Philadelphia Eagles 2020 schedule predictions: Picking every game

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How many wins do you see on the Philadelphia Eagles schedule for 2020? Can Carson Wentz lead the team back to the playoffs?

The NFC East is one of football’s most storied divisions, but it has been in a bit of a downturn of late. The Philadelphia Eagles have won the division in two of the last three years, but 2019 saw them only need nine wins to get the job done.

Will that win total be enough for Carson Wents and the Eagles to capture the NFC East crown again? Let’s take a game-by-game look at the Eagles to see how many victories Philadelphia should pick up in 2020.

Weeks 1-4

Final

Philadelphia Eagles

20

Washington Redskins

13

Washington will put a feisty effort against the Eagles at home, but Philadelphia’s more complete team is too much for a young Redskins team to overcome. The Eagles leave FedEx Field with a 20-13 win.

Final

Los Angeles Rams

21

Philadelphia Eagles

28

Flying east will be problematic for the Rams, who are a significantly weaker team than they have been in recent years. Philadelphia’s pass rush harasses Jared Goff into some key mistakes in a 28-21 win.

Final

Cincinnati Bengals

7

Philadelphia Eagles

34

This game won’t be close as Philadelphia and Cincinnati are clearly separated into vastly different tiers in terms of talent. The Bengals’ rebuilt defense struggles to contain a dynamic Eagles’ passing attack.

Final

Philadelphia Eagles

21

San Francisco 49ers

27

Philadelphia actually matches up better with San Francisco than people think but the 49ers’ overall depth proves to be the difference in a 27-21 game. The 49ers’ defensive line creates a ton of pressure on the Eagles’ offensive front, which leads to a few key Wentz interceptions.

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