The matchups, players, and numbers in Sunday's Eagles-Giants game
The Eagles think their "next man up" approach will work with Nick Foles at quarterback. Should you believe them?
Chance Warmack and Isaac Seumalo did not impress when the Eagles' left guard went down in last week's game.
The former Eagles assistant is working 16-hour days two weeks before Christmas for an organization that almost certainly is going to hand him a pink slip next month.
Knowing Wentz's style of play, and the way the season was developing into one of real opportunity, the Eagles felt they had to study all angles of the what-if game.
Eagles are laying 7.5 to a divisional opponent, so keep the action light. Looking for New Orleans to march right through the Jets, however.
The left guard suffered a sprained ankle during the first half of last Sunday's victory at the Los Angeles Rams.
How will Nick Foles do against the blitz? Will the Eagles ride the Jay Train? Can Malcolm Jenkins cover Evan Engram?
With Carson Wentz and Nick Foles in at quarterback, it may be time for the Eagles to feed new running back Jay Ajayi, or to just rely more on their formidable ground game.
A broken collarbone ended his bid to become the long-term starter here after a disappointing followup to his magical 2013.
Foles hasn't thrown much to wide receivers Alshon Jeffery, Torrey Smith and Nelson Agholor and tight end Zach Ertz, although he and Ertz played together back in 2013 and 2014.
Carson Wentz ordered a burger, and checked in with his fellow quarterbacks, Jason Kelce took out some frustration on an unfortunate trash can, and other practice notes.
Our four beat writers are in agreement on who will win. Of course they are.