The Reid-McNabb Eagles were very good for a very long time, but couldn't bring home a Super Bowl. Will it be different for the Pederson-Wentz Eagles? Former Eagles president Joe Banner thinks so.
Nick Foles says he's confident, but hasn't looked it. He's been skittish and reluctant to throw downfield. But Foles will likely need to take his deep shots in Saturday's playoff game against the Falcons. Can he?
"I know what this means for the city of Philadelphia," the longtime Eagle said. "I still interact with a lot of people from Philadelphia, so I feel like I'm still a part of it."
Columnist Bob Ford and Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution break down what really matters in the Eagles-Falcons game.
Sixth-seeded Atlanta is led by Ryan, who is one of four quarterbacks in NFL history with a career postseason passer rating above 100.
Philadelphia-area native Matt Ryan will play for the fifth time at Lincoln Financial Field when his Atlanta Falcons meet the Eagles in a NFC divisional playoff game. The Eagles have won three of the previous four meetings.
Our four writers give their projections for the divisional playoff game, and it's a split decision.
The Eagles finished third in the NFL in rushing this season, but their ground game struggled in December. Can it rebound?
Five established veterans on the Eagles have never played beyond Week 17. On Saturday, their wait will end.
Eagles players are excited for the chance to win an NFC playoff game, even as fans, analysts and bookies wallow in bitter fatalism.
The Eagles finished third in rushing and first against the run this season. Winning the ground game against the Falcons would make Nick Foles' job a lot easier.
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has a history of inconsistency. It's why he's not an NFL starter. But he remains a far better option than the untested Nate Sudfeld.
The former Eagles running back and current Philly receiver had a bond with the Baltimore Ravens and remain in touch today.