9. Treyvon Hester, defensive tackle
After being left off of the Eagles’ roster, the Redskins swooped right in and snatched Trayvon Hester up. It’s difficult to envision where he’ll fit in along the Redskins’ defensive line though. While he’s probably better suited for a traditional 4-3 defensive scheme, the Redskins, as you know, run a 3-4.
That would make you think Hester would play as one of the ends. He’s probably not a nose tackle as that role belongs to Daron Payne and Tim Settle. Still, it will be interesting to see where and if one of the Eagles’ heroes from last season’s playoff push fits in. Will he play on Sunday?
10. Morgan Moses, right tackle
Geron Christian Sr. has one heck of a task ahead of him on Sunday as he’s the guy replacing Trent Williams on the left side of the Redskins line. Morgan Moses is the guy who plays on the opposite end. Take every question we have about Christian, and insert them here.
He’s played in 72 NFL games with 65 starts. His 66th will be on Sunday. Congratulations Mr. Moses. You get to keep that Eagles pass rush off of Keenum.