Murray or McCoy: Who’s Really a Product of Their Offensive Line? Written By Ari Horing

DeMarco Murray has received a significant amount of criticism this off-season by NFL fans and the media for being a so called “product” of the Cowboys great offensive line.

In fact, it got to the point that Murray decided to respond to such insinuations earlier this summer by calling them “a littl...

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Has Anyone Noticed How Historically Good Jamaal Charles Has Been?

Has a player ever in the history of sports put up as many historical records as Jamaal Charles has in his three year career, and still be so unknown and so under the radar. Let’s take a look at what Jamaal Charles
has done so far in his short career.

In 2009, Jamaal Charles finished the season with ...

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Kobe Bryant Is Still One Of The Most Overrated Players in NBA History

As I sat there watching Kobe Bryant win his first championship without Shaq, I felt a sudden sadness. A sadness, that the game of basketball doesn’t usually cause.

It wasn’t the same sadness you get when your favorite team loses, but it was the type of sadness you get when you realize that justice i...

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The Top Five: Best 4-3 Defensive Tackles in the NFL

In any defense, the tackles may be the most important part.

They are the first line, and they’re the tone-setters. Their play can determine the difficulty or ease of the linebackers, cornerbacks, and safeties behind them.

If the line is playing well and keep the linebackers clean, odds are that team...

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Linebacker Byron Evans: One of the Eagles’ All-Time Greats

Part of a long tradition of great Eagles’ inside linebackers, Byron Evans, is unquestionably the most underrated Eagle at that position ever.  Chuck Bednarik, Bill Bergey, Jeremiah Trotter and Stewart Bradley all deserve their high praise, but so does Evans so here it comes.

Byron should be known ...

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Keys to the Game: Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints

Getting a win in Week 1 is vital, but getting a win in Week 2 can start a roll that can last deep into the season. Every season at least one team does it, and both of these teams are prime candidates to get on such a roll.

The Saints come into Philadelphia toting possibly the most explosive offense ...

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Keys to the Game: Eagles at Carolina Panthers

Week 1 can be the most important game of the entire year for a football team. For example, Eagles fans will remember Week 1 of the 2007 season as the game that doomed the Eagles for the year, but sent the Green Bay Packers to the NFC Championship game.

Many would question how the first game could po...

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How the Philadelphia Eagles’ Roster Should Look for the 2009-2010 Season V2.0

With the first round of cuts taking place today in about 15 minutes and the final round of cuts taking place on Saturday, it’s about the right time to take a look at how the Philadelphia Eagles roster will look for the 2009-2010 season.

Earlier in the year—about two months before training camp even ...

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Could Brandon Marshall Become an Eagle?

As it stands, the Eagles may have one of the better receiving corps in the NFC. They don’t have that standout guy just yet, even though it appears DeSean Jackson may become that guy, but as far as talent and depth goes, they’re certainly at the very top.

If they had an opportunity to improve the rec...

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Patriots Expressing Interest in an Eagles Quarterback

When the New England Patriots cut former third-round pick, quarterback Kevin O’Connell, no one in Philadelphia paid much attention. However, that may have been a mistake.

According to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network, the Patriots are “among the many teams” interested in acquiring the services of A...

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