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Why these last two games are important to the Eagles

Why these last two games are important to the Eagles

Good morning, Eagles fan.in spite of 33-26 loss to host Arizona Cardinals There was a lot of positive atmosphere from Eagles fans on Sunday.We always take Weekly Twitter temperatures during the Eagles match, And this was the most positive thing after the Eagles fans were defeated.

That’s because they liked what he saw about Jaylen Hearts in his rescue performance against Green Bay and his first two starts against New Orleans and Cardinals.

There was a lot of debate about what the Eagles would do next year, but despite two important games remaining and a 4-9-1 record, the Eagles are still in the crazy NFC East area. Has anyone forgotten that they are alive? Race (though it may not be by the time of Sunday’s opening kick-off with the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas).

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Last Wednesday, Jason Kerke of the Eagles Center insisted that only the next match was important in the NFL. It’s not a draft, it’s an audition next season, it’s to win.

“At the NFL, we should always focus on winning football games.” He said. “There is no other priority. There is no player rating. No one in the organization is curious. In my opinion about winning the game, everything is focused on this league.”

And that’s the attitude Eagles should incorporate into the last two games. Especially because you may participate in the playoff race before the kickoff with Dallas.

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Some may ridicule it, but if the Eagles can beat the NFC East (and their chances aren’t great so far), see the development of Hearts and the progress of other young players. You will get at least one additional game for.

If the Washington Football Team defeats the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, the Eagles and Dallas will be excluded from the playoffs. The Washington match is at 1:00 pm, so the Eagles can tell if they’re still alive when they play against Dallas at 4:25. (If Washington wins and the Giants lose to Baltimore, Washington defeats Dallas twice this year, closing the division.)

The rankings for the NFC East area are as follows:

Washington 6-8

Dallas 5-9

NY Giants 5-9

Eagles 4-9-1

The last opponents on the team are:

Eagles: In Dallas; vs. Washington

Washington: Against Carolina; at the Eagles

Dallas: Against Eagles; NY Giants

NY Giants: In Baltimore; vs. Dallas

Even if Washington wins this weekend, the Eagles, with so many young players, need to develop a culture of victory. Winning the last two games could lead to momentum next year.

Do you remember 2016?

The Eagles participated in the last two games 5-9. They defeated the Giants and Dallas in the next two games, finishing 7-9 and winning the Super Bowl the following year.

Not to mention whether the Eagles won the last two games, they will be candidates for the Super Bowl in 2021. There are many holes in this year’s team.

Unless the team has chosen a franchise-changing player like Trevor Lawrence in the Clemson quarterback, for those who want to lose the Eagles and get a better draft topic, a culture of victory rather than a few spots. Nurturing is important, but it will take the best pick.

Why does Schwartz arguably leave young, inexperienced DBs in a single coverage with the best WR in the NFL? — Tim Darkin Sr., @ tdurkin34, On twitter

Thank you for your question, Tim. I received it from a considerable number of people. Jim Schwartz I’ve been the NFL’s defense coordinator for 14 years and head coach for 5 years, a question that confuses many.

Schwartz has had some success, but has been inflexible in certain situations during the five seasons in Philadelphia.How the Eagles allowed DeAndre Hopkins Having a single coverage throughout the game can be daunting. Even with help As you can see in this play, Hopkins wasn’t enough.

Playing with the depleted secondary of the Eagles is even more reason to give Hopkins additional help. He may be the best receiver in the NFL, he has a hand like no one else, and every game, he felt comfortable. Leaving him frequently in single coverage is a disaster recipe, as his nine receptions (11 targets) and scores at 169 yards confirm.