OK, not really, but the Eagles are taking on Jim Johnson heir apparent Jim Schwartz's old team - you know, the one that fired him - the Lions.
The big concern is that the Eagles will now have swelled heads after their hot start and not be ready to play after a week off. (Well, that and that Lane Johnson's status is, as of Thursday, still in question.)
Thing is, I don't see either Jim "Don't Get Labeled a Dumb Ass" Schwartz and Doug Pederson are going to let the guys get slack. I don't think Carson Wentz is going to lose focus. I think Zach Ertz is going to feel Trey Burton breathing down his neck.
Trap game? I don't think so - but we could be seeing what Halapoulivaati Vaitai's got more than we all anticipated.
In the other matchups:
Cardinals at 49ers: I know, I know - once again, the game has already started. I was flying back from celebrating a milestone birthday with You-Two-Calm-Down-Or-I'm-Turning-Off-The-TV Dad and the rest of the fam (including Dorkman, The Lovely Ms. Dorkman, and their three kiddos) in Tennessee and then had dance classes, so cut me some slack. Also, Cardinals
Patriots at Browns: So I pick the Pats, and they get SHUT OUT by the DAMN BILLS. That's not going to happen again this week. Pats
Bears at Colts: Colts
Titans at Dolphins: Dolphins. Oh, Marcus Mariota, when will you live up to your potential?
DC at Ravens: Ravens
Texans at Vikings: Vikings
Jets at Steelers: Steelers
Falcons at Broncos: Broncos
Bengal at Cowboys: Bengals
Bills at Rams: Rams
Chargers at Raiders: Raiders
Giants at Packers: Packers
Buccaneers at Panthers: Bucs (upset pick, also I think there's something really wrong with Cam Newton)
On bye: Chiefs, Jaguars, Saints, Seahawks
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