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Which NFL rookie receivers will be most productive in 2021? My Top Seven Analysis Based Rankings – NFL.com
2) DeVonta Smith. Passes meant to run over 10 aerial yards were not a source of success for the 2020 Eagles. According to Next Generation stats, Philadelphia had a 9:12 hit / interception ratio on those targets per compared to wide receivers last year, as well as a 40.3 receiving percentage on those passes (30th in the NFL). Smith’s consistent journey and his ability to get breakup predictions to help change that this season. His 4.0 receiving yards per course over the past two seasons topped the FBS charts. Computer vision shows that last year the Heisman Trophy winner had the highest percentage of receptions in which he had more than 3 feet of separation at the time of capture despite a defender falling within 3 feet from him on the way to the road. This continues in the yards after the catch; Smith increased his speed once he got the ball in his hands at the FBS’s third-highest rate of 2020. [BLG Note: Smith is No. 2 only behind Ja’Marr Chase despite being the third WR drafted.]

The Eagles question of the day: What are reasonable expectations for Nick Sirianni’s first year as head coach? -BGN
Having said that, I hope to see a more balanced attack that uses the running play and can be successful with explosive plays from the receivers. I want to see an attack that thrills the fans with continuous improvement, rather than breaking down in the middle of the season. Sirianni has often talked about improving by one percent every day, and I would like that to hold true throughout the season and for the team to end up stronger than they started. Until we have a better idea of ​​what the depth graph will look like, I’m going to be recording all kinds of season record predictions, but things have to be better than last year. What are some of your (reasonable) expectations for Nick Sirianni’s first year as head coach?

Falcons 2021 schedule predictions: The Eagles in week 1 – The Falcool
Falcons 30 – Eagles 21. The Eagles appear to be a rebuilding team. They chose not to tackle one of the top QBs in the draft and now it looks like Jalen Hurts is their starter, although veteran Joe Flacco could certainly push for the job at training camp. Philadelphia still has some good players in the lineup and guys like Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox can still wreak havoc on the defensive end of the ball. That said, Arthur Smith is going to want to start his head coaching career with a big win. He’s going to go all out and Dean Pees is a veteran defensive coordinator who’ll mix up the covers to torment Hurts. I like Atlanta’s chances of starting with a win.

Introducing the 2021 Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders – PE.com
The results arrived. Meet your 2021 Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders!

Three controversial Dallas Cowboys opinions one month away from training camp – Blogging The Boys
The Cowboys don’t need to trade anyone before the start of the season. Since 2021 NFL Draft there have been no Cowboys players named as possible business candidates more than Leighton Vander Esch and Jaylon Smith. While it’s certainly fair to have every conversation that comes up, the past year has really highlighted just how much a list can be tested due to injury. It is natural to want to trade someone like Vander Esch, given that he is in his contract year with the club. Many want to make sure that the team gets something for him which won’t necessarily be the case if he goes in free agency. Still, having someone like LVE for depth is a position a lot of NFL teams would love to be in. The point isn’t to say the Cowboys are loaded at linebacker, but they have a lot more depth than they did at the end of last season.

Eli Manning joins Giants’ organization, team sets date for # 10 retirement – Big Blue View
The Giants press release says Eli will be working with the Giants organization in a high-profile role that will see him involved in content creation, fan engagement, business development and marketing. For his part, Eli is just happy to be back in the Giants facility and around his former teammates.

Raiders player Carl Nassib turns gay, first active player in NFL history
Las Vegas Adventurers defensive lineman Carl Nassib became the first active NFL player in history to announce he’s gay. “What’s up folks,” Nassib posted on Instagram. “I am at home in West Chester, PA. I just wanted to take a moment to say I’m gay. I’ve been meaning to do this for a while now, but I finally feel comfortable pulling it off my chest. I really have the best life, the best family, the best friends, and the best job a man could ask for. […] NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has pledged his support for Nassib, he told Outsports in a statement: “The NFL family is proud of Carl for courageously sharing his truth today,” ” Representation matters. We share his hope that one day soon statements like his will no longer be newsworthy as we march towards full equality for the LGBTQ + community. We wish Carl the best of luck for the season at come.

Monday Football Monday # 42: Rumors of hard-hitting candidates, potential uniform changes + teams under pressure – The SB Nation NFL Show
RJ Ochoa and Pete Sweeney discuss possible candidates for 2021 Hard Knocks, rumors of team uniform changes, and teams that are sort of under pressure at the start of the season.

MMA time with Ariel Helwani returns to SB Nation’s MMA fight – SB Nation
Ariel Helwani comes home. Award-winning journalist returns to SB Nation’s MMA Fight, the premier destination for mixed martial arts and combat sports coverage, and will bring back one of the most popular and influential programs in MMA history: MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani. The franchise is relaunched this summer as a bi-weekly SB Nation and Vox Media Podcast Network podcast and as a video series on MMA Fighting’s YouTube channel. Fans can look forward to the in-depth interviews with Helwani’s signing starting Monday, August 16: subscribe to the podcast and Youtube channel today.

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