University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona has been a house of horrors for the Eagles, but they are well-rested and up to the challenge. Geoff Mosher sizes up the matchup.
Despite their 5-1 record, the Eagles' red-zone efficiency is the worst its been in 15 years, a confounding trend for Chip Kelly and Nick Foles.
Mychal Kendricks and Darren Sproles were listed as questionable for Week 8 in Arizona and will be game-time decisions for the Eagles.
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2dWill Darren Sproles and Mychal Kendricks play Sunday against Arizona? Who knows, anything can happen between now and then.
2dIn last Sunday's win, the Eagles' defense proved it can play at a high level. Now it just has to prove it can do so with regularity.
2dCan the Eagles successfully run the ball against the Cardinals top-ranked rushing defense?
2dQuintin Mikell believes if the Eagles' defense can put pressure on Carson Palmer, he'll make mistakes on Sunday.
3dJason Kelce returned to practice on Tuesday, doing some light position drills, but he downplayed Evan Mathis' prediction for his return to game action.
3dThe four major sports leagues and the NCAA urged a judge to stop the legalization of sports betting in New Jersey.
3dYes, the Eagles are 5-1. But Nick Foles has committed 10 turnovers and isn't completing deep passes with high efficiency. Cause for concern?