Video: Wentz & Cox Tell Us That The Eagles Are Still A Hungry Team

Philadelphia Eagles’ Carson Wentz (11) scrambles against the Carolina Panthers in the second half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone)

The Eagles are a 5-1 football team and they’re sitting in the driver’s seat in the NFC East and in the NFC.  They are only team that is undefeated both in the NFC East and in the NFC.  With the loss last night by the Kansas City Chiefs, they now have the best record in all of National Football League.

Don’t start celebrating though, because it’s still very early.  Eagles wide receiver Torrey Smith, who won a Super Bowl title with the Baltimore Ravens, talked about teams in the past that had gotten off to a hot start in the first half of the season, then faded in the second half.

In the following video, Carson Wentz and Fletcher Cox talk about not being satisfied with a fast start and what they need to do to continue the success.

 

7 thoughts on “Video: Wentz & Cox Tell Us That The Eagles Are Still A Hungry Team

  1. I still remember that fateful game against Green Bay. Had a lot of hope that season until Bryce Paup went low on Randall. Amazing that we went 10-6 with gimpy Jim McMahon, Jeff Kemp, and Pat Ryan.

  2. Eagles ZERO continues to be stupid… I guess there is no cure

    The birds could be the browns and opt for dumb dumb Deshone Kizer who was out partying like a fool before a game in which he got benched!
    I think we can guarantee that mr. Meh won’t be doing that

    1. Completely different situations. Falcons were desperate for a spark on the road knowing they only had so much time before Brady got going. Eagles WERE IN CONTROL of the Giants game, and invited giants to come right back in…doug was so lucky giants bailed him out by fucking up on the goalline

      1. Fact of the matter is the conventional wisdom of kick it away every single fourth down is eroding… belichik has done it on 4 and 5 etc…. it was s much more common place

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