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Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy awarded huge Week 12 honor

Twelve weeks into the 2014 NFL season, the league is starting to take shape. It’s easier and easier to see what teams are contenders and which ones are just not ready for primetime. How did each team get to their current point? In part, it was because of the performance, good or bad, of some key players and coaches. Some helped their team, while others hurt the squad. Who fell...
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Philadelphia Eagles bounce back against Titans

The Philadelphia Eagles (8-3) got things rolling again, outplaying the Tennessee Titans (2-9) in just about every statistical category on their way to a 43-24 win. Perhaps the most encouraging takeaway from the game was the play of LeSean McCoy, breaking 100 yards rushing in the first half. The victory proves vital, as the Eagles enter a 3-game stretch that includes two match ups...
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LeSean McCoy bristles at talk of disappointing season

It may not be polite to ask, but at a certain point it gets awkward if we don’t address the elephant in the Philadelphia Eagles’ locker room: what’s wrong with Shady? That’s what analysts, reporters, and lowly bloggers are asking about running back LeSean McCoy. This season McCoy is averaging a career low 3.7 yards per carry, which is a shockingly low number for a player...
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Philadelphia Eagles: Three goals against the Titans

The Philadelphia Eagles (7-3) looked bad last week. But in their defense (pun), I don’t think there are many teams in the league that can go to Green Bay right now and put up a formidable effort. The Eagles now face the Tennessee Titans (2-8) for a very important game. However, the importance is less in the win and more in how they win. While the win is important, there are facets...
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LeSean McCoy to Reporter: Are You Crazy? I’m Same Player as Last Year

Statistically, LeSean McCoy isn’t the same player he was last year, but that has more to do with suspension and injuries to the Eagles offensive line. McCoy got annoyed when a reporter questioned if he was the same guy that won the rushing title a year ago. McCoy bristled at a line of questioning asking if he was the same player that he was in 2013 when he gained 1,607 yards...
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LeSean McCoy leaves press conference after reporter asks if he is the same player

The Eagles reporters had been question LeSean McCoy for 8 minutes until one reporter asked a question that fired up Shady. People are questioning, are you the same player you used to be?” McCoy, whose production has dropped off from last year snapped. “Listen, I don’t care what’s out there,” he said. “I’m not going […] The post LeSean McCoy leaves press conference...
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Five reactions to the Philadelphia Eagles’ big Week 11 loss to the Packers

5 Reactions: Will the Philadelphia Eagles move on from LeSean McCoy next year? Plus, other reactions from Green Bay yesterday. Well, that certainly wasn’t pretty. The Philadelphia Eagles got waxed at Lambeau Field yesterday by Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, and the final damage was a 53-20 loss. The game was reminiscent of the Denver Broncos debacle last year, which was...
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WATCH: LeSean McCoy gives up touchdown ball to deserving Eagles teammate

Somewhere in the middle of all the scoring and the sacking of Cam Newton on Monday Night Football I missed this touching little exchange between Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy and left tackle Jason Peters. In the middle of the third quarter McCoy waltzed into the end zone thanks to some premier blocking from his offensive line. Most players like to keep their touchdown...
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McCoy, Eagles rip ‘terrible’ Texans’ playing field

LeSean McCoy was one of many Philadelphia Eagles players who ripped the playing surface at NRG Stadium in Houston following the Eagles-Texans game on Sunday. McCoy called the field “terrible.” “Yeah, that field is terrible, bad, bad,” McCoy told “PFT Live.” “There’s so many holes, potholes in it, rocky,” McCoy said. “It’s like they measured the squares...
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McCoy finally addresses 20-cent tip he left at Philly burger joint

At long last while allowing the other side to state their case, Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy finally fired back, speaking publicly about the now-infamous $0.20 tip he left on a $61.56 tab at a Philly burger and booze joint on Monday. Talking with reporters, McCoy said that the measly 20-cent tip had everything […] The post LeSean McCoy finally weighs in on ’20...
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September 11, 2014  |  1 Comment

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