Philadelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Odds, Analysis, NFL Betting Pick

One of the keys to big-time success in the NFL is winning away from home, and the Philadelphia Eagles did just that on their way to the Super Bowl last year, going 6-2 straight up and 5-3 against the spread on the road. Philadelphia opens this season’s road schedule with a trip to Tampa to take on

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Africans in the NFL: Will Alvin Kamara dominate again?

Francis Okupa, Special to KweséESPN Last NFL season saw the African conversation dominated by New Orleans Saints rookie Alvin Kamara, with a bit of Nelson Agholor of the Eagles thrown in, but what will 2018 hold? With kickoff right around the corner, on Thursday 6 September, here are the African players

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2018 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Buyer beware with these 12 Draft Day busts

There’s always a point in every draft when a player falls to you in a certain round that you have to take him, even if you don’t expect him to produce at a high level. It’s all about value. Our job, for better or worse, is to judge a player’s worth. And we do that relative to where he

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Trump says White House will 'celebrate America' instead of hosting Super Bowl victors Eagles

President Donald Trump said Monday night that the Super Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagles are “unable” to visit the White House on Tuesday because they “disagree with their President” on the protests that saw many NFL players kneeling for the National Anthem. The National Football

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Eagles' Chris Long recruits Vince Young, other NFL vets to climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Picture this: Chris Long, Vince Young, Nate Boyer and a former UFC fighter walk into Tanzania, then climb Mount Kilimanjaro together. This is not a joke. This is reality. As told to CBSSports.com in a release by The Chris Long Foundation, the veteran Philadelphia Eagles defensive end is set to host his

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Bears can learn lessons from soaring Eagles to come out of hibernation

On the surface, it sure looks as if blueprints for a football revival at Halas Hall have been borrowed from the Eagles. A young general manager hired a former Andy Reid offensive assistant away from the Chiefs and paired him with an established defensive coordinator possessing a track record for success

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