How to Watch the Eagles’ New Orleans Saints Game Without Being a Catrin fan

It’s been more than two weeks since the Eagles traded for former Catrin teammate Vernon Davis, and now the team has a new starting quarterback, an exciting young receiver and a new offensive coordinator who could be on the way soon.

We asked a handful of NFL sources about what you can expect to see from the Eagles this season.

Here’s what they had to say:We’ve known for weeks that the Eagles will add veteran quarterback Carson Wentz to a roster that’s built for success.

But how long will that last?

We talked to a handful players on both sides of the ball to get an inside look at the long-term future of Wentz and his development.

What’s next for Carson Wentzy?

The Eagles will take on the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday in the preseason finale.

After that, Wentz will face the San Diego Chargers on Aug. 11 and then the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 14.

The Eagles will play at least one home game each season from 2019 through 2021.

If the Eagles get to 10 consecutive NFC Championship Games, the franchise would reach the Super Bowl.

What the Eagles need to do to win this season?

The offense is going to need some help.

Wentz has averaged a mere 3.7 yards per carry in his last three games, and that’s on the road in Houston, New Orleans and Philadelphia.

The defense will have to improve on its 4-3 alignment, but we’re told the Eagles are optimistic that former Eagles cornerback Nolan Carroll can fill in.

Carroll, the only player in the Eagles draft class, played under former Eagles coach Chip Kelly in San Francisco.

He played cornerback at Notre Dame and was a three-year starter for the Eagles.

Is he a fit in Philadelphia?

Yes, Carroll could help in a number of ways, but one of the things we think is important for Carroll is consistency.

We think he can contribute in a lot of different ways, both as a pass-rusher and as a cover guy.

We’re hoping he can step in and play at a position where he’s comfortable, and he can be consistent.

How will the Eagles adjust to playing against a defense like the Saints?

They’re going to face the Saints this year.

They have a pretty strong defense, so we think we can get our work in.

I don’t think we’re going out there to lose.

The offense is still very much in flux.

But I’m sure we’re looking forward to playing them, just like the other games.

How does that translate to football?

Well, we’re still trying to figure out the way we’re playing and how to adjust to this.

That’s a big part of it.

I’m not really concerned about how much we’re up against a lot right now.

We just have to stay focused on how we’re progressing and try to figure things out on the field.

We have a long way to go.

The Eagles are on the lookout for a new head coach.

We’re excited to have Carson Wentzer in Philadelphia.

I know his family has done a lot for him.

He’s had a lot to deal with this year, but it’s always been a team effort to get him back.

I think the Eagles have a good chance to be one of our best teams in the NFL.

What do you think of Wentzer’s leadership style?

I know a lot about the game of football.

But the biggest thing for me is, how we relate to each other.

We work well together.

I’ve had the chance to talk to Carson a lot.

I feel like he’s going to be a great coach.

What does he think about Wentz?

He’s a very good leader.

I like his style of football, and I’m really excited to play for him, too.

Is that a problem for the offense?

The offensive line has been the biggest issue in Philadelphia this year because of injuries.

Do you think Wentz can get rid of the issues on the offensive line?

Yeah, I think he’s the right guy for this job.

I just think we need to focus on our work together.

How will that translate in the offense against the Saints and against the Chargers?

I think the offensive-line issues will be addressed, but the offensive unit, in particular, needs to be improved.

They need to be better as a unit, not just as a position group.

The best example of that is how we were able to get rid, for example, of a defensive end, who we had to put in on injured reserve and then to move to a new defensive end.

How are you going to fix that?

We’ll continue to work with Carson on that.

Are you excited about the offensive players coming back?

I’m very excited about them.

There are some guys that I’ve really liked on the team, and the one that

Back To Top