Time to get your hate on.
And at the beginning of the season who would've guessed that, with two rookie starting QBs, these two teams would be playing IN PRIME TIME for the mid-season lead of the NFC East?
Dak Prescott is playing, as we all know, extremely well. Meanwhile, the Dallas D, although not top-ranked and not terribly successful causing turnovers or pressuring QBs, is holding opposing teams under 18 points. If you can do that, you'll win a lot of games.
Meanwhile, the Birds are hot and cold. Sometimes the D looks like world-beaters - and sometimes they *get* beat like a redheaded stepchild. Carson Wentz, turns out, does throw picks. PENALTIES PENALTIES PENALTIES.
What's going to happen Sunday night? This season, it does seem like the Eagles play up - or down - to the competition, and the 2016 Cowboys are no joke, so I hope we'll see the GOOD Eagles this week.
Pretty much everybody has the Cowboys, but I have a good feeling about this one, so I'm going Eagles. I think Jim Schwartz will figure out a way to rattle Dak and pressure him into making some mistakes, and we've seen that the D can be real ball hogs. Count on Dave Fipp to bring some special teams magic, too. (And F Dallas.)
In the other matchups:
Jaguars at Titans: Titans
DC "at" Bengals: DC
Chiefs at Colts: Colts (upset pick, well upset pick aside from the Birds, that is)
Raiders at Buccaneers: Bucs
Seahawks at Saints: Seahawks
Lions at Texans: Lions
Jets at Browns: Jets (hey, Cleveland, you can't win them all, unless you're Boston and willing to make an actual pact with the devil)
Patriots at Bills: Bills (another upset pick)
Cardinals at Panthers: Cards
Chargers at Broncos: Broncos
Packers at Falcons: Packers
Vikings at Bears: Vikings
On bye: 49ers, Dolphins, Giants, Rams, Ravens, Steelers