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Chip Kelly: Evaluating quarterbacks will take time

Win or lose, the Eagles will wrap up their season on Sunday against the Giants and then set off into an offseason that will feature questions about the quarterback position. Mark Sanchez will start the finale, but is headed for free agency, and Nick Foles is recovering from a broken collarbone that ended an erratic season…

Chip Kelly: Evaluating Nick Foles, Mark Sanchez takes time

PHILADELPHIA – Even before the Eagles were officially eliminated from the playoffs, the public debate had begun about their 2015 quarterback situation. Privately, however, Chip Kelly and the Eagles’ coaching and personnel staffs haven’t...Show More Summary

Breaking Down How the Washington Redskins Pressured Mark Sanchez, Eagles Offense

It's been strange to watch a blitz-happy play-caller like Jim Haslett fight his natural urges in recent weeks. The Washington Redskins defensive coordinator has reined in his penchant for bringing pressure, something that's not always...Show More Summary

Mark Sanchez not worried about future prospects

Coming in on a one-year contract, into a quarterback-friendly situation, the stage was set for Mark Sanchez to recast his career. Unfortunately for Sanchez, the things that led him out of New York raised their heads again in Philadelphia, and could impact his future employment prospects. Sanchez tried to stay focused on the present, saying…

Eagles will roll with Mark Sanchez to close out season

The Eagles are out of the playoff race, joining a short list of teams that won nine of their first 12 games before falling short of the postseason. There have been plenty of reasons for the three-game losing streak that has pushed the Eagles out of contention, including five turnovers by Mark Sanchez that…

Mark Sanchez Crushes Eagles’ Playoff Chances With Late Pick; Dallas Cowboys Now In Drivers Seat

Mark Sanchez played well enough to win. In fact, the final stat line would impress any Eagles or fantasy football fan alike. But with the game truly on the line, Mark delivered in typical Sanchez fashion, tossing a late game interception...Show More Summary

Mirage gone, Chip Kelly needs to find his QB

LANDOVER, MD. – The mirage lingered there, just out of reach. Mark Sanchez was zipping the ball this way and that, leading the Eagles to one, two, three scoring drives. After falling behind to the 3-11 team from Washington, the Eagles...Show More Summary

Eagles Should Turn to Matt Barkley in Week 17 If Playoffs out of Question

Following their third consecutive loss, the Philadelphia Eagles’ record dropped to 3-4 with Mark Sanchez at the helm. To be fair, the quarterback isn ’t solely to blame for the Birds’ 27-24 defeat at Washington on Saturday, nor is this team’s free fall in the standings. Show More Summary

Mark Sanchez's Limitations Destroying Eagles' Playoff Chances

How does a quarterback complete three-quarters of his passes and lose? When that quarterback is Mark Sanchez, and his team desperately needs to win. Since seeing the Eagles through to a 31-21 win over the Houston Texans in Week 9, Sanchez has played unevenly but creditably. Show More Summary

Mark Sanchez, Zach Ertz, Riley Cooper's Post-Week 16 Fantasy Reaction

Week 16 came early for the Philadelphia Eagles, which meant fantasy owners were also rushing to make sure they had the key starters from the game in their lineup. A favorable battle against a mediocre Washington pass defense had theShow More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles' playoff chances on life support after bad loss

This was Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez’s career in a nutshell. For all the good he might do, we’ll always remember the bad. Sanchez didn’t play poorly against the Washington Redskins on Saturday, and in fact he was in line to be the hero after bringing the Eagles back from a 10-point deficit to tie the game in the fourth quarter. Show More Summary

Eagles vs. Washington 2014 final score: 3 things we learned from Washington's 27-24 win

Washington took down the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, 27-24. Washington held off the Philadelphia Eagles, taking advantage of a Mark Sanchez interception with under two minutes to go, leading to a 27-24 win. It was...Show More Summary

LeSean McCoy touchdown gives Eagles an early lead

In a must-win game in Washington, the Eagles came out looking sloppy but quickly turned things around. On Philadelphia’s first drive, Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez was sacked by Ryan Kerrigan, forcing a fumble that Kerrigan recovered. Washington’s offense then managed to pick up 40 yards on a 12-play drive before settling for a Kai Forbath…

Eagles-Redskins Saturday Open Thread

Mark Sanchez and Nick Foles have as many turnovers as Jay Cutler this season. Clearly this means Matt Barkley time!

Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 16: Mark Sanchez is a tough play

Mark Sanchez has been up and down these days. Should fantasy owners trust him? Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez is up to his old tricks. He looked like he was going to get it going with his new team, but he's really cooled off in his last two weeks. Show More Summary

What to Expect from Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles Offense in Week 16

The Philadelphia Eagles turned in one of their most disappointing regular-season performances in years this past Sunday, losing to the Dallas Cowboys by a 38-27 score. This does serious damage to Philadelphia's playoff chances. The team...Show More Summary

Eagles QB Mark Sanchez: 'One of best times of my life'

PHILADELPHIA -- Mark Sanchez didn't know Sunday night whether he would still be the Eagles' starting quarterback in their next game, which is Saturday at Washington. Nick Foles' status was going to be determined by an examination of his fractured collarbone on Monday morning. Show More Summary

QB snapshot: Mark Sanchez

A quick observation of quarterback Mark Sanchez and how he played in the Eagles' 38-27 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15: Sanchez took responsibility for the Eagles’ deflating loss to the rival Cowboys on Sunday night. He might have been a bit hard on himself. Show More Summary

Cowboys' pass rush comes through against Eagles

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys' pass rush will never be confused with the best in the NFL, but in Sunday’s 38-27 win against the Philadelphia Eagles it was effective when it was needed most. The Cowboys sacked Mark Sanchez fourShow More Summary

With Nick Foles not ready to return, Mark Sanchez will remain Eagles’ starter

The Philadelphia Eagles will hang their playoff hopes on Mark Sanchez again Saturday when they play Team Disarray, the Washington Redskins, at FedEx Field. Coach Chip Kelly told reporters that Foles’ collarbone, which he broke Week 9, has not healed sufficiently to allow him to play this week, especially on a week that is one […]

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