The Eagles (8-0) are out Sunday after a 29-17 win over the Texans on Thursday night, Philadelphia’s first matchup on Amazon Prime.
With the team not expected back at the NovaCare complex until Tuesday, Sunday’s Week 9 action will provide Eagles fans with ample opportunity to scout potential playoff opponents while even anticipating an upcoming Super Bowl match.
We preview seven key games Philly fans should watch this lazy Sunday.
Baltimore @ New Orleans 8:15 p.m
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Philadelphia is down 5-3 with New Orleans in a couple of weeks, and the 2023 Saints first-round pick belongs to the Eagles.
A loss to the Ravens puts the Birds closer to a top-five draft pick.
Tennessee @ Kansas City 8:20 p.m
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The Eagles are set to take on the Titans in a couple of weeks, and the Chiefs are offering a potential Super Bowl opponent to watch.
Los Angeles @ Tampa Bay 4:25 p.m
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Both teams have three wins this season but are within earshot of postseason play and are the last two defending Super Bowl champions.
Minnesota @ Washington 1 p.m
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The Vikings’ only loss came in Week 2 at the Eagles and the current NFC No. 2 is a team to watch.
Washington is 4-4 on the season and will head to Philadelphia in Week 10 in Carson Wentz’s return to Lincoln Financial Field.
Seattle @ Arizona 4:05 p.m
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The Seahawks are 5-3 in first place in the NFC West this season and would currently be No. 4 in the playoffs.
The Cardinals are bottom in the NFC West and were defeated by Philadelphia four weeks ago.
Green Bay @ Detroit 1:00 p.m
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Philadelphia opened the season with a win over the 1-6 Lions while the Packers are 3-5 in the season and a matchup against the Eagles is imminent.
Miami @ Chicago 1:00 p.m
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The Dolphins are 5-3 and two games behind Buffalo in the stacked AFC East, while Chicago will host the Eagles and Chase Claypool will make his home debut to pair with Justin Fields.
Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire