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Report: Jalen Hurts to miss Eagles vs Jets game, Gardner Minshew to start [UPDATE] -BGN
It is questionable if the Eagles were concerned about Hurts’ limited mobility (and therefore effectiveness) due to the ankle. It’s also possible the Eagles will want to play it safe with him ahead of the Week 14 exemption; an opportunity to give him two consecutive weeks off despite the fact that he only missed one game. It is also questionable if the Eagles have an interest in evaluating Minshew. Hurts hasn’t exactly erased all doubts that he’s the franchise’s quarterback this season. Especially after winning the worst game of his career last week. It will be interesting to see what Minshew looks like. He hasn’t logged much playing time in the regular season since his last start on December 20 of last year. He also hasn’t had a pre-season training camp / rep with the Eagles since Philly traded him in late August. Of course, Minshew has a lot of NFL experience under his belt. He has started 20 games in 24 total appearances. His career passer rating (93.1) is actually higher than Hurts’ rating (82.0).


Eye on the Enemy #75 : Eagles vs. Jets avec Gang Green Nation – BGN Radio
In Episode 75 of Eye on the Enemy, host John Stolnis is joined by MacGregor Wells, deputy editor of Gang Green Nation to provide a preview of Sunday’s game between the Eagles and the Jets. Can the Birds running game sink New York and, with a 0-11 lifetime record against the Eagles, is this the week the Jets finally beat Philadelphia?

NFL injury updates, latest league news from Saturday, December 4 – NFL.com
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (ankle) is considered a “long shot” to play against the Jets, Rapoport reported. Hurts is listed as questionable.

Five over / unders for Eagles’ Week 13 game against Jets – PhillyVoice
Reruns showed Smith wasn’t as open as he originally was in the Eagles’ last doomed scrimmage game in that loss to the Giants, but it was way more than that. . Reagor finished the day with just four targets overall, tied for his second fewest of the season. Part of that frustration may be a cumulative effect of the Eagles’ shift in offensive philosophy. Before the change that really started with the win over Detroit, Smith was posting 7.6 targets per game. In the five games since, that number has dropped to just five targets per game. [BLG Note: Five targets per game just isn’t cutting it. This is a guy who should be getting closer to 10 targets per game.]

Eagles-Jets Week 13 cheat sheet: news, games, players to watch & more – the athletic
Wulf: -0.28, which is the EPA per Zach Wilson drop, according to TruMedia. That’s good for the 34th of 34 qualified quarterbacks. In almost every way, Wilson has been football’s worst starting quarterback this season. Anything less than a stifling performance from the Eagles’ defense will be immensely disappointing.

DeVonta Smith explains why the frustration boiled over – NBCSP
So was it open? “My quarterback saw what he saw,” Smith said. “I’m not mad at the decision he made. He made the decision which was the best for the team. Earlier in the week, head coach Nick Sirianni pointed out the lack of discipline on the road in this game, which was a concept of a mesh between Smith and Quez Watkins running. This course discipline was non-existent and Hurts didn’t like what he saw in front of him, so he didn’t pass Smith, who was supposed to be his best option on the game. “Yeah, I could have won better on the line of scrimmage,” said Smith. “If I had won better on the line of scrimmage, it wouldn’t have left any doubt as to where the ball was supposed to be or what he saw. It’s mine. Win on the line of scrimmage and we probably wouldn’t be in that situation.

Eagles celebrate life of Pro Football Hall of Fame DE Claude Humphrey – PE.com
The Philadelphia Eagles organization mourns the passing of Claude Humphrey, one of the most dominant defensive players in the history of the sport. The Professional Football Hall of Fame defensive end died Friday night at the age of 77. After spending the first 10 plus seasons of his illustrious career with the Atlanta Falcons, the Eagles traded for Humphrey in 1979 and he was a critical reason the Eagles were able to transcend into a Super Bowl caliber team. “Claude was a tremendous inspiration for a young coach,” said Eagles Hall of Fame head coach Dick Vermeil. “Knowing he was a veteran, I would ask him if he wanted a day off from training camp every now and then. But he always refused. He never took off from a practice or a windward sprint. He had a fantastic work ethic. In fact, Claude made some t-shirts that guys loved – “I survived Dick Vermeil’s training camp,” or whatever, and it was just perfect. “

Report: Texans sign contract extension with Tremon Smith – PFT
The Texans have signed cornerback Tremon Smith, a special teams baseman, for a one-year extension until 2022, reports Sports Talk 790’s Aaron Wilson. The deal includes a base salary of $ 1. $ 1 million and $ 500,000 guaranteed, by Wilson, with a maximum value of $ 1.6 million. Smith is averaging 26 yards on six comebacks this season and is 44 yards long. [BLG Note: Former Eagle.]

