Philadelphia Eagles versus Chiefs: 3 Major concerns heading into Week 4

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The Philadelphia Eagles are facing another high-powered offense in Week 4

Okay, Philadelphia Eagles fans, you may still be in pain from the disaster of a game the Birds had in Week 3. If so, everyone understands. However, like quarterback Jalen Hurts said in a recent press conference, “You take a deuce, you don’t sit there and look at it. You flush it and move on.” So along with that statement, we will flush Week 3 and move on, but not entirely.

The Philadelphia Eagles will be hosting the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4. This will only be the ninth time these two franchises have met with the series being tied.

Obviously, the Chiefs, led by former Eagles coach Andy Read, are an absolute monster of a team. If you have been living under a rock for the last few years, don’t worry. We will break it down for you.

Since Reid took over as head coach for Kansas City back in 2013, they have not had a losing record. Not only that but they have also gone to playoffs seven out of the last eight seasons, including back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. Yikes.

That’s been especially true since star quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, has taken the wheel, the Chiefs have been one of the highest-powered offenses in the league.

Needless to say, significant concerns are surrounding the Eagles coming into this game. Even more so after the performance, they had just a few days ago.

Most fans had this game circled from the beginning of the season as a loss, and rightfully so. However, that does not always mean there is no chance for the Eagles to win (minimal chance). Alright, let’s move on to the most significant concern surrounding this matchup.