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1-2, 2nd in NFC East

signs point to Demarco Murray playing

He sat out last week and remains questionable for this week, but DeMarco Murray's upgrade to full practice Thursday and Friday hints that he'll be taking the field on Sunday. Bell: Week 4 injury updates

Eagles appear twice on worst plays list

See where Ronnie Brown's goal-line lateral and the failed Riley Cooper trick play landed on our list. Worst plays in NFL history


Washington a big underdog at home

Despite the game being in D.C., ESPN's Football Power Index give the Eagles a significant edge in Sunday's NFC East battle.


This isn't college anymore

Three former No. 1 overall picks have been among the league's worst quarterbacks this season. Only Jimmy Clausen has a worse QBR than Alex Smith, Sam Bradford and Andrew Luck.

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Is Philadelphia back on track?

The public seems to think so, with a huge portion of bettors backing the Eagles (-3) over the Redskins. With bad weather and a pair of underwhelming offenses, Dave Tuley is all over the under in this game. Tuley's bets (Insider)

Bad kicking is a league-wide issue (1:05)
Eagles will come back to earth against Redskins (1:34)
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Philadelphia defense the difference?

The Eagles have allowed just 3.1 yards per carry this season. If Philadelphia can take away the run, they'll force Washington into obvious passing downs. Will Washington's offense have any answers? NFL Nation Week 4 predictions

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Grantland: The Worst Plays in NFL History

Every season, someone does something that gets nominated as an historically bad play, but just what does it take to make the cut as one of the worst of the worst?

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Matthews has not been the issue

Jordan Matthews has been Philadelphia's most consistent option in the passing game, leading the Eagles in receiving in each of their first three games. He's on Matthew Berry's love list for Week 4. Berry: Love/Hate

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Flags up by 1.2 per game in 1st 3 weeks over 2014

In 48 games over the first three weeks, according to STATS research, 878 penalties have been called. That's an average of 18.3 per game, up from 17.1 per game in the first three weeks of 2014.

What you need to know for Week 4 (1:05)

NFL monitoring weather in Washington

A league spokesman said concerning Hurricane Joaquin, "We are monitoring the forecast and continuing to stay in contact with both teams [the Eagles and Redskins]. There is no change in the schedule for their game at this point."

Teams prepare for possibility of Hurricane Joaquin (1:30)
How to bet on Philadelphia-Washington (1:04)
3dPhil Sheridan

Eagles RB Murray to be game-time decision

Eagles running back DeMarco Murray was listed as a full participant in Thursday's practice, but he will be a game-time decision for Sunday's contest against Washington.

Double Check: Eagles-Redskins (0:49)
Andy Dalton, Martellus Bennett must-starts in Week 4 (1:48)
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3dPhil Sheridan

Hurricane Joaquin looms over Eagles' game plans

PHILADELPHIA – As the Philadelphia Eagles began warming up for their Thursday practice session, the big speakers next to the field began to rumble.

Team Stats

Passing Yards221.023rd
Rushing Yards64.330th
Points For19.3Tied-21st
Points Against21.011th

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