Philadelphia Eagles versus Arizona: 6 Questions ahead of Week 15

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The Philadelphia Eagles open as Week 15 underdogs versus the Cardinals.

As the joy from the Philadelphia Eagles’ upset win over the New Orleans Saints begins to wear off, it’s time for them to get back to business and prepare to travel to the Grand Canyon state to take on the Arizona Cardinals.

This matchup renews a former NFC East rivalry as this is the 122nd time these two franchises have met on the football field. The series lead belongs to the Cardinals at 59-57-5 overall. The last time these two teams had met, Arizona’s franchise was a mess, and the Eagles walked away with a decisive 34-7 victory.

A lot has changed for the Cardinals since that game. They have created a powerhouse offense. They’ve found their franchise quarterback in Kyler Murray. Compare that to the Eagles, who currently don’t know who their quarterback of the future will be.

Things have turned for Arizona over the past few weeks. Their offensive production has dropped off significantly, and they were one ‘Hail-Murray’ pass away from being 1-5 in their last six games heading into this matchup.

The Birds, one week ago, ended a four-game losing streak after beating up on the number one defense in the league in Week 14. They’ll look to build on that momentum. Here are several concerns heading into Week 15’s game as well as a few attempts to answer those questions.