Around 4:15 p.m.
ET, the Philadelphia Eagles will host the Washington Redskins on Monday Night football.
The Eagles, who lost to the New Orleans Saints on Monday night, are coming off their bye week.
However, they are not only looking forward to their return to the field, but also looking ahead to the matchup with the Redskins.
In the NFL, the number one team for a team that lost to an opponent who is winning in the league is usually the team that is losing.
So, with the Eagles at 3-1, and the Redskins at 3.5-1 (both of those are wins) on the season, it will be interesting to see if the Eagles can get to 3-0 with this win.
According to NFL Network’s Rich Cimini, the Redskins will be using the three-minute drill, meaning that Washington will be looking to get the ball back on the ground as soon as possible.
This will give the Eagles a chance to get off the field as quickly as possible, and it should help the Eagles in terms of time of possession.
This is not a particularly aggressive strategy, but it does allow the Eagles to get some pressure off of the quarterback, as the Redskins are more of a run-heavy team.
Washington is 4-2 in their last five games against the Eagles, with their last loss coming in the fourth quarter of a 30-26 loss to the Green Bay Packers on October 25.
The Redskins also have two quarterbacks on the team, starting with rookie Chase Daniel, who has thrown for 4,517 yards with 14 touchdowns and 13 interceptions this season.
This should be an entertaining game, with a lot of emotion on the sidelines, and this should be a good one for the Eagles fans.
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