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Predicting The Entire NFL Season: Week 14 (Seahawks v. Eagles)

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This is one of those dates that, as a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, you circle on the calendar. It’s a measuring-stick game. The defending Super Bowl champs, the Seattle Seahawks, against the Philadelphia Eagles.

In our way-too-early projections of the 2014 NFL season, it’s a huge game, too. The Eagles have a real chance to seize control of the NFC East. For the Seahawks, they’ve dropped two straight games and are in trouble in the NFC West. If the schedule plays out this way, the Eagles would be getting the Seahawks at the worst possible time.

Here’s a look at our standings:

AFC EASTWinsLosses
Buffalo Bills102
New England Patriots84
Miami Dolphins39
New York Jets39
AFC NORTHWinsLosses
Cincinnati Bengals102
Baltimore Ravens84
Pittsburgh Steelers66
Cleveland Browns48
AFC SOUTHWinsLosses
Indianapolis Colts93
Houston Texans66
Tennessee Titans39
Jacksonville Jaguars210
AFC WESTWinsLosses
Denver Broncos93
Kansas City Chiefs57
San Diego Chargers57
Oakland Raiders39
NFC EASTWinsLosses
Philadelphia Eagles84
New York Giants75
Dallas Cowboys48
Washington Redskins39
NFC NORTHWinsLosses
Green Bay Packers75
Chicago Bears66
Detroit Lions66
Minnesota Vikings210
NFC SOUTHWinsLosses
Carolina Panthers84
New Orleans Saints75
Atlanta Falcons75
Tampa Bay Buccaneers39
NFC WESTWinsLosses
Seattle Seahawks93
Arizona Cardinals84
San Francisco 49ers84
St. Louis Rams57

On with the picks…

Cowboys @ Bears: Do you feel bad for Dallas? I don’t. Chicago 34, Dallas 13

Steelers @ Bengals: Cincinnati is battling Buffalo for the AFC’s top seed. Who would have thought? Cincinnati 22, Pittsburgh 19

Rams @ Redskins: Two teams not playing for much at this point. Washington 23, St. Louis 20

Giants @ Titans: New York stays in the hunt. New York Giants 24, Tennessee 13

Panthers @ Saints: Tough call here, but experience and home field go a long way at this time of the year. New Orleans 30, Carolina 27

Jets @ Vikings: Feel good for a week, Minnesota. Minnesota 33, New York Jets 17

Ravens @ Dolphins: The Dolphins will be a better team by the end of the year and throw a wrench into things. Miami 27, Baltimore 20

Colts @ Browns: Indianapolis remains in the hunt for a bye. Indianapolis 40, Cleveland 17

Buccaneers @ Lions: Things are getting interesting in the NFC North. Detroit 28, Tampa Bay 14

Texans @ Jaguars: Jacksonville? Yup. Jacksonville 26, Houston 23

Bills @ Broncos: This game probably gets flexed to Sunday Night (or Eagles-Seahawks). It will be a classic. Denver 44, Buffalo 41

Chiefs @ Cardinals: Arizona buries the Chiefs and Andy Reid. Arizona 30, Kansas City 20

49ers @ Raiders: San Francisco is making a late charge toward the playoffs. San Francisco 27, Oakland 20

Patriots @ Chargers: New England is locking up one of the wild card spots. New England 31, San Diego 14

Falcons @ Packers: Another huge game with playoff implications. But this late in the season, a dome team on the road in Green Bay? Not happening for Atlanta. Green Bay 21, Atlanta 16

Seahawks @ Eagles: If Seattle isn’t coming off two straight losses, give me the Eagles. But in this scenario, I can’t see Seattle dropping three straight. Seattle 26, Philadelphia 24

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