No matter what happens next week, the Philadelphia Eagles have put the rest of the NFL on notice. For all intents and purposes this was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Philadelphia Eagles. Their record was an abysmal 4-12 last year. From the end of last season to the beginning of this season there was very little personnel turnover. They picked up a new head coach and staff but the players almost all stayed the same. For the most part not many people expected much from the Eagles this year. One always hopes but deep down it did not look like it would be a great year for them. There was no evidence anything would be different. But 30 minutes into the first regular season game against the Washington Redskins there was something special about the “new” Eagles offense.
By Todd Duvall -
About the Author
Todd Duvall has been a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles since the 1980 season. He spends his days helping people plan their budgets and assist some in foreclosure prevention. His evenings are spent studying film and learning all he can about the Eagles and their opponents in order to provide The Iggles Fansided fans with expert insight. He spent last football season as a Voice of Reason on The Landry Hat Podcast. You can follow him on twitter, @trueeaglesfan80