Philadelphia Eagles versus Seattle: 10 Seahawks to watch

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Philadelphia Eagles fans are probably familiar with the Seahawks secondary.

The Hawks have given up a lot of points in 2020. Is it possible that this secondary experiences a letdown game in Week 12?

3. Tre Flowers, cornerback

Seattle’s best cover guy has 43 tackles on the season. That’s the third-best total on the team. You may have heard this, but Philly’s wide receivers have been a disappointment. Tre Flowers is one of those guys that can give a few fits to whoever he’s covering.

4. Ryan Neal, safety

Ryan Neal‘s 36 total tackles represent the sixth-highest total on this Seattle team. He’s six-foot-two and 187 pounds, so he’s someone that shouldn’t be hard to miss by Eagles fans or the Eagles offense. He and fellow safety Quandre Diggs are all over the place and can make plays if Philly’s quarterback or skill players fall asleep behind the wheel.

5. Jamal Adams, safety

Jamal Adams is one of the best safeties in all of pro football (and another of those disgruntled guys that thought about Philly when he was trying to get away from his former team). Yes, you’re right. Philly could have absolutely used Adams on this football team. Now, they have to figure out how to prevent allowing him to further destroy a very disappointing season.

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He’s bothered by a shoulder issue, but he was a full participant at practice on both Thursday and Friday. He should play on Monday night. That’s bad news if you’re a Birds fan.