Mark Sanchez, the Eagles’ backup quarterback, was forced into the game against the Texans on Sunday when Nick Foles suffered an injury. On his first play, Sanchez connected with Jeremy Maclin on a deep pass. Left tackle Jason Peters turned around and was about to congratulate Foles on a great pass. It was then that
Arian Foster is very good at this game of football. Ryan Fitzpatrick was able to identify a huge mismatch in the second quarter when the Eagles put Connor Barwin on Arian Foster in coverage. One well-timed 56 yard pass later, and the Eagles were able to tie the game thanks to Foster’s hands and speed.
Nick Foles went out injured, which means it’s Mark Sanchez time for the Philadelphia Eagles. Sure enough, on the very first play, Sanchez hit Jeremy Maclin for a bomb. Then, on third and goal, Sanchez connected with Jordan Matthews for a touchdown. Just like we all drew it up. GIF via sbnation vine via gifdsports
After a season where he threw an unsustainable two interceptions, Nick Foles has been less guarded with the football this year and the results for the Eagles have been mixed. On the one hand, on Sunday against the Texans, Foles showed that he’s capable of throwing beautiful 59 yard bombs to Jeremy Maclin. On the
Jeremy Maclin is having an insane year and he somehow continues to top himself week after week. The Eagles best deep threat allowed the Eagles to get off to a great start against the Texans by catching this impressive 59 yard bomb from Nick Foles. If he can keep this up and stay healthy (something
Jeremy Maclin’s day at the office hasn’t been an easy one. First, he got hammered on a slant route, then this happened. Maclin’s inabilty to get up after getting doused in Gatorade says it all. But after getting plenty hydrated, Maclin responded with a touchdown. Vines via cjzero and gifdsports
Nick Foles thought he had a touchdown, but was picked off by Antonio Cromartie in the end zone. The return was a disaster for the Eagles. First, you have Josh Huff getting destroyed by a blocker in the end zone. Then, adding insult to injury, you have two Eagles players taking each other out just
If Mark Sanchez can’t mentor Nick Foles in the art of quarterbacking (and unless that art involves the art of fumbling off a butt, there’s probably not much that Sanchez can offer Foles), at least he’s capable of showing Foles the ropes when it comes to stadium food. Taken during the Eagles’ win over the
Nick Foles felt so bad for the Giants, who are currently getting smashed by the Eagles on national television, that he decided to give them the ball before halftime. Sure enough, the Giants punted the ball right back to the Eagles. Nick Foles threw just two interceptions last year. How? [MarcusD] [content_block id=134239]
The Philadelphia Eagles capped off a 10 play, 81-yard drive with this beauty: a perfectly slotted pass by Nick Foles and a diving catch by Zach Ertz. The Eagles currently hold a 10-0 lead over the Giants and are outgaining the Giants 148-11. [gifdsports] [content_block id=134239]
With Rashad Jennings out injured, Andre Williams has taken over as the New York Giants’ featured running back. He’s off to a nice start, completely running over Malcolm Jenkins on this play in the first quarter. [gifdsports] [content_block id=134239]
Hanging with The Prince of NY and @drc_two1 tonight. You already know what they think of the jersey! #GIANTS #0 #4 pic.twitter.com/zQZZewpg9b — LPG – Joe (@LicensePlateGuy) October 7, 2014 Why yes, that is Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Prince Amukamara posing for a photo with hardcore Giants fan Joe Ruback, popularly known as the License Plate Guy.