Doug Pederson’s Philadelphia Eagles start as the underdogs in Monday night’s game at the Lincoln Financial Field. They are winless in their last 2 games in the league and will be looking to improve on that as they push for a playoff spot.
Meanwhile, Russell Wilson and Co. will back themselves to win this game comfortably, especially after last weekend’s comprehensive win against Arizona Cardinals. Here’s a detailed look at both teams, along with injury updates and Week 12 Game Day predictions.
It’s been a season to forget for Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles thus far. The veteran NFL quarterback has been having a dismal year. He has already thrown 14 interceptions heading into Week 12.
However, the Eagles can still win their division and make the Playoffs against all odds if they put together a strong run in the coming weeks.
Wentz will need all the support he can get from his supporting offensive cast, including RB Miles Sanders and WRs Dallas Goedert and Jalen Reagor.
Eagles defensive stars Jalen Mills, Alex Singleton, and Josh Sweat will be kept busy tonight courtesy of DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.
After back-to-back losses against the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams, the Seahawks made their way to a crucial win against the Cardinals in Week 11.
Coach Pete Carroll and the rest of his team will look to build on that result with another convincing display against an underperforming Eagles outfit on Monday night.
Russell Wilson will once again be the center of attention at the Lincoln Financial Field. However, he will need some help from his defensive teammates Jamal Adams, Carlos Dunlap, and Rashard Green to step up in the absence of the injured DJ Reed who is listed as questionable.
S Rudy Ford – Hamstring
T Lane Johnson – Ankle
G Sua Opeta – Back
T Jason Peters – Toe
RB Travis Homer – Wrist/Thumb/Knee
OT Brandon Shell – Ankle
OL Kyle Fuller – Ankle
WR David Moore – Hip
CB D.J. Reed – Foot
OG Jordan Simmons – Calf
WR Freddie Swain – Foot
The Seahawks should comfortably wrap this one up without much of a struggle tonight. Coach Carroll knows how to get the most of his players against average opponents. The Seahawks rarely lose a game when they are playing against mid-table opponents. This one should be no different.