Good question. For that return, i think the answer is yes.
There's been talk about the staff. Cory Undlin received a lot of attention. Azzinaro, Stoutland, Duce Staley, the QB coaches, etc.
Not impossible -- they had a losing record there last year. But I think it's a tough game. I actually see the Eagles losing this week, then winning their next six.
To your point, Barkley and Watkins are both gone. No guarantees in that round, but Eagles need more contribution.
Huff has potential. I wouldn't put that contract all on Howie. I don't think Bailey has a case over either.
3rd game was good from the stat line, but I didn't see it. I saw the 2nd game, which was not very good.
Byron Maxwell and Kiko Alonso.
Confident in the starters, not the depth. The secondary will be better. The front 7 is very strong. But I think they lack depth at OLB, in the secondary.
Good points. Boykin was a good 4th rounder.
I think he's good when the ball is in his hand. He must do better getting open and getting the ball in his hand.
Guard-center versatility, spent a year in the system. Not bad for a 9th linemen. Impressed some people on the team.
Matthews, Cooper, and either Huff/Agholor. I don't think starting group matters as much as overall playing time.
Five more minutes, give me some quick hitters...
I haven't seen much so far -- he missed two games. He's one of the players on the rosters I still don't have a feel for.
I was surprised, too. They went with other areas. They went with D. Skinner instead at LB.
They need to force turnovers. The Falcons have a good offense, and they'll move the ball. The Eagles need to win the turnover battle.
I thought Mathis was productive. "Better" is a lot to put on a player who has mostly been a backup. But we'll see.
Thank you for all the questions. Let's do it again next week.