Those two groups have really stood out in these first three games." Everybody practiced for the Eagles; tight end Zach Ertz (displaced rib) and cornerback Leodis Mc Kelvin (hamstring) seem on target to return this week against Detroit . Pederson said Schwartz's experience as the Lions' head coach from 2009-13 will help him succeed if that happens.
"I'm just hoping that nobody comes calling, because I'd like to keep him around on my staff.
But just knowing the role, knowing the position, and I think, too, the second time around, if he were given that opportunity, he'd probably do some things differently than what he did the first time" .
Carson Wentz returned to North Dakota during the bye week for the first time since he became a national sensation while leading the Eagles to a 3-0 start to the season. It's only three games and we have a long way to go." Wentz admitted that he had had enough of the downtime by the end of the week.
He went hunting, spent time with friends and family, and attended North Dakota State's homecoming. He has programmed himself to operate on a quarterback's schedule. So while the week back home was nice - it was his first time back in North Dakota since arriving for training camp - he is where he wants to be.
He came to the Daily News from the Charlotte Observer in May 1983, just as the Sixers were winning the NBA championship.
"Pretty much the same as always," the quarterback said.This page lists public record sources in Grant County, North Dakota.Additional resources can be found on our North Dakota State Public Records page, on city pages, and on topic pages using the navigation above."They have protected Carson in throwing situations, and, obviously, have done a nice job in the run game."Then you look at the defensive side, the way they created turnovers and the way our pass rush - that's one thing, I challenge both offensive and defensive lines each week, that's where you win and lose football games, in my opinion, is up front. On a conference call with reporters covering the Lions, Doug Pederson was asked about defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz possibly becoming a head coach again, if the Eagles' success continues."Getting out there; my brother (Zach) was with me, getting that buck with the bow, seeing some family and friends." Doug Pederson was asked Wednesday to name a player or group that has exceeded expectations.