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Eagles News: Carson Wentz “trying not to get too excited” for his Philly return

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Commanders QB Carson Wentz on playing Eagles in 2022: ‘It’ll be fun — make for a good storyline’ –
The Commanders will host the Eagles in Week 3 on Sept. 25, but the big one will be Wentz returning to Philly on Oct. 30. It’s likely a safe prediction that Wentz will not get a warm reception upon his return. “I know that’ll be a big game. A lot of emotions,” Wentz said. “I’m sure fans will eat that one up and it’ll be fun — make for a good storyline. But at the end of the day, it’s going to be just another ballgame. It’s going to be a huge divisional game for us when that one comes. So I’m excited for it, but at the same time, I’m trying not to get too excited for that one, because, again, it’s just football. Can’t press. Can’t do too much.”

Philadelphia Eagles 2022 schedule: Easy first month could lead to fast start – ESPN
There are plenty to choose from. New wide receiver A.J. Brown seeing 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 Nov. 14 will be, shall we say, interesting. With a Monday Night Football audience, will Eagles fans be kind to their former first-round pick or will they roast him for not living up to the massive contract he signed in 2019? And given how Wentz has performed recently, will he even be the Commanders’ starting quarterback by that point of the season?

Predicting wins and losses on the Eagles’ 2022 schedule – BGN
The 2022 NFL schedule is officially here and that means it’s time for a very serious and scientific exercise: predicting the Philadelphia Eagles’ final record by determining wins and losses on a game-by-game basis! Last year around this time, I had the Eagles finishing with an 8-9 record. I was a little too low on them since they finished 9-8! Let’s take a look at how things might shake out this year. (Also check out even more schedule analysis in the latest BGN Radio podcast!)

Eagles 2022 schedule win-loss predictions! – BGN Radio
The Philadelphia Eagles’ schedule is here! Brandon Lee Gowton and Jimmy go game-by-game to make their predictions for the 2022 season. The guys also run through the biggest advantages and disadvantages of the schedule.

Game-by-game Eagles 2022 win-loss predictions – PhillyVoice
Wildcard round: Eagles at Rams: The Eagles keep it close, but Hurts is outdueled by Matthew Stafford. It’s not as lopsided a loss as the one the Eagles took in the playoffs in Tampa last season, but it’s a reminder that the Eagles aren’t quite yet Super Bowl contenders, and the “Should the Eagles trade up for a quarterback” debate begins in earnest. [Jimmy has the Eagles finishing 10-7.]

Which NFL teams have the easiest stretch of games this 2022 season? – DraftKings Nation
Jalen Hurts needs to have a good year and with the addition of A.J. Brown and one of the easier schedules in the league, he could be on his way. The Eagles start off the season at Lions, vs. Vikings, at Commanders, and vs. Jaguars. The Vikings are a tough 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 season win total of six to make the tournament as the NFC’s seventh seed. The 2022 Lions are also lined as a six-win team, and given how hard they played last season for Dan Campbell, they are sure to be a plucky side from the jump. We make the Eagles 0.4…

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