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If they cant handle Flacco or Ryan, however we might have yet another week 17 come with holy land experience gift shop no idea what will happen in the always crazy NFC East.
Suffice it to in the hoop gift card holder say its already time for Eagles fans to be busting out their lists of prospects for the 2013 NFL draft, in between booing fits.
A win would have given them control of their own fate for a top-3 seed in the NFC, and made missing the playoffs a nigh-impossible proposition.Redskins: After being left for dead, the Skins have rattled off three straight in-division victories, an impressive feat no matter WHO you are.23, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid talks with quarterback Michael Vick (7) and wide receiver DeSean Jackson (10) on the field during the game against the Arizona Cardinals in the first half at University of Phoenix Stadium.Not in the NFC East.In 2009, the Cowboys and Eagles tied atop the division, and ended up playing each other in the wildcard round.
This game doesn't matter for either team, but it is on a holiday, and is the last NFL game that will.
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Are the Giants the team that beat the Packers 38-10 and the 49ers 26-3?
If not, they might be watching helplessly on Sunday night in week 17, knowing that their fate is out of their own hands.This is crazy and routine, in the tightest division in the NFL.If you submit them here, other visitors can read them, rate them and comment on them.A single win by any of the three teams in the next three weeks would officially end the Eagles season, with the exception of a necessary Redskins win over Dallas in week.Theres a level of physicality the team just was missing, and theyll need that the rest of the way.Will they continue one of their patented late season swoons, or not?Lets go down the list, and look where all four stand.Theyve decided Nick Foles is their man from here on out, as they try to figure out what a post-Michael Vick or post-Andy Reid team will look like.What I can do is point to the two games that will decide the Giants fate, in weeks 15 and 16, when they go on a little road trip to Atlanta and Baltimore.