1. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback will throw a pick and three touchdowns.
During the Eagles’ Week 10 matchup, Carson Wentz didn’t throw an interception or turn the ball over, but he was also possibly the most conservative he had been all season long. It may seem like some tension is building between him and head coach Doug Pederson, but this could be the game it finally clicks between the two of them and a happy medium is found.
2. Jalen Reagor will have his first career 100-yard receiving game.
As Philly fans do with everything, Jalen Reagor is receiving some criticism as he’s being compared to other receivers in his draft class. It’s way too early to write Reagor off as a bust, and many still think he will not be.
In the few games the rookie receiver has played, fans can see that opposing teams are respecting his speed and ability. Either they attempt to keep him contained in his route-running or they’re playing off-coverage at the line of scrimmage, so he can’t burn them deep. Everyone can see that Reagor is special, but the Browns will give him opportunities to make plays. Philly’s first-rounder from 2020’s NFL Draft is poised to have a big game.