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The ears must start fast against Saints | Carson Wentz on the offensive view in week 11

PHILADELPHIA – Eagles offensive has only scored 24 or more points in two matches this season. The group ranks 21st…

PHILADELPHIA – Eagles offensive has only scored 24 or more points in two matches this season. The group ranks 21st in the league with only 22 points per game.

That’s why Sunday week 11 matchup against New Orleans Saints seems so scary on paper. The Saints first rank in the NFL with 36.7 points per game. The crime has only scored 24 or less points twice this season. The lowest score in the squad is 21 points, just over Philadelphia Defense Points score per game (20.3 points) this year.

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Eagles offensive must score early on the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. If the crime of Philadelphia becomes a difficult start, it can be a long day for the eagles.

“We realize, of course, that they have last been up early, we have a lot of confidence in our defense, but it’s a shot of a crime over there,” said Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz regarding the Saints on Wednesday. 1

9659002] “We do not try to overlook it because we have expectations and standards at the end of the day. We realize that we have things to clean up, especially in situations football – like a red zone and things like that – so we realize that we Maybe we need to score, but we have a lot of confidence in our defense and we are “excited. This will be a fun matchup.”

The only way the eagles have fun on Sunday is if they can move the ball and score points against them holy defense. The eagles must show urgency for crimes and move the ball effectively into the field. Wentz believes that the eagles have the right prospect of crimes, even if the team is fighting and the team is 4-5.

“The speed is always there,” said Wentz. “This is the National Football League and every week is crucial and important. We know where we are, but we’ll take it one week at a time.”

The weekly focus on the Saints can circumvent potential penalties. New Orleans crime has produced at least 30 points in seven different games this season.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees has completed 77.3 percent of his passports and produced 2,601 pass turns and 21 touchdowns in just nine matches. His top weapon, broad recipient Michael Thomas, has a league-leading 78 receipts, as he has collected 950 receiving laps and seven touchdowns so far this season. Running back Alvin Kamara has been as dangerous as producing 1,019 meters from scrimmage and 14 total touchdowns.

Eagles defense is set to face a galaxy of offensive precision. It will be on the crime of Philadelphia to increase when Brees and his friends inevitably pour on the score this weekend.

“We would like to go out for crimes and put up 50 every week and that’s the mentality we’ll take in there, no matter who we’re playing,” Wentz said. “We see how everything is playing.”

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