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 Colts writer gives three reasons why the Eagles will win on Sunday - BGNThe Eagles showed some signs of vulnerability during their loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. The good news is that Carson Wentz is coming back Cheap Cameron Johnston Jersey , but the bad news is that Philadelphia still projects to be depleted at the skill player positions. If you’re among those who might not be feeling super confident in the Eagles for some reason, today’s post might have you feeling a little better about the reigning Super Bowl champs.Eagles-Colts Preview, Wentz Returns! - BGN RadioJohn Stolnis and Brandon Lee Gowton drop knowledge on the upcoming Eagles-Colts match-up in Philadelphia. Updates to the injury report, how much the Eagles miss Reich, how refreshing it is to have Carson back and how good/rusty he’ll look, Jordan Matthews talk of course PLUS NFC East picks! All that and more on BGN Radio #10!Preview: Eagles host Indianapolis Colts - KYWThe Eagles will be shorthanded at running back as they welcome quarterback Carson Wentz back to the huddle Sunday against the Colts at home. KYW Newsradio’s Matt Leon spoke with Brandon Lee Gowton of about all the moving parts on the Eagles offense.A look at Jalen Mills’ ugly game against the Buccaneers, with video and stuff - PhillyVoiceIn the Philadelphia Eagles’ loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, cornerback Jalen Mills was bad. #Analysis. By my count, he gave up 8 receptions on 8 targets for a buttload of yards and a couple scores. There were 0 wags of the finger. Before we show all 8 targets, it’s fair to note that Mills had an incredibly difficult job on Sunday. On any given play, he was facing off against DeSean Jackson, Mike Evans, or Chris Godwin. Jackson is arguably the most prolific deep threat in NFL history, Evans is a 6’5 monster who has topped 1000 yards in each of his first four years in the NFL, and Godwin is a very good, up-and-coming receiver. All three players are different sizes and shapes with varying skill sets, and Mills was asked to man up on each of them. As you saw, it did not go well. Here were all 8 of Mills’ targets on Sunday.Best bets on Week 3 NFL games - ESPN In$iderI was shocked to see the Eagles open up 6.5-point favorites at home to the Colts, and then for the line to be pushed down to -6 Monday morning at multiple shops. We recommended a play on the Eagles at -6 in my column Tuesday and the current -6.5 is plenty worthwhile as well. This is still an Indianapolis team that ranks 26th in offensive efficiency and 15th in defensive efficiency so far this season. I wrote Friday in the Colts/Redskins preview that final scores can often times be deceiving. Most of us didn’t realize initially how poorly the Colts played in Week 1 because they had a lead early in the fourth quarter, but the Bengals actually gained 6.6 yards per play on offense (just as much as the Chiefs, which tied for the fourth best output that week). Despite a win in Washington this past Sunday, the Colts were a net +0.0 yards per play. We know what this Eagles team is capable of, and it’s certainly more than whatever the Redskins have to offer (sorry, fans). This 6-point spread is the same number Indianapolis was getting this past week in Washington.Offense Faces Test With Injuries Mounting - PE.comThis injury report, well, it’s not very favorable for the Eagles. Running backs Jay Ajayi (back) and Darren Sproles (hamstring) are out for Sunday’s game against Indianapolis. Corey Clement, who is the next man in line to carry the football, popped up on the injury report on Friday with a quadriceps injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday. OK, so this is kind of getting intense. The Eagles’ only healthy running backs are Wendell Smallwood and Josh Adams. Clement may play on Sunday – we don’t yet know his status. But the Eagles have to be prepared to go with Smallwood and Adams the whole way, if need be. That’s how serious it is at the running back position for this football team.Can Frank Reich’s knowledge of Eagles offense help Colts pull off an upset Sunday? - InquirerReich’s familiarity with Doug Pederson’s offense could be a benefit to the Colts defense Sunday, though he downplayed that earlier this week when he spoke with the Philadelphia media on a conference call. ”I really don’t think it’s as much of an advantage as some people might think,’’ he said. “I didn’t spend hours with our defense trying to explain every nuance of the offense and what coach Pederson and coach (Mike) Groh (the new offensive coordinator) and (offensive line) coach (Jeff) Stoutland are trying to do. “I talked about some of the players. I talked a little bit about a few philosophical things. But my experience over and over again being in these situations is that it usually is overplayed. You give a couple of nuggets [of information] and then you go play ball.’’Nick Foles fighting ‘prideful’ thoughts as he passes baton to Carson Wentz - NBCSPNick Foles comes across as almost obsessively humble and unselfish. When it was time to pass the baton to Carson Wentz, the Super Bowl MVP did it without flinching. Inside? It wasn’t quite as easy as it looked. Foles said Thursday he has to constantly fight to