Fantasy Football 2021: 5 bold predictions for NFL Week 13 – Fake Teams
5.) NYG vs. MIA has an over / under of 40.5, give me the under at 37. Rationale: The Giants start Mike Glennon with Daniel Jones out. Even with Jones at the helm, this team has scored 15 points or less in each of their last two games. Miami’s offense resumes, with more than 20 points in each of their last three games thanks to the emergence of Tua Tagovailoa. The Giants’ secondary is solid, however. They have limited Patrick Mahomes, Derek Carr, Tom Brady and Jalen Hurts (four of the league’s top QBs) to four group scores, seven picks and an average of 250 yards per game over the past four weeks.

Giants Diary: Mike Glennon’s First Start, Secondary Depth, More – Big Blue View
A backup quarterback, who Mike Glennon has been on since 2014, never knows when the call is going to come. The call will come this Sunday for Glennon, as he makes his first start in place of injured Daniel Jones. Will there be nerves, despite nine seasons, 35 games and 27 NFL starts? “Maybe not as much. But yeah, I haven’t had a lot of opportunities to start in the NFL, so every time you get one of those opportunities it’s something that’s going to be a little nervous, but I think there was. nerves when I was a starter for longer, ”Glennon said Friday. “It’s just kind of an excitement to go out and play again and I can’t wait to be there. Glennon is 6-21 as an NFL starter and hasn’t won a start since 2017. “I don’t really take much personally. I’ve only started five games since and we were 1-15, ”said Glennon. “It wasn’t all up to me. I want to win because I want to help the Giants win this week. It really is.

Washington raises two practice squad players ahead of Raiders – Hogs Haven game
Smallwood was with the Jacksonville Jaguars earlier this season, but was signed to the soccer team’s practice squad in late November. However, he should be familiar to Washington fans since his 15-game stint with the Redskins in 2019, when he was claimed on waivers from the Eagles. In limited service as a replacement for Chris Thompson, playing about 15 snaps per game, Smallwood is averaging 3.7 yards per carry and 7.1 yards per reception as a third back.

What is Taylor Heinicke’s future with the Washington football team? – The ring
But of course the feeling remains: the hope, the wish, that Heinicke be more. It’s no different than the trance Nick Foles has put on Jacksonville and Chicago over the past few seasons: A quarterback who is just good enough to hang around, and inevitably makes his best plays in the biggest moments, is in. both an easy and fun trap to fall into. But there is a difference between pleasure and good, and unfortunately Heinicke falls more towards the former than towards the latter. For Washington, at the moment, that may be enough. The functional offense – no elite attack, no explosive attack – secured Washington its three hard-fought wins and a leading position in the NFC wildcard bubble; against a beating Las Vegas team on Sunday, it could very well lead them to their fourth win and an even stronger position to repeat in the playoffs. And if that’s all Heinicke gives them – a .500 offense, a solid hope of making the playoffs – in his career, that’s okay. Because it also gives Washington something else, arguably more precious: time. This gives the football team time to determine its makeup, strengths and weaknesses (maybe even their team’s name, for goodness sake!). And as everything around Heinicke becomes clearer, they can wait for the right time to level up to quarterback and jump into the NFC fight.

Dolphins Activate DeVante Parker, IR’s Michael Deiter – The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins activated wide receiver DeVante Parker and center Michael Deiter, the team announced on Saturday. The move, which was first reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, will give Miami additional offensive stability as they face the New York Giants on Sunday. Both players will likely return to the starting lineup immediately.

4 burning questions for week 13 in the NFL – SB Nation
Can the Colts avoid a trap game? I’ve been bullish on the Colts recently as a team that could do a wild card run, and I think it still can. In week 12 the team suffered a slight loss to the Buccaneers which showed me they had the talent – now it’s just about running down the home stretch. On the surface, there’s no functional reason to doubt Indianapolis can beat Houston, but division games can be weird things. Just because the Colts knocked out the Texans in October doesn’t mean it’s going to happen again, and winning this game is key to staying in the chase. Keep in mind that Houston beat Tennessee just two weeks ago, so they have the option inside AFC South to play the spoiler. Now I just want to see how this one plays out.

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