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A picture on a wall inside the Philadelphia Eagles‘ practice

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Vince Lombardi Trophy with the words “The New Norm” written across the middle.Coach Doug Pederson coined the phrase after the team beat the New England Patriots to win its first Super Bowl.The Eagles finally got a taste of championship success and they want more. Only eight teams in NFL history have repeated as Super Bowl champs Brandon Brooks Jersey , none since the Patriots did it after the 2004 season.It’s a tough task, but the Eagles are determined to build a dynasty. They won’t be underdogs anymore as they were throughout last year’s playoffs. Teams are coming for them and they believe they’ll be ready for the challenge.“It’s a great opportunity for us this season,” Pederson said. “Great motivating factor for us to sort of rip off the dog masks and no longer be the underdog, but now be the hunted. Have the target on our back.”Several key players who missed Philadelphia’s playoff run are returning from injuries, including quarterback Carson Wentz, nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters and playmaking linebacker Jordan Hicks. They’ll make sure their teammates stay hungry.“The biggest thing is the culture we’ve created, the team-first mentality, a bunch of unselfish players and the camaraderie we’ve built,” Wentz said. “I don’t see why the sky can’t be the limit for us going forward again. We have high expectations, the city has high expectations and we love that.”Some things to know about the Eagles, who open the season Sept. 6 against Atlanta:INSURANCE POLICY: The Eagles are in a unique position with a backup quarterback who was the Super Bowl MVP. Nick Foles will be under center until doctors clear Wentz to return following surgery to repair a torn ACL and LCL last December. Foles will then return to the sideline without complaining. Foles has no ego http://www.eagleslockerroom.com/authent ... son-jersey , understands his role and is close with Wentz. He didn’t demand a trade to go start somewhere else, loves playing for the Eagles and enjoys the city. It’s an ideal scenario. Foles played poorly in the preseason — minus several starters around him — but he gets a pass after sensational playoff performances.MORE WEAPONS: Rookie tight end Dallas Goedert, a second-round pick, was impressive in the preseason and joins Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz to form matchup nightmares for opposing defenses, especially inside the red zone. Versatile running back Darren Sproles returns after missing most of last season, giving the offense another threat coming out of the backfield.THE UNDERDOGS: An offensive line that features two All-Pros — right tackle Lane Johnson and center Jason Kelce — and Pro Bowl right guard Brandon Brooks along with left guard Stefen Wisniewski may have been the best in the league last season and now gets Peters back to protect the quarterback’s blind side. Halapoulivaati Vaitai, who was shaky in the preseason, has plenty of experience after filling in for Johnson in 2016 and Peters in 2017.FRONT FOUR: The addition of three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett and five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata strengthens a deep line that was No. 1 against the run last year.Starting defensive tackle Tim Jernigan is coming off back surgery and it’s uncertain when he’ll return plus Vinny Curry and Beau Allen moved on.But Bennett, Ngata and the emergence of second-year pro Derek Barnett should help this unit stay dominant. Fletcher Cox is one of the best interior linemen in the NFL. End Brandon Graham played at a high level and veteran Chris Long showed he had plenty left in the tank.COVER GUYS: Cornerback is another strength for the defense led by starters Ronald Darby and Jalen Mills. Sidney Jones, a 2017 second-round pick who missed nearly the entire season following surgery on his Achilles before the draft, and rookie Avonte Maddox had a strong battle for the nickel spot and provide plenty of depth.COACHING CHANGES: Offensive coordinator Frank Reich left to become the head coach in Indianapolis and quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo became the offensive coordinator in Minnesota. Mike Groh replaced Reich and Press Taylor took DeFilippo’s spot. Both coaches already were part of the team’s staff and have familiarity with the system and the players.NFL Power Rankings 2018: Week 5 Edition Week 4 of the 2018 NFL regular season schedule is in the books. Now it’s time to see where all 32 teams rank. For reference purposes Womens Timmy Jernigan Jersey , here is a link to last week’s NFL Power Rankings.BLG’S WEEK 5 NFL POWER RANKINGS1 - Kansas City Chiefs (Last Week: 1) - Pat Mahomes is the TRUTH and Andy Reid is such a good coach ... in the regular season, at least.2 - Los Angeles Rams (LW: 2) - The Rams are for real. That offense is scary. Jared Goff was dropping dimes against Minnesota’s defense.3 - New Orleans Saints (LW: 5) - Not unlike years past, the Saints have weathered a shaky start to jump out to 3-1. Alvin Kamara is one of the most dangerous players in the league.4 - Jacksonville Jaguars (LW: 6) - The Jags bounced back with a win. Their defense is still tough.5 - New England Patriots (LW: 12) - Classic Patriots. Fall down to 1-2 and bounce back with a dominant 38-7 win over a previously undefeated Miami team. (Where have I seen that final score before?)6 - Green Bay Packers (LW: 10) - After losing in Washington last week, the Packers returned home to shut out Buffalo at home. Easy.7 - Chicago Bears (LW: 13) - Prior to Week 4, the Bears’ defense was carrying the team while Mitchell Trubisky was struggling. Trubisky finally stepped up this weekend by throwing six touchdowns on just 26 passing attempts against Tampa Bay. Talk about efficiency. 