Philadelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 3 games to watch

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Philadelphia Eagles stumbled into the playoffs by dropping five of their final six games of the regular season, but everything resets in the playoffs.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 3 games to watch in Philadelphia By Tom Ignud January 14, 2024 / 7:44 PM ET / CBS Philadelphia Philadelphia (CBS) – The Philadelphia Eagles will be playing in the regular season. They stumbled into the playoffs, dropping five of their final six games. But everything resets in the playoffs.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Here are the three matchups to watch for the wild card: Here’s – Monday Night Eagles vs. Buccaneers Game Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jalen Hurts vs.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Here are three highlights from Monday night’s wild card game between the Eagles and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jalen Hurts vs.
Todd Bowles, a blitz game. This game will be Hurts’ third career game against Bowles’ defense.
Todd Bowles, Lightning This game will be his third in Hurts’ career against a defense coached by Bowles. The first game was Hurts’ playoff debut during Wild Card Weekend against the then-Super Bowl champion Buccaneers, who feature future Hall of Famer Tom Brady in the 2021 season.
Hurts has grown a lot as a passer since that game, but he still has problems with the strong blitzing defense that Bowles had.
The Eagles’ franchise quarterback is also dealing with a middle finger injury in his throwing hand en route to the playoffs.
Former New York Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale was badly hurt by the electric shock, and Philadelphia’s offense was helpless. With 4,444 regular season blitzes, Hurts ranked his 28th in the NFL, and the Buccaneers had his third-highest blitz rate in the league.
Bucs WR Defensively, the Eagles’ secondary will be busy with Tampa wideouts Chris Godwin and Mike Evans.
Godwin had been battling his knee injury all week, but had a full training session on Saturday.

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