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Week 10 NFL Predictions And Picks: A Big Week Of Upsets? - SB Nation Philly
Here are my predictions and against the spread picks for week 10 of the NFL season

Eagles To Honor QB Cunningham Sunday
The Eagles announced that Randall Cunningham will serve as the team’s honorary alumni captain this Sunday against Arizona. There will be a tribute to the former Pro Bowl quarterback at halftime on the Miller Lite Flight Deck. If you are not attending the game, the tribute will be broadcast live on PhiladelphiaEagles.com.

Eagles safety Jarrett looks set for first start | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/10/2011
It took nine games - and an injury - but Jaiquawn Jarrett will start Sunday for the first time in his NFL career, barring an unlikely comeback by the concussed Nate Allen.

Tough talk from Eagles about soft play | Philadelphia Daily News | 11/10/2011
WHAT IS IT about the Eagles and the fourth quarter? Why have they lost four games they led going into the final 15 minutes? The popular answer among the fan base - that this is a "soft" team, incapable of prevailing at crunch time - is, unsurprisingly, an unpopular answer in the locker room. But if you look closely at some of the rationales provided by Eagles players, they might be talking about the same thing the fans are talking about, using less harsh language.

Eagles' Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Explains Respect For Nickel Cornerbacks - SB Nation Philly
After making some mistakes during a Week 9 loss to Chicago that he described as "not acceptable," Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie noted Thursday that his appreciation for nickel cornerbacks has grown.

Eagles' Watkins starting to fail in Movember
Danny Watkins has turned out to be a pretty good football player ... but the man can't grow a mustache.

Jason Babin -- Philadelphia Eagles asked NFL to look at Chicago Bears' block - ESPN Chicago
"They brought a tight end in motion and hit me from the side; I couldn't see him," Babin told Philadelphia Sports Daily. "It was definitely intentional. I know these guys here have brought it to Roger [Goodell]'s attention. I don't think anything has come of it yet. But if everything is about safety and protecting players, then that should definitely fall under the safety rules and regulations."

Dunlap prepping for first start at guard
King Dunlap, all 6-foot-9 of him, is confidently preparing for his first ever start at guard in place of the injured Evan Mathis.