Week 6 non-Eagles rooting guide | MCU Times

Week 6 non-Eagles rooting guide

In previous seasons, Philadelphia Eagles fans generally had clutter in their own team and kept an eye on the rest of the NFC with a focus on NFC East. They will still do so in 2021 (I think), but there are even more peripheral root interests for Birds fans this season because they own 2022 draft picks from other teams.

And that’s why every week we’ll put a root guide to non-Eagles games on the NFL schedule, and yes, I realize most of the following is obvious. You can also check out the latest Week 6 odds and read all my choices here. Ideal winners in bold.

Before we get started, let’s take our weekly look Tankathon.com.

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Three top-8 choices!

Early Sunday games

• Dolphins at Jaguars: This is a HUGE game for consequences of order drafts. If the Dolphins lose this game, it would be fair to start projecting the Dolphins’ pick – owned by the Eagles, of course – to land in the top 5. It should be noted that Tua Tagovailoa was activated from injured reserve and should be good to go again as Miami starts. This game will be televised at. 9:30 EST because it’s played in London.

• Bets at Fighting: The fighters are pretty much already dead and buried, so it would not be the worst if they won some battles to (a) prevent a super-high election that a qualified new general manager could actually make good use of, and (b) preserve any hope of Joe Judge and Dave Gettleman holds on for another year.

Chiefs on Football Team: Washington has been terrible this season, but so far they still have a better record than the Eagles.

• Texans at Colts: 1-4 The Colts need to pick up a few wins just to stay competitive in the AFC South so they don’t bench Carson Wentz to prevent him from hitting benchmarks for playing time that would allow them to keep their pick in the first round in 2022 It’s best if they can take care of business against the terrible Texans.

• Bengals at Lions: The Lions are fighting for a very high pick and they need a quarterback.

• Packaging at Bears: The Giants own the Bears’ first round in 2022.

• The Vikings at Panthers: At least one of those two teams — maybe both — could be in “competition” for draft positioning against one of the Eagles’ first-round picks. The Vikings are 2-3, but they are probably a little better than the Panthers. I think a Panthers victory is probably more ideal, for the Vikings can still be an 8-9 kind of team, even if they drop to 2-4.

Later Sunday matches

• Cowboys at Patri * ts: If the Eagles are to have any hope (delusions or not) of an NFC East title, they need the Cowboys to start losing some games.

• Raiders at Broncos: It will be interesting to see how the Raiders play this weekend after Jon Gruden stepped back in disgrace earlier this week. Will they rise or fall apart? It would be ideal for the Eagles if it is the latter as they play in Las Vegas next Sunday.

Sunday night football

• Seahawks at Steelers: As with the Vikings-Panthers game above, these two teams could both be in “competition” for draft positioning. For now, it’s just taking root in the AFC team if the Eagles are somehow in an unlikely position for a wildcard.

Monday night football

Bills by the Titans: If the Colts win and the Titans lose, it would narrow the Titans’ AFC South lead to a game (plus a head-to-head victory) over the Colts. That’s probably the best result to keep the Colts interested.

Irrelevant to the Eagles

  1. Chargers at Ravens
  2. Cardinals at the Browns

Goodbye: Falke, Saints, Jets, 49ers.

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