Well that escalated quickly.
Philadelphia, at 1-3, ranks 30th in offense and 30th on third down.
The New York Jets return home on Sunday, flying high off of their 20-7 victory of the Indianapolis Colts. The Jets are feeling good with their season starting off at 2-0, and they play host to a reeling Philadelphia Eagles team that has begun the year at 0-2.
Yes, he's looking at you, Sam Bradford.
The moves Kelly's Eagles have made this past week could result in an improved football team next season. However even if that is the case, it will never change the fact that Philly should have been able to improve this roster for 2015 easily without dumping the faces of the franchise.
We should not disparage what was a quality season for the Cowboys -- including just their second playoff win in six years -- but it's hard not to ask, "What if?"
Murray started the 2014 season like gangbusters as the Cowboys transformed into a rushing team after running the ball 36.4
Tony Romo is not going to win the NFL MVP this season, that much is clear. There are too many other great quarterbacks having monstrous seasons: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck, to name a few. And his teammate in the Dallas Cowboys backfield, running back DeMarco Murray, is firmly in the conversation as well. But at 34 years young, Romo, fresh off his second serious back surgery, is enjoying the best season of his illustrious (if highly criticized) career, and he has most definitely earned the right to be at least in the conversation about MVPs and elite quarterbacks.
The Predictalator has run every Week 12 2014 NFL game 50,000 times. Below we present the up-to-date top three at each fantasy position for the week, a sleeper likely to have a breakout game, a player to avoid and some injury situations to monitor heading into the week
When you say it’s rough on you, is it because you need more carries? Or just because the way the games have flowed, you haven’t
By Jose Martinez, Complex Sports According to Spotrac, Murray makes less than $1 million this season, so seeing him dole
Murray has rushed for more than 100 yards in six consecutive games to start the season, joining Jim Brown, who did it in 1958, as the only two men in league history to accomplish that feat.