Paul Domowitch covers the Eagles and the NFL for the Inquirer, where he has worked since 1982. He has covered more than 30 Super Bowls and has been a selector for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last 18 years.

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Eagles-Bengals scouting report: The Birds look to avoid an 0-3 start

Eagles-Bengals scouting report, including key matchups, keys to the game and a prediction.

The Eagles want to throw the ball deep, but can they do that and still keep Carson Wentz in one piece? | Early Birds

Wentz had another poor performance Sunday in the Eagles' loss to the Rams. But on the bright side, his sack total went from eight in Week 1 to zero.

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.

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.

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.

Book excerpt: Former Eagles owner Leonard Tose loved that he had money, and he couldn’t stop spending it

A new book looks at Leo Carlin's half-century with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Eagles-Rams: All the numbers (well, mostly all) that matter in this NFC Week 2 matchup

This will be the third time in the last four years the Eagles and Rams have squared off. The previous two games were played in LA, and the Eagles won both.

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.

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.

After giving up 8 sacks to Washington, can the Eagles slow down Rams star Aaron Donald? | Paul Domowitch

“There’s nobody else like him in this business,” said former Eagles lineman Brian Baldinger. Ten-time Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas said, “It could get really ugly.”