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Asking Fans of Other NFL Teams: How Far Will the 2010 Eagles Advance?

PHILADELPHIA, PA - DECEMBER 02:  Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles turns to hand the ball off against the Houston Texans at Lincoln Financial Field on December 2, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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Bryn SwartzSenior Writer IIIOctober 25, 2016

The Question:
Asking my fans and writers of other NFL teams: How far will the Philadelphia Eagles advance in the 2010 postseason?

 

The Answers:

John Fennelly, New York Giants Fan and Writer:
The Eagles season is at its most crucial point. Right now, they have to beat the Giants next week in New Jersey if they plan on winning the division. They will probably split their games with Dallas, so they need to have the first tiebreaker over New York. Once they get to the playoffs, at some point they will end up traveling to Atlanta or New Orleans. Those two teams are hard to beat at home.

The Super Bowl picture is still unclear. The AFC looks like New England is for the taking. If they get home field, they will...Atlanta or New Orleans will win the NFC, depending on who gets home field.

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