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By Paul Bowman, Sports Talk Philly Editor

Two weeks in a row now, the Eagles offense has been an embarrassment.

This weak they face a far worse opponent than either of the last two weeks and figure to get most off their offensive players back, though the team may be without one of their top targets once again.

This game might go a long way in deciding who will be in the Eagles future as far as receivers and tight ends go.

Injury Report



RB Jordan Howard

The Eagles have missed Howard for the last two games, but with their offensive line back and the performance both Ajayi and Sanders had when the line held up last week should allow the Eagles to run the ball even without Howard. Perhaps more important is that the Eagles get Howard back for the game against Dallas and a potential stretch run.

TE Zach Ertz

Ertz suffered a hamstring injury in practice and may not be able to go. The Eagles only other option would be Dallas Goedert had they not made a move to promote Josh Perkins from the practice squad.

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CB Ryan Lewis

The Eagles had Lewis on the roster earlier in the year and he was not good, managing to lead to a muffed punt and committing penalties on limited snaps.

CB Ken Crawley

Crawley is the seventh option on the Dolphins depth chart.

CB Ken Webster

Webster is the Dolphins best corner with Xavien Howard on IR. If he cannot go, their top corner would be former Eagles draft pick Eric Rowe.

S Steven Parker

Parker is the Dolphins' third safety and is a key player who has played nearly half of the defensive snaps for the Dolphins this season.


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