Game-by-game Eagles predictions following the James Bradberry addition

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The Eagles are tested with two important games in the second half of the season.

Prediction. 12. 58. 33. 54

Date and Time: Monday, November 14th at 8:15 p.m. EST

Venue: Lincoln Financial Field

Overall and divisional record: 8-1, 2-1

There are a few games each season where the Eagles are hitting every stride with confidence. The Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints games last year are good examples of this. This year, it comes against Carson Wentz and the Washington Commanders.

You can almost imagine Carson Wentz sitting alone on the bench after throwing his fourth pick of the night, slumped over in defeat. This is a dominant win that puts the Birds at eight wins and feeling on top of the world.

27. 46. Prediction. 16. 54

Date and Time: Sunday, November 20th at 1 p.m. EST

Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium

Overall and divisional record: 8-2, 2-1

While there are games where the Birds make every right move, there are also a few games each year where nothing seems to go right. This is one of those games.

The Colts, frustrated over the Carson Wentz fiasco, are a much better team now in his absence. With Matt Ryan, Stephon Gilmore, and Yannick Ngakoue, the Colts are in a prime position to humble Philly after their spectacular start.

The Colts’ organization is also chock full of former Eagles, having Rodney McLeod and, potentially, Nick Foles on the roster (as of the time of this story being written and published, he hasn’t been signed yet). As you know, they’re led by Frank Reich, Philly’s former offensive coordinator.

While the Eagles have a chance to win this game, Nick Sirianni’s tough loss to his former team in his former stadium makes this one all the more emotional.