suppress the thought that he should be playing, that he should be The Guy.PFF’s 2018 NFL Week 3 spread picks - PFFWhen you attend the church of Doug you quickly learn that Doug is not one to make bold decisions that are not well founded, so it is with confidence that we assume Carson Wentz isn’t going to roll out there with a limp and no idea what he’s doing. Let’s not forget that Wentz earned a top-10 grade when clean, under pressure and on third-down last season while leading the league in accurate pass location throwing to receivers in tight coverage. Given Wentz is able to run Pederson’s masterful offense at 80 percent of what he did last season the Eagles should have zero trouble scoring on the Colts _efense that ranks 21st in our defensive power ranking so far this season. The Colts offense ranks 31st and goes up against an Eagles defense that ranks third and has not missed Patrick Robinson’s slot coverage at all with Sidney Jones allowing a 56.3 rating from the slot. Andrew Luck currently owns a 30.8 passer rating under pressure and has the fifth-lowest under pressure grade, and while that is unstable, he has yet to face a defense that is able to create pressure like the Eagles front. This one is a step back for Captain Drew.Bold Predictions: Colts vs Eagles week three - Stampede BlueThe Colts have what is probably the toughest game on their schedule coming this weekend--a road game against the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles are battered with injury, missing key players all across their offense. Their star quarterback will make his debut, but it is fair to expect some rust from him. Regardless, this is not a team that won the Super Bowl by accident. This is a very good football team with the kind of depth that the Colts are absolutely hoping to build in the coming years. The defense from top to bottom is second only to Jacksonville in terms of quality that the Colts will face this season.Would you rather pay up to trade for Earl Thomas now or gamble on signing him in 2019? - SB NationEarl Thomas is a game-changing safety. The heavy-hitting outfielder was a key component of the Seahawks’ Legion of Boom defense, a big-play eraser who helped push Seattle to two Super Bowl appearances and one NFL championship. But now he’s stuck in limbo as Pete Carroll rebuilds in Seattle. Thomas is one of the few recognizable veteran faces on a roster that looks nothing like the teams that terrorized the NFC West for the better part of the past decade. Richard Sherman is gone. So are Kam Chancellor, Cliff Avril, and Michael Bennett....Social Media Information:BGN Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBGN Twitter: Follow @BleedingGreenBGN Manager: Brandon Lee Gowton: Follow @BrandonGowtonBGN Radio Twitter: Follow @BGN_RadioBen 10: College football prospects to watch in Week 4 Andre Dillard, OT #60, Washington State (v. USC, Friday, 10:30 EST, ESPN)Washington State is known for having a prolific passing game and that would not be possible with Andre Dillard holding down the left side of their line. The redshirt senior will make his 30th straight start against USC today, and he will face his greatest test of the season. USC may be reeling after a 1-2 start, but they have athletes on defense that will certainly test Wazzu. Dillard, an athletic 6’5”, 300 pounder, will get to show off his skills on national TV. The key will be us folks on the east coast staying up to watch - NatanEmanuel Hall, WR #84, Missouri (v. Georgia, Saturday, 12:00 EST, ESPN)Mizzou is off to a 3-0 start, thanks in part to their senior wide receiver Emanuel Hall. The 6’3”, 190-pound receiver is averaging an explosive 23.9 yards per catch and has scored three touchdowns on only 18 catches. Hall’s ability to take the top off a defense will certainly be needed this Saturday against Georgia. Hall will face the Bulldogs’ CB Deandre Baker and company — a stingy group of defenders, no doubt. If Mizzou wants a chance at upsetting the Bulldogs, Hall will need to show the same explosiveness he’s shown to start the season. - NatanLukas Denis, S #21, Boston College (v. Purdue, Saturday, 12:00 EST, ESPN2)Lukas Denis is coming off a tremendous 2017 where he had seven interceptions, two forced fumbles and 10 PBUs. This season Cheap Sidney Jones Jersey , the 185 pound safety has already notched a pick-six. It is clear Denis is a playmaker and his knack for the ball will be needed against Purdue. Purdue might be off to an 0-3 start but that doesn’t tell the story of how dangerous their offense has been. The Boilermaker passing game has kept them competitive week to week and Luke Denis will be tested as Purdue pursues big play after big play. No doubt, their intention to push the ball down the field will give the senior defender plenty of chances to snag another interception for his collection. - NatanOshane Ximines, EDGE #7, Old Dominion (v. Virginia Tech, Saturday, 3:30 EST, CBS)It’s a big day for Ximines, who will square off against only his third Power-5 opponent in the past two years on Saturday. He played Virginia Tech and UNC last year, widely acquitting himself well in those games. I was impressed by the strength in his hands, his awareness of rush angles, and the lateral quickness he modeled went slanting into interior gaps.Likely