Philadelphia Eagles Win Over Jacksonville Jaguars: History Repeating

August 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It was a welcoming sight after eight long months of offseason madness, almost a cabin fever type feeling, and the Philadelphia Eagles made some nice first impressions of the 2010 season.
Last night's game proved to be the second consecutive preseason win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in two years, but the more interesting point is the how it marked the second time the Eagles beat the Jaquars in a preseason game by just a mere point—possibly indicating the Eagles are picking up right where they left off.
Every unit from the first string down to the third string played well.
Quarterback Kevin Kolb looked fantastic completing six of 11 passes, for 95 yards, and a near touchdown connection with tight end Brent Celek. He did hit Eagles star receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin a few times for nice completions, but the thing about Kolb that impressed me the most was the overall maturity he showed.
What I mean by that is Kevin wasn't willing to force anyth...

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