Eagles news: Justin Jefferson ‘happier’ to be in Minnesota instead of Philadelphia

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Justin Jefferson: I Was Shocked When Philly Didn’t Recruit Me, But I’m Happier In Minnesota – PFT
“Every fake draft made me go to Philly, so when Philly was on the board, getting a phone call, and being Minnesota, it was definitely a shock. I’m definitely happy—much happier—to be here than there,” Jefferson said. I thought he would formulate it.” I’m excited about it. Jefferson said. Eagles fans may be watching in frustration, wondering how different things would have been if the Eagles made the right choice on raffle night two years ago.

Preview of the attack of the eagles against the Vikings in numbers – BGN
This will be a very difficult match for the Eagles’ defense. The Vikings can run the ball really effectively, use the play movement really well, and they have a wide receiver. The Eagles minor is pretty good and this might be a game to sit in more 2nd-shells and Jefferson’s arc as possible. If they do, we’ll have to see more Jordan Davis in the early descents or the Vikings will continue to run first to take advantage of the light chests. Also, the linebacker in particular has to be very wary of movement play as the Vikings have been incredibly effective with movement play last week. The Vikings use a lot of midfield action which means Kirk Cousins ​​will have to turn his back on defense so hopefully we’ll see a lot of spin after the snap as well in order to change the picture he’s looking at.

Eye on the Enemy #107: 3 must-see headlines for Eagles-Vikings Week 2 – BGN Radio
Jon Stolnes shares 3 key encounters to watch this week against the Vikings and explains why Kirk Cousins ​​and Justin Jefferson are downright intimidating. Also, Jonathan Gannon needs to get his acting together.

Spadaro: What would AJ Brown do for an appearance? – PE.com
What does he do in his second match as an eagle? How does wide receiver AJ Brown follow up on a 10-time, 155-yard show for the first time last Sunday? He keeps it simple because – as much as he is excited about playing at Lincoln Financial Field for the first time, in prime time to boot, against a very good team Minnesota Vikings Team – Football is football and this is another step in the story which is the 2022 regular season. However, there is something special about this for Brown. He’s spoken since day one after becoming Eagles about the “love” he’s received from the Eagles fans – and yes, fans, you make a really big difference and the players and the team hear you – and so you run through a tunnel on the pitch for the first time in a very important game of special significance . Brown is someone who cherishes this relationship and lives, breathes, and enjoys every moment as an eagle. So while Monday is “just another game,” he said, there’s a special midnight green for the occasion.

NFL Week 2 game picks, table guide, fantasy football tips, odds, injuries, stats to know and more – ESPN
Block betting: Cousins ​​are 2-9 and ATS at Monday Night Football, despite winning and covering their previous two games like that. And since 2010, the Vikings are 0-7 ATS as an underdog in Monday Night Football.

NFL Game Week 2 picks: Buccaneers beat Saints; Steelers Patriots down 0-2 – NFL.com
The Eagles’ defense was less than the sum of its parts in Detroit, which could pose a problem against a Vikings attack that’s not just limited to Sean McVeigh’s old playbook. Kevin O’Connell did a great job mixing up the schemes he worked on and finding ways to get Justin Jefferson open against Packers. The Minnesota line of defense here faces an even tougher test; Jalen Hurts’ ability to be creative when under pressure may be the difference. Hurts is set to have one of the best rush seasons by a quarterback in NFL history.

Norseman Staff NFL Picks, Week 2 – Daily Norseman
[BLG Note: Four out of six DN writers are taking the Vikings to beat the Eagles.]

Detroit Lions safety reportedly fined Tracy Walker after first week’s expulsion – Detroit pride
According to ESPN’s Eric Woodyard, Detroit Lions safety Tracy Walker was fined $11,000 after being sent off in the team’s Week 1 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Walker was fired after being reported for two separate offenses in one play. First, he was called out for unnecessary roughness when he nodded at Eagles’ Galen Hurts, who was on his way to ditching himself across a slide. The Eagles players attacked by hitting and shouting ensued. After being pushed a few times, Walker’s feelings got the best of him, and he swung in the helmet of an Eagles player who drew a second flag and was sent off. “I let my team fall,” Walker said Sunday evening. “I, as the captain of the team, have to be better. I was motivated at the moment, and like I said, I have to make better decisions at the end of the day.”

Cowboys vs.
RJ Ochoa (0-1): The Cowboys in Dallas In a bad place now. Obviously some people still think there is a way this season can be salvaged, but even though we are ‘only’ into week two things are looking incredibly grim. Maybe if the Cowboys face one of the worst teams in the NFL this week, they can find a way to stop the bleeding; However, they have annoyed Cincinnati Bengals The team that seems ready to correct their ship and get back on the right track. These are two ships passing by at night. A toxic franchise once found stability and hopes for long-term success…and the Dallas Cowboys. Bengals win and cover easily, 3-10.

Washington injury update: Jonathan Allen now doubtful, but expected to play – Hughes Haven
G Wes Schweitzer sustained a hamstring injury last week and hasn’t trained this week until he was tied up yesterday. He seems questionable to play, and Martin must be active. Rookie Vidarian Mattis had knee surgery at the end of the season yesterday. Jonathan Allen had a groin injury, but did not have an injury rating until today. He was restricted on Wednesday and Thursday, but he practiced fully yesterday. Washington changed his injury rating to doubtful. He is said to still be playing, despite the change in injury status.

Giants and Panthers injury report final: Kayvon Tibodu and Aziz Ogolari questionable – Big Blue View
The New York Giants Prominent defenders Kayvon Tiboudo and Aziz Ogolari are likely to be missed again on Sunday. Thibodeaux (MCL) and Ojulari (calf) are listed as questionable to play against Carolina Panthers. They didn’t play the first week against Tennessee Titans. Cadarius Toni, the wide receiver, who appeared in Thursday’s injury report with a hamstring injury, was listed as suspect after being a limited participant in Friday’s training. Four Giants were on the OUT list for Sunday’s house opening: CB Aaron Robinson (appendicitis); CB Nick McCloud (hamstring); WR Wan’Dale Robinson (knee); Jason Pinnock (shoulder).

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