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Kelly Massey
September 25, 2017

And he's not the winless coach in Sunday's matchup. The New York Giants - surprisingly enough - sit alone in the cellar at 0-2. "It's an NFC East opponent". Every week is important.

That's what we need more of now. The Eagles have Alshon Jeffery, Torrey Smith, Nelson Agholor, Mack Hollins and tight end Zach Ertz.

The Eagles are going to give Chance Warmack an opportunity to help them out at left guard, where Isaac Seumalo has been a disaster. Wentz has six touchdown passes in his last three games. McAdoo proved to be a steadying influence in a tumultuous 2016 season, one that included the controversy surrounding kicker Josh Brown, who was suspended for the first game of the season and eventually was released after it was revealed that he had abused his wife on numerous occasions. Exactly why Warmack didn't dress for the first two games adds to the overall drama this week. "We've got to execute better. Just his size and what he can do in the run game".

There will be plenty of time to break down the not-so-pretty parts of this game. He's also been sacked eight times, which one of these days could catch up to the league's active leader in consecutive starts (201). Wentz returned but he wasn't the same. And defensive linemen Jason Pierre-Paul and Olivier Vernon haven't forgotten how to play football. Peters made that clear to the Philly coaching staff, and he wasn't apologizing for the pass protection last week.

"They're all must-win games", center Weston Richburg said. They're improved and eager to go 2-0 in the division. "You're going to see what happens". It's an offensive unit, yeah.

"I know being a first-rounder, you want to make sure that you get everything out of your player that you put a lot into", said former 13 overall pick Graham of Flowers. Unfortunately, none of those players is a complete running back. "If we execute those plays, we aren't even talking about the run game". However, more things look to be in favor than you'd think.

The New York Giants are matched up against the Philadelphia Eagles. A Darren Sproles fumble on a punt return and a Jake Elliott missed field goal gave the Chiefs the extra momentum to take control of the game The Giants also had themselves a not so delightful week as they let up a punt return touchdown to rookie Jamal Agnew and Brad Wing just looked flat out awful.

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Eagles: Pro Bowl defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (calf), running back Darren Sproles (wrist) and linebacker Jordan Hicks (ankle) left in the first half. Enter McAdoo, who knows how to fix everything by blaming the best quarterback in the entire franchise's history. "They play downhill at all three levels, so they're very aggressive there". Expect to see Carson Wentz chucking it downfield all day again Sunday.

Odell Beckham Jr.is out of the latest injury report of the New York Giants. That was partly due to injuries at safety and cornerback.

The Eagles went ahead 7-0 with 9:29 remaining in the second quarter following an impressive 18-play, 90-yard drive. They'll need a quality all-around performance if they wish to save their season.

Despite that, precious few have been honest with themselves about the significance of Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Well said, but what about the original question - is this a must-win game? He's in circle-the-wagons mode for this huge game.

And Seahawks president Peter McLoughlin said the team fully supports their players' "use of their freedom of speech and peaceful action to highlight the existing racial and other divides in our country".

"We've got to get to the bottom of what are they trying to accomplish", Lurie continued, "and are they being proactive in the community, and what are they doing?" "But you've got take positives from everything and continue to learn".

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