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NFL Week 4: Eagles at Broncos

The Broncos already got a taste of what the NFC East has to offer ... in a 41-23 beatdown of the Giants. But Chip Kelly and the Eagles are looking to leave a different taste in the mouths of arguably the best team in the NFL. That will be a tall task, being that Peyton Manning has thoroughly outplayed Michael Vick (and every other QB, for that matter), and Philadelphia's offensive line can't seem to keep Vick upright. But the battle between DeSean Jackson and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie should be entertaining. So should watching the NFL's leading rusher, LeSean McCoy, go up against a the league's best run defense.

Which team will win the Eagles-Broncos game in Denver?

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  • Will the Eagles' fast-paced offense be at a disadvantage in the Denver altitude?

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  • Peyton Manning has 12 touchdown passes in 3 games. How many will he have against the Eagles?

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  • Who will win the matchup between Eagles WR DeSean Jackson and Broncos CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie?

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  • LeSean McCoy currently leads the NFL with 395 rushing yards. Where will he finish the season?

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  • Are you sold yet on Chip Kelly as a long-lasting, successful NFL head coach?

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  • Which player have you enjoyed watching more throughout his career?

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