Match-by-match preview of week 11 and beyond

The Eagles are 4-6 this season after a dominant win at Empower Field over AFC West, Denver Broncos.

Philadelphia’s record is a game below what we had planned ahead of the season kick-off, but Nick Sirianni and his coaching staff kept the players engaged and worked hard to find an identity.

Zach Ertz has been traded, Miles Sanders is back and Brandon Brooks is expected to return any day

With the Eagles ready for an 8 week period that includes 4 consecutive division games to close the season, we are planning the next 7 games for the Birds.

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Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McLeod (23) pays tribute to fans after an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday, November 14, 2021, in Denver. The Eagles won 30-13. (AP Photo / Jack Dempsey)

Jameis Winston is out with an ACL injury and the team head to the Linc angry with two straight losses and angry with Jalen Hurts winning his first start almost a year to the day. Sean Payton does everything he can to avoid a repeat, but the Eagles roll.

Prediction: Eagles 28, Saints 21

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The first of two clashes in four weeks, Philadelphia leads the New Jersey Turnpike for this one.

The Eagles now have an answer for Giants cornerback James Bradberry in DeVonta Smith and Boston Scott does what he does in this one.

Prediction: Eagles 17, Giants 10

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The same destination in consecutive weeks provides the same result for a Philadelphia team entering the week off.

The rebuilding Jets simply don’t have enough weapons.

Prediction: Eagles 21, Jets 17

July 28, 2021; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni speaks to the media during training camp at the NovaCare complex. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

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The first of two important clashes to end the season, Philadelphia travels to the nation’s capital to face a Washington defense that will be starved of Chase Young and Eagles killer Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Prediction: Eagles 21, Washington 20

October 22, 2020; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (2) against the New York Giants in the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Winning four games in a row is tough in any sport, but Philadelphia is once again beating its home division rival, with a clear eye for a potential wild card spot.

Prediction: Eagles 14, Giants 13

Philadelphia Eagles’ Jalen Hurts warms up before an NFL football game against the Washington football team on Sunday, Jan.3, 2021, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo / Derik Hamilton)

The second meeting in three weeks, things could change down the road in a game that has playoff ramifications for the entire league.

Prediction: Washington 28, Eagles 17

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In a game that could and should be flexed, the Eagles beat the Cowboys, ending Nick Sirianni’s first season on a high note, while also giving Philadelphia last place in the NFC playoffs.

Prediction: Eagles 19, Cowboys 17

Final regular season record:10-7


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