Fran Duffy brings next-level analysis to Philadelphia Eagles football every week, talking football with current and former NFL players, coaches and analysts. Hardcore football junkies will appreciate the X’s and O’s, while all listeners will become the smartest fans at their gameday get-togethers. As an Official Eagles Entertainment podcast, Eagle Eye In The Sky dives deep into the film to raise the level of player evaluations, coaching philosophies, team-building strategies, and insights about every team in the league. Every snap tells a story — and Fran is joined by special guests to bring insights you won’t find anywhere else.
EESP 377: Jets Preview
Fran Duffy catches up with Ben Fennell and the Jets' Eric Allen to discuss the upcoming matchup at MetLife Stadium in Week 13.
EESP 376: Giants Recap | Jets Preview
Fran Duffy is joined by Greg Cosell to break down what they saw from the film in the Eagles loss against the Giants before turning their attention to the New York Jets in Week 13.
EESP 375: A Giants Preview | Jonathan Gannon 1-on-1
Fran Duffy and Ben Fennel get you ready for Eagles-Giants after Fran chats with Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon about his unit's performance against the New Orleans Saints.
EESP 374: Saints Recap | Giants Preview
Greg Cosell joins Fran Duffy on the show to do a thorough breakdown of the Eagles win over New Orleans before taking a small peek at the New York Giants.
EESP 373: Saints Game Preview | Shane Steichen 1-on-1
Fran Duffy is joined by Ben Fennell and Seth Gallina to preview the Eagles-Saints matchup after catching up with Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen.
EESP 372: Broncos Recap | Saints Preview
Fran Duffy and Greg Cosell go to the tape to break down the Eagles win in Denver before previewing Sunday's matchup with New Orleans.
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While watching the All-22, nothing frustrates me more than watching wide open receivers not being targeted. During last week's Giants game, much has been said about Devonta Smith being open on the last Eagles play of the game, but at the end of the first half, I also noticed a crossing route by an open Dallas Goddard at the goal line. Instead of an easy touchdown pass, an interception was thrown on 4th down. Is there anything that can be done to improve Jalen Hurts' ability to see open receivers? I have seen this happen too often. Or do you tend to believe that this is part of a skill set that a quarterback must have naturally?
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Was Jalen hurts ankle issue a reason he was not throwing off his back foot?thank you for the excellent reviews. We as fans enjoy them. Some of my customers probably don’t appreciate hearing Eagles news here in Oklahoma. Part of the cost of getting custom granite work here. Listening to me stream the broadcast while doing the install. Thanks for keeping us in touch.
Brandon brooks update?
I remember they gave him around an 8week timetable after week 2 injury.