The Eagles are 1-3 and losing games mainly because of their poor fundamentals. Last week at Washington, it was more of the same.
Against a mediocre Saints defense, the Eagles should be able to build off last week with another game of attacking the opponent down the field.
Left tackle Jason Peters (quad) is officially listed as questionable and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) has officially been ruled out against the Saints.
MORE EAGLES TALK
1dEagles left tackle Jason Peters vowed to play Sunday, saying there's no risk of aggravating his quad injury because "I am who I am."
1dThe Saints' defense should provide DeMarco Murray another chance to finally get going, but will he? Can he do it with limited carries?
1dHere's Howard Eskin's first campaign video to become the next mayor of Philadelphia.
1dA few starters returned from injury to practice for the Eagles on Thursday, including cornerback Byron Maxwell and left tackle Jason Peters.
1dDespite their 1-3 start, the Eagles are still listed as Bovada's co-favorite to win the NFC East with the same 11/5 odds as the Giants.
1dSam Bradford was glad to finally complete some deep balls, and with them on tape, he thinks defenses may back off, opening up the short game.
2dLane Johnson pinned the root of the Eagles' struggles on the offensive line, saying Wednesday it is "the one sinking the ship right now."
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