Predicting outcomes of the Eagles final 11 games following unbeaten start

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54. 8:20 PM EST. 49. . Sunday, Nov 27th. 27. 23.

Who knows what will come of the Eagles’ three-game stretch versus the Packers, Titans, and Giants?

This isn’t your grandfather’s Green Bay Packers (or your father’s or even your little sister’s). This is another of those games that felt like a potential loss at the beginning of the season, but now, as bad as The Pack looks, it feels like, if the Eagles can stop shooting themselves in the foot, they can win this game by two scores.

For now, we’ll call this one a loss thanks to some late-game heroics by Aaron Rodgers.

35. . 54. 1 PM EST. 20. Sunday, Dec 4th. 13.

Stop the presses. You’re familiar with the Eagles’ tendency to drop one annually to a team they have no business losing to, right? Enter the Tennessee Titans.

Who knows what it is about these guys, but even when it feels like Philly should dominate this game, they often find ways to screw everything up.

After winning the first six meetings versus the team formerly known as the Houston Oilers, the Oilers moved to Tennessee, and everything changed. They’ve taken five of the last six meetings after becoming the Titans.

1 PM EST. 23. . 20. 31. 54. Sunday, Dec 11th.

After a nice game to refocus a good football team, Philly does what they often do, struggle with the Giants for most of the contest before eventually putting them away. The Birds win this one by a field goal.