Eagles versus Tampa Bay: 10 Buccaneers who are looking to ruin Monday Night Football

The Eagles carry a talented roster into Week 3 on Monday Night Football, but a talented Buccaneers team will be waiting on them.
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Baker Mayfield can't pull off an upset alone.

Say what you will about Baker Mayfield's ghosts both past and present. We're all aware that he has some ability.

Like Jalen Hurts, he is surrounded by skill players. All are capable of making life tough for Sean Desai and the Eagles defense. Keep an eye on them all in Week 3.

2. Rachaad White, running back

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Rachaad White leads all Bucs ball carriers in carries (34) and rushing yards (112). He is averaging 56 yards rushing.

Seven of his 34 totes have resulted in first downs. He has also hauled in seven receptions for 40 yards and is the owner of Tampa's lone rushing TD on the season.

3. Mike Evans, wide receiver

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Who doesn't know who Mike Evans is? Seasons pass, and Evans keeps producing. He has already hauled in 12 receptions that have resulted in 237 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

4. Chris Godwin, wide receiver

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Chris Godwin is good enough to be the top wide receiver on quite a few of the NFL teams' rosters, but with so much talent floating around the league at the position currently, his current occupation is holding down the WR2 role for Tampa.

If Philly didn't have James Bradberry and Darius Slay, we'd be worried. Preparing for this guy AND Mike Evans is a scary proposition for any defense. Godwin currently owns the second highest reception (ten) and receiving yards total (109).

5. Tristan Wirfs, offensive tackle

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After earning Pro Bowl nods in back-to-back seasons (2021 and 2022), it's hard to believe that Tristan Wirfs won't end up on pro football's all-star team again this year.

A former first-rounder, he's one of the best left tackles in the game. He's also the man who will most often block Josh Sweat. That battle figures to be must-see television.