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"Clearly there were some plays when the Cowboys did an excellent job in their man coverage scheme," said Jaws, "and that’s when you don’t want to make a mistake, when receivers are covered, do not force the throw.
Maybe he took some sacks, and maybe he threw a couple away, but he did not turn the football over with an interception.
So I’m kind of keeping my eye on the Philadelphia Eagles.” Later in the telecast, Michaels also asked Collinsworth who would be his first overall pick if he played fantasy football.
Perhaps with the Eagles already in his brain, Collinsworth said Le Sean Mc Coy.
Last Sunday night in Dallas, NBC color analyst Cris Collinsworth continuously railed on Nick Foles for not keeping his eyes down the field at the first hint of pressure.
His analysis was contrary to Foles' reputation as a QB who will continue to look down the field for open receivers despite a heavy oncoming rush.
"If this game was in New Orleans, this would really be a tough football game for the Philadelphia Eagles to win. The two games that I did, on the road, for the New Orleans Saints, they struggled in the passing game." In other words, according to Jaws, the worse the conditions this Saturday, the better it will be for the Eagles.
"When Nick Foles is having to hold the ball," explained Collinsworth, "you can see it, the more tape you watch on Nick Foles, where it's not there right away and he starts to run, he tends to drop those eyes and lose focus down the field, and sacks come." Collinsworth's narrative continued throughout the rest of the game.
On Monday, Ron Jaworski went on 97.5 the Fanatic with Mike Missanelli, and disagreed strongly with Collinsworth's analysis.
Collinsworth said he likes the Eagles' chances, via Andrew Porter of CBS: “You know the team that I think will have a chance this year, is the Philadelphia Eagles,” Collinsworth said during the broadcast.
“I just feel like Chip Kelly and what they did in that first year with that offense, I know they didn’t get it all in, and this year maybe a little bit more advanced Nick Foles.