The Eagles visit the Jets at MetLife Stadium this weekend. Meanwhile, their rivals are looking for victories this week after losing in Week 5.
The Philadelphia Eagles earned their fifth win of the year against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5. Following their latest victory, they are owners of a 5-0 record for the second time in as many seasons. Here's one of the best parts about all of that. Their defense was impressive as they did not allow Los Angeles to score any points in the second half.
Philly will attempt to extend its undefeated streak against the New York Jets in Week 6. While Gang Green has struggled in the passing game, Breece Hall is developing into one of the NFL's top players at running back.
New York's offense is better the more frequently he is involved; however, the Eagles' defense ranks second in the league with 306 rushing yards surrendered which equates to 61.2 yards allowed per game.
If Philadelphia can score multiple touchdowns early in the contest, the Jets could be in for a long day. Eagles fans making the trip to MetLife Stadium would appreciate that. New York is ranked 29th in passing with 911 yards with third-year quarterback Zach Wilson under center. Their offensive line has allowed 15 sacks and Philly's front seven has an opportunity to disrupt their third-year quarterback's progressions and cause turnovers.
Let's talk about what their rivals will be doing.