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NFL Week 10: Eagles at Packers

Days ago, few deemed the Philadelphia Eagles-Green Bay Packers matchup attention-worthy. Then Nick Foles happened. And Aaron Rodgers happened. All of a sudden, this seems more like a toss-up than a blowout. Will the again-soaring Eagles beat the Seneca Wallace-led Packers?

  • Which team will win Sunday's game at Green Bay?

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      52%
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      48%

    Discuss (Total votes: 17,887)

  • Which team will win the NFC North if Aaron Rodgers misses three weeks?

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      23%
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      57%
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      20%

    Discuss (Total votes: 7,600)

  • How will the Packers fare in their next three games if Aaron Rodgers misses them all? (vs. Eagles, at Giants, vs. Vikings)

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      9%
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      43%
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      39%
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      9%

    Discuss (Total votes: 45,755)

  • Will the Packers make the playoffs if Aaron Rodgers is out for three weeks?

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      47%
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      53%

    Discuss (Total votes: 129,318)

  • Who should be the Packers' quarterback in Aaron Rodgers' absence?

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      74%
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      26%

    Discuss (Total votes: 5,234)

  • Should Chip Kelly name Nick Foles Philadelphia's long-term starter?

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      71%
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      29%

    Discuss (Total votes: 28,247)

  • Is Nick Foles the Eagles' quarterback of the future?

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      60%
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      40%

    Discuss (Total votes: 246,620)

  • What is Nick Foles' future?

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      6%
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      57%
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      37%

    Discuss (Total votes: 254,616)

  • How big an impact will Clay Matthews have on the Packers' defense when he returns?

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      61%
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      35%
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      4%

    Discuss (Total votes: 39,983)

  • What chance do you give the Eagles (4-5; 1 GB Cowboys in NFC East; 1.5 GB in wild-card race) to make the playoffs?

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      29%
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      63%
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      8%

    Discuss (Total votes: 52,460)

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