The most exciting game of the preseason is 24 hours from kickoff, and you're probably wondering what to watch for. Tomorrow's match versus the Jacksonville Jaguars contains more interesting storylines than any Eagles preseason game in recent memory, so there's a lot to keep track of. Quarterback Michael Vick makes his highly talked-about return to the NFL, Brian Westbrook highlights a slew of starters returning from injuries, and several bubble players are still fighting tooth-and-nail for playing time. To help keep track of all the excitement, here are some Eagles to keep an eye on at each position:
Quarterback: The question on everyone's mind: how willperform in his first NFL game in over two years? Now that Andy Reid has announced that Vick will see action with the starters, what packages will the QB be used in and how much will it mess with the ' defense?
Running Back: In his first gameday action this year, willshow that he is ready to go full-time by week one?
Fullback: With Leonard Weaver sitting out, will it be Kyle Eckel or Marcus Mailei who steps up and makes the most of their increased playing time?
Tight End: Can Rob Myers give another impressive showing before newly-acquired veteran Tony Curtis returns from his injury and gobbles up all of the playing time?
Wide Receiver: With only eight receivers left on the roster, is now the time for Brandon Gibson to continue his stellar performance and show that he will make the team?Left Tackle: Can the returning Jason Peters silence the doubts about the o-line that have crept up over the course of the preseason?
Left Guard: Can Max Jean-Gilles perform respectably in place of the injured Todd Herremans?
Center: Will RFA Dallas Reynolds get any playing time and, if so, will he distinguish himself enough for people to take notice?
Right Guard: How will Stacy Andrews look in his return?
Right Tackle: Can Winston Justice prove thatfans have nothing to fear should he need to start in week one?
Left Defensive End: Can Victor Abiamiri contain Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew and show that he is ready to be a starter on this team?
Defensive Tackle: Will Dan Klecko, Willie Williams, or Josh Gaines make a worthy case for Andy Reid keeping four defensive tackles on the roster?
Right Defensive End: Will Trent Cole's return give the defensive line the edge to produce a multi-sack game?
Weakside Linebacker: As the only uninjured WILL left on the roster, can Akeem Jordan benefit from the increased playing time?
Middle Linebacker: If Joe Mays splits starting time with rookie Moise Fokou, what does this mean for the Eagles MLB position?
Strongside Linebacker: How will the newly-acquired Curtis Gatewood perform in his Eagles debut?
Left Cornerback: Can Asante Samuel give the fans what they're dying to see from him: an interception?
Right Cornerback: Will Ellis Hobbs make up for last game's sub-par performance and help end David Garrard's preseason hot streak?
Strong Safety: Does RFA Reshard Langford have a prayer of making the final roster with Quintin Mikell and Sean Jones ahead of him on the depth chart?
Free Safety: Will second-year man Quintin Demps show the consistency needed to be a starting NFL safety?
Kicker: After only kicking an extra point last game, will David Akers get a chance to try for a long field goal?
Punter: Will Sav Rocca make the return men fear his tackling skills?