The Eagles high-octane offense will look to LeSean McCoy for balance. The league-leading rusher is coming off a week in which he ran for 155 yards on 25 carries. After struggling in the three games prior, McCoy will look to find consistency and add on to his league-leading 932 rushing yards.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of late has been the Eagles defense, which has not allowed more than 21 points to an opponent in their past six games. The defense will look to continue that string of success as they face Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris, who enters the game with the third most rushing yards in the league.
If the Eagles can manage to exercise the demons that have haunted the Linc for more than a year now, they will find themselves in sole possession of first place in the NFC East, as Dallas is on a bye week. Can the Birds finally make their nest a home?
By: Kyle Babcock
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