the next small-school EDGE to threaten the early rounds, Ximines needs to put on a show against Virginia Tech — by far his stiffest competition in 2018 — to assuage some Group of 5 concerns that will inevitablely come with his evaluation. I think he has a technical advantage over the Hokies’ RT Yosuah Nijman, and I expect him to have a good day. - SolakTanner Muse, S #19, Clemson (v. Georgia Tech, Saturday, 3:30 EST, ABC)On a defense full of stars, Tanner Muse flies somewhat under the radar for the Tigers. The 6’1”, 230 pound redshirt junior plays the important role of a primarily overhang defender who functions to cover the intermediate level of the field and make plays against the run. Few offenses will test the discipline of a defense like Georgia Tech and the Ramblin’ Wreck will be lining up against the #3 Tigers this Saturday. Muse will need to play fundamentally strong football to make sure the Yellowjackets’ offense doesn’t break off big plays. Muse is hardly a national name, so a strong performance in a game that will test him heavily could draw a few more eyes. - NatanMax Scharping, OT #73, Northern Illinois (v. Florida State, Saturday 3:30 EST, ESPN U)To be frank, I don’t know much about Scharping — he’s a player I’ve heard people are interested in, but I haven’t seem much film on him. (Despite living in Chicago, I’m not exactly tripping over myself to get to Northern Illinois.) He is a PFF darling , in that he allowed 5 pressures on 425 pass-blocking snaps last season — that’s very, very good — and teams will love the fact that he’s started every single game in his college football career.Scharping’s biggest test will undoubtedly come when he squares off with Florida State’s bendy defensive end Brian Burns on Saturday afternoon. Scharping saw good defenders in Anthony Nelson (Iowa) and Bradlee Anae (Utah) this season, but Burns is head and shoulders above both. Not unlike Ximines, this tape is huge for a small-school prospect. - SolakJeffrey Simmons, DT #94, Mississippi State (v. Kentucky, Saturday, 7:00 EST, ESPN2)The Saturday night match-up between Mississippi State and Kentucky features far too many fun players. The Bulldogs and Wildcats both have quite a few NFL prospects to keep an eye on, but Mississippi State’s Jeffrey Simmons is most intriguing to me this week.The 6’4”, 300 pound junior defensive tackle had five sacks and 12 TFLs last season. This year he has kicked the year off with an impressive five and a half TFLs, but has not yet contributed so much as a pass rusher. Simmons is an absolute problem inside a defensive line and Kentucky will put Simmons through the gauntlet with their impressive running game. Simmons has been disrupting offenses all season, so far, and helping shutter the Kentucky offense to help the Bulldogs win will definitely benefit Simmons’ hype as a draft prospect. - NatanBenny Snell, RB #21, Kentucky (v. Mississippi State, Saturday, 7:00 EST, ESPN2)As my compatriotsaid above, this Mississippi State/Kentucky game is more loaded than you’d expect. Simmons is the best prospect in the ball game — and his running mate EDGE Montez Sweat is likely #2 — but don’t sleep on Benny Snell, the Kentucky running back who has ratcheted up an already impressive production profile early in 2018.Snell is a banger between the tackles with nice vision and enough explosiveness to threaten the second level. His game against Flordia highlighted his ability to make wise decisions and even illustrate some lateral agility to cross face against penetration. He faces a tougher defense this week, and must bring the thunder accordingly. - SolakUgo Amadi, S #7, Oregon (v. Stanford, Saturday, 8:00 EST, ESPN)Amadi is a very interesting, unheralded prospect who has a huge opportunity on Saturday. It doesn’t really get much bigger than this.Only a ‘safety’ by name and more so a nickelback/overhang/do-it-all by trade, Amadi is wicked quick and fluid in man coverage. He typically aligns over the #2 receiver to a side — frequently smaller slot players — when he’s not handling deep responsibilities for the Ducks. But against Stanford, those players won’t be shifty slot machines; they’ll be Kaden Smith or Colby Parkinson or J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, big-bodied bullies with still run with plus athleticism. If Amadi is to be considered an upper-echelon safety prospect — and I think he can be — some high-quality reps on tight ends in man coverage is a must. - SolakTaylor Rapp, S #7, Washington (v. Arizona State, Saturday, 10:30 EST, ESPN)There’s an interesting match-up almost everywhere on the field when the Sun Devils visit Washington tomorrow night. ASU’s WR duo in N’Keal Harry and Kyle Williams do battle with Husky CBs Byron Murphy III and Myles Bryant; UW RB Myles Gaskin and iOL Nick Harris have to deal with ASU’s iDL Renell Wren and LB Koron Crump.But I’m going to highlight Taylor Rapp, because my big question about Rapp is his range as a deep defender. Arizona State is gonna test that in a big way, as they love those deep boundary shots with Manny Wilkins at QB. Rapp profiles nicely as a box safety at the NFL level, but will offer more value to teams if he displays improved range in 2018. Arizona State is a big test. - Solak

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