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Redskins vs Eagles : Sunday, Sept. 8 at Bank week 1 of Redskins vs Eagles America Stadium in Live Charlotte, Redskins vs Eagles NC. The game will be broadcast on FOX, with a kickoff time set for 10 a.m. PT. Check below for all the information.The Panthers host the Rams at Bank of America PC, Laptop, Stadium on Sunday to kick off the NFL 2019 season.
The Redskins saw the Eagles twice last year and dropped both games. But, the two teams are looking vastly different in 2019. For starters, the Redskins will have their non-third-string quarterback opening the season as the starter and the Eagles have made some additions to their team as well.
We’ve been focused heavily on the Redskins here at Riggo’s Rag, so we wanted to get some intel on just how the Eagles have looked so far this year. We decided to discuss the team with Geoffrey Knox, the site co-expert for our sister site, Inside the Iggles, in hopes that we could get some more information about the Redskins’ NFC East rival this season. Without further ado, here are Geoffrey’s answers to our questions.
Geoffrey Knox: The Eagles are dealing with something major this season, Super Bowl aspirations. Anything less than that will be a major disappointment. We’ve seen this team win with reserves in important positions. Much of the belief is, had that pass not slipped through Alshon Jeffery’s hands, Philly would have been in the NFC Championship Game. Had that happened, who knows? They seem to have the Rams number, and in my opinion, if they can figure out the two teams that seem to have the most success at limiting them, the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks, then, this could be a very special season for the ‘Birds’.
I’m not worried about Dallas. I feel they’ll do their usual Dallas thing, start hot and cool off later, but I do recognize that Philly’s also 0-4 with Ezekiel Elliott in the lineup. I think, at worst, Philly splits with them and both teams will win on the other team’s home turf. This can be a big season. I think the best-case scenario is a Super Bowl victory. I think the worst-case scenario is an NFC Championship Game loss to either those Saints or Seahawks, especially if Philly has to hit the road in that game.
The Washington Redskins kick off the 2019 campaign Sunday in Philadelphia against one of their division rivals.
Philadelphia gets their franchise quarterback Carson Wentz back after appearing in only 11 games due to injury. With the addition of Jordan Howard at running back and high expectations surrounding the Eagles defense, which ranked seventh in the NFL in rush yards allowed per game (96.9) last season, leaving Lincoln Financial Field with a win will be a tall task for Washington.
Quarterback Case Keenum earns the start under center for the Redskins, and behind him are a trio of running backs — Derrius Guice, Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson — who will be relied upon to carry the offensive load. Along with a group of young wideouts and Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis at tight end, the burgundy and gold will likely use the rush to set up the pass in Philadelphia.
t’s opening week around the NFL when the Bears and Packers kick off the season Thursday. Three days later, the main event: Eagles versus Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field. The regular season is finally here.
In a game unofficially being referred to as the fifth preseason game in Philadelphia, the Eagles starters will finally be unveiled to the world. Head coach Doug Pederson decided to rest everyone for the duration of the preseason, save a few first-series snaps in the third game. No one has seen the team running on all cylinders, aside from a two-day joint practice with the Baltimore Ravens in late August.
Pederson addressed reporters Wednesday ahead of Sunday’s season opener against the Redskins. He confirmed what everyone already knew: Carson Wentz has no restrictions and will be full-go. The same goes for Fletcher Cox (foot), DeSean Jackson (finger), Ronald Darby (knee) and Nigel Bradham (toe). They’ll keep an eye on those guys, but otherwise, it’s business as usual.
“The one thing that kind of goes back to the opening day is, these guys haven’t played for 60 minutes, and they haven’t played at a 1:00 game,” Pederson told reporters. “We have to be careful of everybody out there, making sure they stay hydrated, and do all the things necessary to prepare themselves for that. That’s taxing on these guys, as well.”
On the less positive side, there were a few guys that missed Wednesday’s practice. Brandon Brooks, Jason Kelce, Rudy Ford and Derek Barnett were all limited participants, according to the team. Kelce received a non-injury-related day off, but Barnett and Brooks are recovering from injuries. That’s not ideal. If Brooks is out, Halapoulivaati Vaitai will draw the start at right guard. Barnett? Well, let’s hope that is pre-cautionary. Options include Josh Sweat and Daeshon Hall.
There has been excitement bubbling over all summer on the Eagles’ rookies, especially at the skill positions. Guys like Miles Sanders, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and Andre Dillard. The latter won’t play as he is Jason Peters’ successor-in-training — unless the team requires a third tight end. However, the buzz around Sanders and Arcega-Whiteside has been noticeably percolating in recent weeks.