Was the Philadelphia Eagles’ win over the San Francisco 49ers last week something this team can build on? Or was it just a blip on the radar in an otherwise down year?
We’ll find out more about the Eagles today when they face the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.
It doesn’t figure to be an easy day for the Birds. We’ll see if they can rise up as underdogs once again to reach .500 at 2-2-1. Doing so would help them secure their NFC East lead.
A loss, meanwhile, would drop them to 1-3-1 with another tough opponent — the Baltimore Ravens — looming large in Week 6.
Let’s see what this Eagles team is made of.
Here is some basic information to help guide you through the game:
- How to watch the game - TV schedule and online streaming information;
- Follow me on Twitter: @BrandonGowton;
- Follow along with Steelers fans at Behind The Steel Curtain;
- Live game stats;
- Eagles full regular season schedule;
- Current Eagles depth chart;
- Current Eagles roster
Note: This is an open thread. Discuss the first quarter here and stay tuned for new threads after each quarter!
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