* 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...
We still don't know that Nick Foles will be the quarterback here long-term. It sure looks that way.
YOU COULD SEE it coming for weeks, but it took until around 2 hours before midnight on Saturday for it to become obvious that there is a favorite to win the NCAA Tournament. It was 7 minutes on the court at Madison Square Garden in the Big East Tournament
Les Bowen: Eagles quarterbacks coach Doug Pederson said last week that Foles' struggles in his starting debut were expected, but thinks there is reason to expect more from the rookie Monday night against Carolina.
Les Bowen: If this Eagles season continues to go south, straight past the point of no return - which could happen tonight - I say it's Jeffrey Lurie's fault.
Fool me once, shame on you, fool me over and over again, I'm just doing my impression of the Eagles' defense confronted with a screen.
THE EAGLES have won seven of the last eight against the Giants, including that playoff game in January 2009 when Donovan McNabb picked up the phone on the Giants' sideline, which Justin Tuck said this week the Giants are still miffed about.