Philadelphia Eagles rival watch: 3 Reasons Chicago beats Dallas

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DETROIT, MICHIGAN – NOVEMBER 28: Head coach Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears while playing the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on November 28, 2019, in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Expect the Philadelphia Eagles to be thrown another bone by the Chicago Bears when they take care of business versus the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday.

This is why you can’t get too high after a win or too low after a loss. The emotional roller coaster that has been the Philadelphia Eagles‘ 2019 regular season rolls on. Coaches are on literal and figurative hot seats. The Wentz Wagon has all but broken down. Philly’s on a three-game losing streak at the most crucial point of the season.

As far as what that means for any playoff push, the Dallas Cowboys have been stinking up the joint too, and believe it or not, because of that, Philly’s playoff hopes are very much alive.

Following back to back losses by both teams, we’re all in the same boat we were in two weeks ago. Philly’s a game back, and though they haven’t lost any ground, they haven’t gained any either. It’s a very safe assumption that Philly will be thrown another bone, this one by the Chicago Bears. It’s up to them to take advantage of it by beating the rival New York Giants. Can they do it?

Dallas’ game comes first. Here are three reasons why the Bears will throw Philly a bone and give the Eagles yet another shot at seizing control of the NFC East.

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