Eagles News: Carson Wentz ‘trying not to be too excited’ for Philly return

Eagles News: Carson Wentz ‘trying not to be too excited’ for Philly return

Let’s get to Philly Eagles Left …

Commander QB Carson Wentz on playing the Eagles in 2022: “It’s going to be fun – makes for a good storyline” – NFL.com
The Commanders will host the Eagles in Week 3 on September 25th, but the big one will be Wentz, who returns to Philly on October 30th. It’s probably a safe bet that Wentz won’t get a warm welcome on his return. “I know this is going to be a big game. Lots of emotions,” said Wentz. “I’m sure the fans will eat this up and it’ll be fun – it makes for a good storyline. But at the end of the day, it will be just another ball game. It’s going to be a huge division game for us when that happens. So I’m looking forward to it, but at the same time I’m trying not to get too excited because it’s just football again. Can’t push. Can’t do too much.”

Philadelphia Eagles 2022 schedule: An easy first month could make for a quick start – ESPN
There are many to choose from. New wide receiver AJ Brown sees his former team, the Titans, in December. Pederson’s return to Philadelphia with the Jaguars in October. Two games against former starting Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz. His first game back in Philadelphia after his trade last year to the Indianapolis Colts on November 14 will be, shall we say, interesting. With a Monday Night Football crowd, will Eagles fans be kind to their former first-round pick, or will they roast him for not fulfilling the massive contract he signed in 2019? And given how Wentz has been playing lately, will he even be the Commanders’ starting quarterback at this point in the season?

Eagles 2022 Schedule Wins and Losses Prediction – BGN
The 2022 NFL schedule is officially in, and that means it’s time for one very serious and scientific exercise: Predicting the Philadelphia Eagles’ final record by determining wins and losses on a game-by-game basis! This time last year I let the Eagles finish with an 8-9 record. I was a bit too low for them as they finished 9-8! Let’s take a look at how things could play out this year. (See even more schedule analysis in the latest BGN Radio podcast!)

Eagles 2022 Plans Win Loss Predictions! – BGN radio
The Philadelphia Eagles schedule is here! Brandon Lee Gowton and Jimmy are going game by game to make their predictions for the 2022 season. The guys also go over the biggest ins and outs of the schedule.

Win Loss Predictions Game by Game Eagles 2022 – PhillyVoice
Wild Card Round: Eagles at Rams: The Eagles hold it tight, but Hurts is outplayed by Matthew Stafford. It’s not as one-sided a loss as the Eagles suffered in Tampa’s playoffs last season, but it’s a reminder that the Eagles aren’t yet Super Bowl contenders and the “Should the Eagles trade for a quarterback” debate ‘ begins in earnest. [Jimmy has the Eagles finishing 10-7.]

Which NFL teams have the easiest play stretch this 2022 season? – DraftKings nation
Jalen Hurts needs to have a good year and with the addition of AJ Brown and one of the easier schedules in the league, he could be on the way. The Eagles start the season with Lions, vs. Vikings, Commanders and vs. Jaguars. The Vikings are a strong team with some talent, but this is a good stretch for Hurts to find some success early in the year.

2022 NFL Schedule Release: Week 1 Lines and Favorite Bets – PFF
Philadelphia Eagles (-4) at Detroit Lions (46.5). The Eagles emerged as a playoff team a year early in 2021, overcoming a total of six wins of the season to make the tournament the seventh set of the NFC. The 2022 Lions are also lined up as a six-win team, and given how hard they played for Dan Campbell last season, I’m sure they’ll be a brave side from the jump. We make the Eagles 0.4 points better than the average team on a neutral field and Detroit 3.1 points worse. Favorite Bets: Detroit Lions (+4) vs Philadelphia Eagles.

