* Quarterbacks: Atlanta's Matt Ryan is 8-0 all-time in home openers, with 19 touchdowns and only four interceptions. Those four picks, oddly enough, came when he threw two apiece in two games against the Eagles (2011, 2015). One of his interceptions
Eagletarian: Each week, Paul Domowitch of the Daily News provides an in-depth look at the keys to an Eagles' victory, as well as who has the edge in their upcoming matchup.
Brett Myers will make his fourth career start in a regular-season opener today. All have been at Citizens Bank Park. The difference is that from 2007 through 2009, he pitched for the home side.
BROAD STREET BILLY says, "Enough already with Spring Spraining news of Lawn Chair Chase, Polly in a Brace, Brad the Sad and Li'l Roy trying to eat a line drive through his neck."
Here is a look at what we'll be watching during tomorrow night's Eagles-Texans game:
1. As DeSean goes. If DeSean Jackson isn’t the straw that...
Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast from Indianapolis will be the 17th for NBC, tying the network with CBS for the most in the game's history.
What: Super Bowl XLVI
Vegas Vic: Let's get the most pressing Super Bowl prop out of the way right at the top. Double V is goin' under 1:36 on Kelly Clarkson singing the national anthem.
The Daily News writers make their predictions for Sunday's game.
If Brian Dawkins decides to retire, which is a good bet at this point, there's a good chance the future Hall of Famer would sign a one-day contract with the Eagles so that he could officially retire with the club.
Silas Redd is torn. A lifelong Giants fan, the Penn State running back will be glued to the TV on Sunday, hoping his G-Men can steal a Super Bowl victory. But Redd has a new allegiance this year.
Rich Hofmann: In only seven of the first 45 Super Bowls was a defensive player chosen as the game's MVP. This year, though, is different. Vince Wilfork seems ready to conjure the perfect storm for the Giants.