This week, the Eagles host the 49ers. Working in the Eagles favor will be the fact that kickoff will feel like 10 a.m. to the 49ers. Right now, it feels like there's not a whole lot else is going the Eagles way. But it's do-or-die time for our boys in green. Dropping two at home in a row is not acceptable. Losing to the NFC West is not acceptable. Starting the season 1-3 is not acceptable.
I hope Andy, Marty, Bobby and Juan have had some sort of chat with the players this week that vaguely resembles the above.
Win. Now. Please.
In the rest of the matchups:
Lions at Cowboys: Lions. And it won't even take a muffed hold on a field goal by Tony Romo, I promise.
Saints at Jaguars: Saints. It's early days, but it's not too early to rule on the Jags. They suck.
Titans at Browns: Browns. I would've gone with the Titans, but I think the loss of Kenny Britt is going to be a huge problem for them.
Bills at Bengals: Bills. Who are looking great so far. The victory over the Pats last week was HUGE. Hope this week isn't a letdown.
Redskins at Rams: Redskins. The Rams also suck, for what it's worth.
Vikings at Chiefs: Vikings. Who fortunately get to play a team that's even worse than they are. This week.
Steelers at Texans: Texans. I know, I know. But the Texans are on this year, and the Steelers are not, at least not so far.
Panthers at Bears: Bears. Hope poor Cam doesn't get bummed by that very short winning streak.
Falcons at Seahawks: Falcons. NFC West strikes again.
Giants at Cardinals: Giants. See above.
Broncos at Packers: Packers. The Packers are looking like a possible repeat.
Patriots at Raiders: Pats. I almost called Raiders, particularly since they'll be playing in Cali. But I just can't quite get there.
Dolphins at Chargers: Chargers. The Dolphins are, well, the Dolphins. The Chargers will probably pull their usual BS around the playoffs, but you know what? They'll be in the playoffs. The Dolphins, not so much.
Jets at Ravens: Ravens. The Jets may be joining the Eagles on the hot seat as biggest disappointment of the first quarter of the season.
Colts at Buccaneers: Bucs. No way that's possible if Peyton were playing, but he's not.
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