http://philadelphiaeagles.com/gameday <------ Note this link is for each week
In their first season opener at home since the 2004 season, the Eagles enjoyed the homefield advantage with a blowout 38-3 win over the St. Louis Rams.
Quarterback Donovan McNabb was on fire early and often as he completed 21 of 33 passes for 361 yards - the most ever for McNabb in a season opener - and three touchdowns. Despite the absence of Kevin Curtis and Reggie Brown, the Eagles had three wide receivers - rookie DeSean Jackson, Hank Baskett and Greg Lewis - each go over 100 yards. It was the first time a trio of Eagles receivers accomplished that in the same game since Dec. 18, 1960 when Timmy Brown, Tommy McDonald and Pete Retzlaff did it. Brian Westbrook picked up right where he left off from last season by scoring the first touchdown of the game, a 1-yard shovel pass from McNabb, and adding a second score later on. He finished with 91 rushing yards on 19 carries and the two scores.
Well it appears the Eagles may actually have a solid offense for the first time in my life. Defense was never issue, see Gang Green Good article here:
http://espn.go.com/page2/s/list/readers ... fense.html
The defense was a different story. They used to win us games. Not like Baltimore of 2000 that would give the offense a chance to win, this defense would actually win games (they won all eight that year)
Thats the truth too...
Any Eagles fans? Going to win to the SB?