Predicting the outcome of the Eagles' final four games

There's cause for worry, but don't fret. The Eagles are going to finish strong.

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The Eagles have four games remaining on their regular-season schedule.

Time flies when you're having fun, doesn't it? 13 games are in our rearview mirror. Only four remain for our Philadelphia Eagles. We'll exhale later. There's still work to be done, Heaven help us all.

The gauntlet may be at its end. This is supposed to be the 'easy' portion of Philly's schedule, once the game versus the Seattle Seahawks wraps of course. It has been a long time since Darius Slay's pick-six in Foxborough and the narrow escape versus the Minnesota Vikings in the home opener. The postseason will be here before you know it.

We have seen inconsistency (Week 4's overtime win versus the Commanders). We have seen dominating second-half defensive performances (Week 7 versus the Miami Dolphins). We have even seen dramatic come-from-behind victories. See Philadelphia's games versus the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills if you need any evidence of that one.

Four games still lie ahead. We'll consider this the home stretch. Two straight losses have served as wake-up calls, and truth be told, that wasn't any fun.

Winning cures all in this game we love though. That may not be true here, but it's a start. Here's how we see the final games playing out.