The Philadelphia Eagles scored 30 unanswered second-half points and cruised to a 37-9 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Dallas led 9-7 at halftime but Philadelphia tallied touchdowns on its first three drives in the second half to pull away.
“This is a Hall of Famer initiative,” Shestakofsky said. “That being said, we were aware of it.”
Morgan spent most of his 22-year career with the Cincinnati Reds and the Houston Astros franchise. Along with Pete Rose and Hall of Famers Johnny Bench and Tony Perez, Morgan helped the Reds win back-to-back World Series championships in 1975 and 1976. Cincinnati also reached the World Series in 1972, Morgan’s first year with the Reds.
Morgan was the National League MVP in 1975 and 1976 and was named an All-Star in each of his eight seasons with the Reds. He was a .271 career hitter with 268 home runs, 1,133 RBIs, 1,650 runs scored and 689 stolen bases, 11th most in baseball history.
The Jags made a great decision to carry Wash over from Gus Bradley’s staff. The stockpiling of talent through the draft and free agency has paid off, as the NFL’s most ferocious pass-rushing unit has been built from Calais Campbell through Jalen Ramsey. Wash, the chief architect of Sacksonville, deserves the design award.
Pederson of course has a big hand in what Philadelphia is doing to light up the scoreboard, but it wouldn’t be possible without Reich’s creative, college-like concepts for Wentz.
Gurley might not have faced enough adversity in a sophomore slump to get strong enough consideration for a true “comeback.” With J.J. Watt back on the shelf, however, these are the only two in Gronk’s rearview.