Jun 17, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers Jordan Matthews (81) and Nelson Agholor (17) during minicamp at The NovaCare Complex. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
CS: Like Always, the Eagles and Giants play twice this year, who wins those games?
AB: Just to be safe, I’ll go with a split. Both teams appear to be trending upwards and both games will certainly be must-see television, as always. The main thing for each game will be health, which appears to be a common theme, especially after last season. Both the Eagles and Giants were bit pretty hard by the injury bug in 2014 and it’ll be interesting to see if we’ll finally have a full health match-up during the upcoming season.
CS: What will the Eagles record be this season, are they playoff bound?
AB: Once again, I’ll play it safe and go with 10-6. Chip Kelly has led the Eagles to 10-6 records during both of his first two seasons in the NFL and I don’t see that changing. I believe the Eagles success is fully dependant on quarterback Sam Bradford’s health.
If he can somehow stay healthy and on the field, the sky is the limit for the Eagles in 2015. Yes, that means even competing for a Super Bowl. But if he gets hurt again, it could be a long, long dreadful season in the City of Brotherly Love.