2022 NFL Schedule: Best 10 Games of the Season Ranking – The Athletic
10. Week 16: Eagles at Cowboys (Sunday, December 24, 4:25 p.m. ET). This matchup at this point in the season is mostly interesting because of the wide range of results. The Eagles have the second-easiest schedule in the NFL based on projected winning numbers. It doesn’t seem far-fetched to think that they could win 10 or 11 games and take control of the NFC East with a win here. On the other hand, if Jalen Hurts doesn’t progress, given the Eagles go into 2023 with two first-round picks, they would make one of the most interesting teams of the 2023 offseason. The Cowboys are still the division favorites and they still have the best quarterback in the NFC East. But it’s hard to get too excited for their off-season. If things go wrong for them and they lose here, how hot will Mike McCarthy’s seat be? Will a deal with Sean Payton already be in place? One way or another, it feels like there’s a lot riding on this game.

The Cowboys are facing one of the easiest schedules in the NFL by almost any measure – Blogging The Boys
The Dallas Cowboys are in a nearly identical situation to 2021. When last year’s schedule was released, many outlets and stats saw the Cowboys facing one of the easier schedules in the league. But that didn’t happen. Based on how you measure it, Dallas finished the 2021 season somewhere between the seventh- and eleventh-toughest schedule in the NFL. Teams like the Patriots, Chargers and Eagles exceeded expectations and made the Cowboys’ schedule more difficult than planned. But a year later, things have come full circle.

The early record prediction for the regular season – Hogs Haven
Week 10 at Philadelphia MNF. The biggest game of the season for Carson Wentz personally has to be his return to Philadelphia on Monday Night Football. The Commanders split with the Eagles in 2022, resolving their issues from their previous duel as they completed Jalen Hurts and the Eagles wideouts en route to their Cheesesteak County win. Victory, 6-4.

Giants 2022 Schedule: Game-by-Game Predictions – Big Blue View
Week 18: 1/8 @ Philadelphia Eagles (loss) 7-10. The Eagles are fighting – unfortunately – for division leadership and need this game to win, so they’re in full competitive mode. The game is exciting and important for both teams. The Giants harass Hurt and contain him more effectively on the matter, but they’re struggling to deal with AJ Brown and TE Dallas Goedert. The Eagles had a few explosive plays, but the Giants matched Wan’Dale Robinson with an explosive play early in the third quarter. However, Philadelphia finds a Devonta Smith crossover for a big third down conversion after a huge Azeez Ojulari sack on the previous down. The Eagles score and the Giants settle for a field goal early in the fourth quarter. Philadelphia scores on their subsequent drive and the Giants can’t find the end zone again.

Broncos could diversify NFL ownership, but nepotism gets in the way – SB Nation
There are currently five ownership groups in the mix vying to buy the Denver Broncos. But despite five options to choose from and the groups’ promises of a fair shot and transparency in the bidding process, the league appears poised to sell the Broncos to another veteran white billionaire. Rob Walton, Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s cousin-in-law and heir to the Walmart fortune, will likely be the next owner of the Denver Broncos. With a net worth of $65.5 billion, Walton is as rich as they come. The Broncos were originally going to sell for about $4 billion, which would have made the team the most expensive professional sports franchise in North America, and that’s basically pocket change for Walton. Reports circulated Tuesday morning that the team’s retail price is now expected to exceed $5 billion. There aren’t many people who can compete with Walton’s massive wealth in this area, and the vast majority of people who can are other old, rich, white men. According to a source close to the bidding process, Walton has offered to sweeten the deal by putting up $1 billion for a new stadium in Denver, and he’s also hinted he’ll simply outbid any of the other groups trying to get one to make a serious run at property.

The Look Ahead #88: Big Questions Yet To Be Answered – The SB Nation NFL Show
Rob “Stats” Guerrera and RJ Ochoa take a look at some common questions facing teams and players in the upcoming season. 10:16 – What if Baker Mayfield is not traded? 19:20 – Who went all in that will fail? 23:00 – Why the Broncos experiment could fail. 25:39 – The Bengals are doomed and nobody else sees it. 28:55 – What’s the next team building strategy to copy? 38:31 – The 49ers don’t get it right on Trey Lance. 39:50 – Where Sean Payton might be looking for next year (beyond Carolina). 48:09 – Which team will the Cowboys play against on Thanksgiving?

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