcolm Jenkins were the center of the play that had swung Monday's game.
Sam Donnellon: The conditioning of the Eagles defense is a factor in the outcome of the first two games.
Paul Domowitch: Nick Foles completed 21 passes Monday night. Only six of them were to wide receivers.
LeSean McCoy characterized his workload against the Colts as "just enough to be effective."
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