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16. Week 3 against Indianapolis Colts
If Andrew Luck is healthy – and his old self – the Colts should at least be competitive in most games. But that's far from a guarantee. Although luck is healthy and at its best, the Colts had one of the worst rosters in the NFL last year and this off-season has not done much to move the needle. Her big additions: receiver Ryan Grant, offensive lineman Matt Slauson, close end Eric Ebron. Yikes.
15th Week 12 against New York Giants
The Giants seem to be caught between rebuilding and trying to be competitive, contradictory ideas that could lead to a difficult 2018 campaign. If the Giants remain true to rumors and do not design quarterbacks to replace Eli Manning, it could be a long season. Departmental games are never easy, but the Eagles talent level is far superior to the New Yorker in all areas, at least for now.
fourteenth Week 10 against Dallas Cowboys
So far, the Cowboys receivers Dez Bryant and Cornerback have scored Orlando Scandrick and lost linebacker Anthony Hitchens, with receiver Allen Hurns, defensive end Kony Ealy and offensive tackle Cameron Fleming as the main free agent signings. With Dak Prescott and a full season of Ezekiel Elliott, the cowboys will still be competitive, but for Dallas it was not a good postseason.