Tonight, the Eagles will take the field for the last time in the preseason. While several key players will rest on the sideline, those fighting for jobs will have one last chance to prove to the coaching staff that they truly belong in Philadelphia. For the majority of the 22 players that will be cut following this game, it will likely be their last appearance with the team. The Eagles team has several spots that need to be earned and the candidates for the those jobs will have standout against a Jets' team with similar question marks.
When and Where to Watch
7:00 p.m. ET, 6ABC and 94 WIP Sports Radio
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Eagles to Watch
G.J. Kinne: This is no joke. With Kinne still on the team and unlikely to receive time at quarterback, he could very well end up at cornerback or special teams with Brandon Hughes and Curtis Marsh out of the lineup.
Matt Barkley: Can he improve? Will he show that he was at least worth a fourth-round pick?
Dennis Dixon: Will he get playing time?
Nick Foles: He looked very good against Jacksonville, but will he continue to play well against backups?
Matthew Tucker: Chris Polk clearly has the third job but can Tucker twist the coaching staff's arms?
Greg Salas: He was very good in the first two games but disappeared against the Jaguars. He needs to prove he has staying power.
Russell Shepard: The former LSU Tiger has been impressive on special teams but now it's time to prove he belongs on offense.
Matt Kopa, Matt Tobin, Dallas Reynolds and Matt Tennant: Who will the backup interior lineman be?
Michael Bamiro: Is he worth keeping on the roster.
Damion Square: We don't know if he's locked up a spot but it sure seems like it.
Clifton Geathers: Big and tall is nice, but can he play a role?
Bennie Logan and Vinny Curry: How will they do with extended playing time?
Travis Long: He has looked good the last two weeks, can he impress for the third time and possibly win a roster spot?
Chris McCoy: It is time to bounce back after a subpar performance in North Florida.
Emmanuel Acho and Jake Knott: Will they both stay?
Trevard Lindley and Jordan Poyer: Can they take advantage of the extended look?
Nate Allen: Is he a starter?
David Sims and Kurt Coleman: Is this it for them?
Check out Gang Green Nation for the Jets' perspective on tonight's game.
Former Eagles on the Other Sideline
OC Marty Mornhinwig (2003-2012)
OLB Antwan Barnes (2010)
OLB Ricky Sapp (2010)
CB Isaiah Trufant (2011)
S Jaiquawn Jarrett (2011-2012)
Things to Consider
Can the Eagles get enough depth out of their current players or will they have to rely on the waiver wires?
Will the Eagles keep a fourth running back or a sixth wide receiver? Or both?
Is the Eagles' front seven ready for the 3-4?
Who will be the Na Brown Award Winner?