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 Eagles Notes = Victory
The sweet smell of victory is back in Eagles Land. Sure, we beat the Houston Texans but that team has had some pretty big upsets on opening day. Plus considering the Eagles won 2 of their last 10 games last season, it ws nice to getting started. The only thing that made yesterday truly sweet was the Cowgirls and Giants both lost. (Let the Terrell Ownes Drama begin.)


+ TO who? TO is among the best players in the league and a threat every time he steps on the field, however Stallworth looked great, got open and made one fine diving catch. Kudos to Stallworth for getting up to speed on the playbook quickly.

+ Westbrook looked like the weapon he is, although while I want him returning punts because he is a threat every time he touchs the ball, I do not want him to take more hits than he has too. Regardless, he looked great, especially on a the touchdown drive in the 3rd quarter where he touched the ball 7 of 8 plays.

+ McNabb looks like he shaked off the cobwebs and is back to his Pro-Bowl form, even running for a first down on a third and long play. This team will go as far as he can take them.

+ The coaching staff finally realized what a few running plays can do. The ability to run play action allowed Stallworth to be wide open for the first touchdown. It also allowed misdirection plays that sprung Westbrook and Buckhalter for big runs.


- Lito Shepard is hurt enough where he may be out this week against the Giants. That's not great considering the WR's the Giants possess.

- The defense was not nearly as dominant as they could have been. They allowed Carr a perfectly executed drive to open the game and put themselves in the whole. It took Ried benching the entire D line for the second series to wake them up. They can not come out sluggish against the Giants. Additionally, they only picked up 5 sacks against a quarterback whose middle name is "On His Back".

All in all a B+ from me and hope for this season.

Posted by Paul @ 10:15 AM 1 comments