On a snowy Sunday in Philadelphia, the Eagles running game excelled to defeat the Detroit Lions.
Philadelphia running backs combined for 286 rushing yards and Chris Polk capped the scoring with a 38-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter that iced a 34-20 victory over Detroit. A California native, Chris has never played in snowy [...]Continue Reading →
It started at the beginning of the second quarter with an interception from Lavonte David and turned into a full-fledged feeding frenzy – a hungry defense that surrendered 27 points to the Panthers last week avenging a disappointing loss to a divisional foe — swatting down passes, dislodging the football and taking down quarterback E.J. Manuel play, [...]Continue Reading →
According to the NFL, Eagles tight end Zach Ertz has been named Week 13′s Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week. The award is based on fan voting.
Ertz put together a career performance in the Eagles’ 24-21 victory over the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday. He caught 5 passes for 68 yards (13.6 average, long of 16) and [...]Continue Reading →
Washington Redskins tight end Logan Paulsen knows a thing or two about labels.
Conventional tight end. Prototypical blocking tight end. Throwback player. Lumberjack.
These are all terms that have been used to describe and confine the fourth-year tight end out of UCLA that no NFL team was willing to spend a draft pick on.
As [...]Continue Reading →
Tight end Zach Ertz is looking to build off of his breakout performance last Sunday against Arizona. The team’s second-round pick hauled in five catches for a career-high 68 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
The 6-foot-5, 250-pound Ertz caused damage in the tight confines of the red zone as well as a downfield receiver. [...]Continue Reading →
Need more proof fans are smitten with Kiko Alonso?
The Buffalo Bills’ rookie leads all inside linebackers in Pro Bowl voting. He has almost twice as many votes as Luke Kuechly and more than twice the votes of Patrick Willis.
The weekly Pro Bowl update shows Alonso has 265,232 votes, more than 72,000 votes ahead [...]Continue Reading →