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Recent articles by Paul:

Five reasons the Eagles lost to the Rams

The Eagles never led, and showed some of the same weaknesses against Los Angeles that they showed against Washington. → Read More

Eagles can’t stop the Rams’ running game, allow most rushing yards since 2016 in 37-19 loss

A week after holding Washington to 2.2 yards per carry, the Eagles gave up 191 rushing yards to the Rams in a 37-19 loss. → Read More

Grading the Eagles following a 37-19 loss to the Rams in Week 2

Grading the Eagles following their 18-point loss to the Rams. → Read More

Joe Banner says Eagles' Week 1 loss may have Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman wondering how good the team is

In his weekly Q&A with The Inquirer's Paul Domowitch, the former Eagles president discusses the Birds' offensive line woes, Zach Ertz's contract frustration and the Cam Newton-Bill Belichick marriage. → Read More

Eagles vs. Rams predictions: Birds need to bounce back, but it’s a tall order

Before the season, this looked like a win for the Eagles. After Sunday's loss to Washington, it's hard to know what to expect. → Read More

Carson Wentz vs. Jared Goff: 5 years later, who is the better quarterback?

On Sunday, the Rams' Goff and the Eagles' Wentz, the top two picks in the 2016 draft, will face off for the third time in their careers. → Read More

Eagles-Rams scouting report: Matchups, keys to the game, prediction

Eagles-Rams scouting breakdown, including the game's key matchups, three keys to the game and a prediction. → Read More

Five reasons the Eagles lost to Washington

The Eagles led by 17-0 and had the ball two minutes before halftime. What turned the game into a bad loss? → Read More

Pressure or no pressure, Eagles need Carson Wentz to be a lot better than he was in Sunday’s collapse

Wentz spent the first 28 minutes of Sunday's game making a case for why he is one of the league's quarterbacks. Then he spent the last 32 making a case for why he's not. → Read More

Report card: Eagles grade low in disappointing D.C. loss to start 2020 season

Handing out the grades on the Eagles' 27-17 loss to Washington. → Read More

Eagles beat writers make their predictions for the Washington season opener

It's hard to know if the Eagles are ready for the season, but at least they should be better than Washington. → Read More

Scouting report for Eagles-Washington Football Team season opener

Breaking down Sunday's Week 1 game between the Eagles and Washington, including matchups to watch and keys to the game. → Read More

The Eagles believe in Carson Wentz’s leadership on and off the field

Wentz has battled injuries, faced anonymous sniping in the media, and has yet to finish a playoff game. But he’s grown as a teammate, and the Eagles players respect him as the franchise player. → Read More

Eagles need their special teams to be special again

Special teams coordinator Dave Fipp had a voice in the Eagles' roster decisions last weekend. Now he needs the players he helped keep make key contributions. → Read More

With DeSean Jackson healthy again, explosive-play potential returns to Eagles’ offense

If 33-year-old DeSean Jackson can stay healthy, the Eagles might regain the quick-strike capability they had in Week 1 against Washington last season. → Read More

Eagles set 53-man roster with cuts including Sidney Jones and Shareef Miller

Jones spent much of the Eagles’ short training camp in a familiar place, on the sideline hurt. The team just didn’t have any faith that he could stay healthy. → Read More

Eagles release 12 players, including three running backs

Elijah Holyfield and undrafted rookies Adrian Killins and Michael Warren were released. The team needs to make 14 more cuts by Saturday to get down to 53. → Read More

Don’t rush to judgment on Eagles 2020 draft class

The Eagles had 10 draft picks this year, their most since 2011. But, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's probably going to take longer to make any judgments on the quality of this class. → Read More

Are the Eagles at a competitive disadvantage without home fans? NFL commissioner says no

The seven teams that have announced they will be allowing fans in their stadiums for games are Miami, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Dallas, Tampa Bay and Cleveland. → Read More

Why the Eagles didn’t enter the Yannick Ngakoue sweepstakes

The former Jaguar would've made the Eagles' pass rush one of the best in the NFL. He also would've complicated their salary cap situation going forward. → Read More