Posted by debasmita | Posted in General Maclin | Posted on 02-01-2013
Wide receiver of Philadelphia Eagles, Jeremy Maclin missed the practice session on Thursday as reported by Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News. Maclin injured his knee while he was practicing on Wednesday. Though it is not that severe one but Maclin’s missing the practice left his status in question. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by debasmita | Posted in Maclin Zone | Posted on 17-12-2012
Jeremy Maclin is injured with groin strain after Sunday’s mind-blowing win over the Bucs. The incident happened just after the final whistle had been blown by the referee. Though it is nothing serious but he will definitely take some time to recover and get ready for the next match. Actually Jeremy was quite slow to come out with it. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by debasmita | Posted in General Maclin | Posted on 17-11-2012
Jeremy Maclin, wide receiver of Philadelphia Eagles is suffering from lower back strain. This news was revealed by the Philadelphia Eagles coach, Andy Reid on Monday. The team has not decided whether he would play on Week 11. Reid also said that Jeremy was sore after the game and after that the pain started growing. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by debasmita | Posted in Maclin Zone | Posted on 10-11-2012
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin of Philadelphia Eagles din’t perform up to the mark against the New Orleans Saints which was held on Monday night. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by debasmita | Posted in Maclin Zone | Posted on 01-11-2012
After being outlined in the first round of 2009 draft, Jeremy Maclin became a well known and reliable player on the Eagles offense. Within three years and after playing five games, Maclin grabbed a total of 209 catches which is really great within such a short span of time. For the Eagles, few of Maclin’s finest games have come up against the Falcons. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by debasmita | Posted in Maclin Zone | Posted on 10-10-2012
After delivering a fabulous performance against Cleveland Browns by catching seven passes for 96 yards, it can be said undoubtedly that Jeremy Maclin is back in his form. He is playing quite well recording a total of 1,000 receiving season. Jeremy is at the top of his career right now. But this guy is disappearing from the limelight and we don’t know the exact reason behind it. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by | Posted in General Maclin | Posted on 05-10-2009
The Philadelphia Eagles are on bye in Week 4 so we won’t be seeing any action from Jeremy Maclin. The Eagles desperately needed this bye week early. They have a few banged up players like Donovan McNabb and Brian Westbrook. It will also give them time to work on the playbook and study their next opponent.
Because I don’t have any stats or critique to bring you this week, I have a quick video of Maclin talking about his first NFL game.
Posted by | Posted in Game Time | Posted on 28-09-2009
The Philadelphia Eagles handed the Kansas City Chiefs a 34-14 loss yesterday in Philly. Donovan McNabb and Brian Westbrook were not in action for the game. This meant it was time for the rookies to show up and prove themselves right? Well, it was true for McCoy but not so much for Jeremy Maclin, who still can’t seem to see regular action on the field.
Jeremy did improve his receptions number from last week though. He went from 2 to 4 receptions. In yesterday’s game, Maclin had 4 receptions for 33 yards (8.3 average) and one rushing attempt for -1 yards. He was also involved in a punt return, but it went for -3 yards.
Not having McNabb on the field could contribute to Maclin’s lack of production. Kobb just can’t see the field like McNabb can, plus he seems to be locked in on Celek and Jackson.
The Eagles are now 2-1 and have a bye week coming up.
Posted by | Posted in Game Time | Posted on 21-09-2009
The Philadelphia Eagles do know they drafted a WR/RB/KR extraordinare in the 2009 NFL Draft don’t they? So why are they not getting Jeremy Maclin involved in the games? The Eagles were in a shootout with the Saints on Sunday, but Maclin was rarely seen. He had only 2 receptions for 12 yards, no carries and only 1 kickoff return (for 7 yards).
I understand that McNabb was injured and Kolb may not be comfortable with some of the starters… but why are guys like Celek and Avant grabbing 7-8 balls each and Maclin only gets 2? That is not the formula for success. They drafted Maclin because of his great hands and speed. Why are they not using him? I’m not advacating they do trick plays or anything like that… I’m just saying get the guy 5-7 touches a game!
The Eagles have Buffalo next week so things won’t get any eaiser.
Posted by | Posted in Game Time | Posted on 18-09-2009
The Philadelphia Eagles are hosting the New Orleans Saints this Sunday. The Saints are a high scoring team, so with a little luck we’ll see some points on the board. In week 1, Jeremy Maclin was on the field but failed to record any offensive stast. In his defense, Jake Delhomme threw like 8 interceptions and the game was out of hand by halftime. I was surprised that the Eagles didn’t use Jeremy in special teams at all.
With the Saints coming to town, I expect there to be a lot of scoring. They don’t have a good defense and they like to throw the ball. If this game turns into a shootout, the Eagles might put up some points but I doubt they’ll win… especially if McNabb doesn’t play. The Eagles need to be creative and find way to get Maclin some touches, whether he’s used in the slot or some type of wildcat formations. He has too much speed and ability to waste.
Other rookies like Percy Harvin and Louis Murphy had big games last weekend. It’s time for Maclin to step up into the national spotlight.