Jeff McLane began covering the Eagles in April 2009 after covering college sports and Penn State football in particular. Before that he wrote about high school sports and before that he worked in the mailroom (not quite).

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Eagles’ abysmal screen game is the surest sign Doug Pederson’s offense is cracked | Film analysis

The Eagles have attempted 24 screens this season and have completed only 15 for a total of 55 yards and a 2.3-yard average.

Where does the Eagles’ salary cap situation stand for 2021? | Early Birds

They have about $265 million earmarked toward 2021, which would put them approximately $65 million to $75 million over the projected cap number.

How much is Howie Roseman responsible for the Eagles’ debacle of a season? | Jeff McLane

This roster is an unmitigated disaster, the product of poor personnel moves made since the Eagles won the Super Bowl in 2017. Roseman’s decisions this offseason have been particularly egregious.

Doug Pederson repeats mistakes in Eagles’ loss to the Browns | Jeff McLane

Carson Wentz's struggles, coupled with defensive penalties, cost the Eagles another chance to win Sunday. Whatever it says about Pederson and his staff, it isn’t good.

Eagles-Browns Up-Down Drill: Jason Peters has another brutal day

Peters had been playing better of late, but he struggled Sunday even with Brown defensive end Myles Garrett out.

What would it take for the Eagles to bench Carson Wentz for Jalen Hurts? | Jeff McLane

Wentz had four turnovers in just over two quarters against the Cowboys three weeks ago, and yet coach Doug Pederson said that he never considered a change.

Eagles at Browns: Our beat writers’ predictions for Week 11

It's unanimous again. But we were all wrong last week.

Eagles’ pass offense is historically bad. So why aren’t they running more? | Film analysis

The Eagles average only 4.96 yards per pass play this season. If that number holds, it would be their lowest average since 1999.

The Eagles got shorter at cornerback. It’s not working out. | Early Birds

Plus, how the Eagles respond after a deflating loss at the Giants could say a lot about how they’ll navigate this final stretch.

It’s time for Eagles coach Doug Pederson to stop babying Carson Wentz | Jeff McLane

Pederson coaches his quarterback like he’s the 2017 version of himself, who went 11-2 as a starter, and not the one who’s gone 17-18-1 since.