8 - Tennessee Titans (LW: 20) - The Titans are 3-1 after beating the reigning Super Bowl champs. This team has character. They’ve really fought hard under Mike Vrabel. 9 - Carolina Panthers (LW: 9) - The Panthers had a bye. They’ll host the G-Men this week, which presents a real opportunity to get to 3-1. 10 - Cincinnati Bengals (LW: 16) - Cincy hung tough and found a way to win in Atlanta. Solid team. 11 - Baltimore Ravens (LW: 17) - It feels like Joe Flacco is having his best season since forever ago. The Ravens drafting Lamar Jackson really lit a fire under his butt. 12 - Washington Redskins (LW: 11) - Good week for Washington. They didn’t even have to play a game and still ended up being first in the NFC East. Washington returns to action with a game in New Orleans. Tough test.13 - Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 3) - The Eagles had a 93.1% win probability after going up 17-3 on Sunday. Then the defense blew the lead and Philly lost in overtime. It’s apparent the Eagles have a number of issues, with a struggling secondary being chief among them. 14 - Atlanta Falcons (LW: 8) - I’d argue the Falcons are better than their 1-3 record indicates. They only have a point differential of -6. They’ve had a tough schedule so far.15 - Minnesota Vikings (LW: 15) - Kirk Cousins is Tony Romo. Post good stats, choke the game away, get absolved of blame. But the real issue with Minnesota is their struggling defense. Dating back to the 2018 NFC Championship Game, the Vikings have allowed 29.6 points per game in their last five matchups. 16 - Miami Dolphins (LW: 4) - Who would’ve guessed the Dolphins were fraudulent? Just about everyone. Yup. Not like I had them high my power rankings last week.17 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW: 7) - It was only a matter of time before Ryan Fitzpatrick turned back into a pumpkin. The bigger issue for the Bucs, though Stefen Wisniewski Jersey , is that their defense is porous. 18 - Los Angeles Chargers (LW: 18) - The Chargers just barely managed to beat C.J. Beathard. For that, I award them no change in their ranking. 19 - PIttsburgh Steelers (LW: 14) - Pittsburgh is now 1-2-1 after losing to Baltimore. This team could easily be 1-3. The potential good news is that Le’Veon Bell plans to return, but not until after the team’s Week 7 bye. 20 - Denver Broncos (LW: 19) - Case Keenum had a wide open Demaryius Thomas for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter but he simply overthrew him. That’s what happens when your quarterback is Case Keenum. All told, still a solid showing against an undefeated Kansas City squad.21 - Seattle Seahawks (LW: 22) - The Seahawks eked out a win over a bad Arizona squad. They also lost Earl Thomas for the season. This team is going nowhere fast. 22 - Dallas Cowboys (LW: 28) - The Cowboys easily could’ve lost at home to Detroit but they managed to sneak away with a win on a late field goal. 23 - Cleveland Browns (LW: 21) - Cleveland got screwed by the refs. This team has had some bad luck early on in the season. (Not to mention the past billion years.)24 - San Francisco 49ers (LW: 24) - Gotta give the Niners credit for hanging tough with Beathard at quarterback. 25 - Houston Texans (LW: 30) - Houston is on the board after managing to beat Indy. Deshaun Watson had his best game of the season.26 - Indianapolis Colts (LW: 23) - Frank Reich is drawing some criticism for playing to win instead of being conservative and playing to tie. I say screw those critics. Herm Edwards had it right: you PLAY to WIN the GAME!27 - Detroit Lions (LW: 25) - Well, they’re showing fight, but they’re still not good. 28 - Oakland Raiders (LW: 31) - The Raiders got some help from the refs to avoid going 0-4. 29 - Buffalo Bills (LW: 26) - After a big upset win in Minny last week, Buffalo managed to score exactly zero points in Green Bay. The good and bad of Josh Allen. 30 - New York Jets (LW: 27) - The J-E-T-S have dropped three straight after winning in Week 1.31 - New York Giants (LW: 29) - It was foolish to think the Giants were “back” just because they beat Houston last week. This team clearly isn’t any good. Pat Shurmur is staring 1-4 in the face with a game in Carolina up next. 32 - Arizona Cardinals (LW: 32) - The Cardinals actually looked competitive after benching Sam Bradford and replacing him with Josh Rosen. Shocking!

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