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B/R Consensus Pick: Eagles (7-5)
Schottey: Eagles, 24-20
The Buccaneers defense will get plenty of chances with an Eagles offense that makes mistakes at breakneck speed. Still, it isn't as if the Buccaneers offense is anything to write home about, either.
Bowen: Eagles, 27-24
The Eagles have a suspect defense, and Nick Foles could get the start, but I'm not sold on Bucs rookie quarterback Mike Glennon.
Schalter: Buccaneers, 18-17
The Bucs are at home and coming off a bye, facing an Eagles team that could be without Vick. Razor-thin call, but Bucs.
Freeman: Buccaneers, 17-14
Nick Foles is terrible and he throws two picks.
Miller: Eagles, 31-21
Nick Foles vs. Mike Glennon. Not the most exciting matchup ever, but Foles is efficient enough to get the Eagles a lead against a very good Tampa defense.
Frenz: Eagles, 24-17
A bye week isn't enough to fix what ails the Buccaneers. Even without Mike Vick at quarterback, the Eagles have a significant edge in talent, and their edge in coaching is self-evident.
Hangst: Eagles, 13-10
Surprisingly enough, a Nick Foles start should be the shot in the arm the disappointing Eagles need. The Buccaneers are on their fresh start, too, cutting bait with Josh Freeman and making Mike Glennon their starter. There is nothing pretty about this matchup, one the Eagles closely win.
Hansen: Buccaneers, 24-23
The Buccaneers look like a team going nowhere, but they've had a brutal early schedule and are coming off a bye week. The Eagles will be playing without Michael Vick, which is a good thing or bad thing depending on the perspective. Going with the Buccaneers at home as Tampa Bay's defense keys in on LeSean McCoy.
Bardeen: Buccaneers, 16-13
Neither franchise is anywhere close to where it should be. But the Bucs are at home and have had a bye week to get rookie quarterback Mike Glennon up to speed. Last year's bye week was the catalyst for five wins in six weeks for Tampa. This won't be the start of that kind of success, but it's good enough for a win over Philadelphia.
Gagnon: Buccaneers, 27-21
Three of Tampa Bay's four losses have come by three or fewer points. Coming off the bye, it's due. At home, the Bucs do just enough against an Eagles team that is probably going to have consistency issues all season.
Langland: Eagles, 23-16
Whether it's Mike Glennon or Nick Foles, it's hard to really like either quarterback. So I decided to take the more experienced of the two signal-callers. Eagles win by a touchdown.
Kruse: Eagles, 27-17
Contrary to popular belief, Nick Foles can run the Chip Kelly offense. He'll win this uninspiring matchup of young quarterbacks and get the Eagles a second consecutive win.