Week 13 at Miami Dolphins – Dec. 1st, 1:00 PM
The Eagles will get to kick the winter time off right with a road game down in South Beach. This will probably be the matchup where the Eagles fans completely take over. Everybody from Philly takes a winter vacation to soak up some sun, and the Dolphins fans probably won’t show up because their team is visibly tanking. Easy win for the Birds to kick off the home stretch.
Results: Eagles win, 9-3
Week 14 vs. New York Giants – Dec. 9th, 8:15 PM
The Eagles haven’t had many problems with Eli Manning and the New York Giants in quite some time. In fact, the Eagles haven’t taken a loss against the Giants since 2016. Swept them in 2017, and swept them last year as well. Can Saquon Barkley carry them in this one? It’s doubtful. The trend of beating the Giants will continue for the Eagles at home in December.
Results: Eagles win, 10-3
Week 15 at Washington Redskins – Dec. 15th, 1 PM
For the second time, the Eagles will go toe-to-toe with the Redskins once again on the road. Last year, the Eagles shut out the Skins’ on their home turf with the second and third-string quarterbacks. This could very much be an off year for the Redskins as Alex Smith will still be out at this point. Get out the brooms, because the Eagles are sweeping once again.
Results: Eagles win, 11-3
Week 16 vs. Dallas Cowboys – Dec. 22nd, 4:25 PM
At this point, the Eagles have fallen to the Cowboys four-straight times. Nobody is happy about that. This could be the game for all of the marbles in the NFC East, and the Eagles have the home field advantage. Again, health will be the big question mark at this point, but if Wentz is healthy, the Eagles will finally defeat Dallas for the first time since the 2017 season.
Results: Eagles win, 12-3
Week 17 at New York Giants – Dec 29th, 1 PM
At this point, the Eagles should have the East wrapped up, and a playoff spot clinched. Hopefully, this will be the Nate Sudfeld game, and Wentz will be healthy and resting until he gets his playoff debut. Sweeping multiple divisional opponents is tough, but it’s something the Eagles have done before. In this case, I’ll say they split with the Giants since most of the starters would be out for this one. And the Eagles wrap up the year with 12 total wins.