Bold Predictions For Slugfest Vs. Giants

"There's no brotherly love lost in this street fight." Even Bradley Cooper knows this game is going to be a good one. With the Giants on a three-game win streak, will it be enough to defeat the 4-1 Philadelphia Eagles? Or will Nick Foles and the offense finally get back on track?

1. Cary Williams Holds Eli Manning To A Sub-25% Completion Percentage

Thought we'd start this one off bold. For guys like Richard Sherman and Patrick Peterson, this is a weekly occurance. For a guy like Cary Williams though, it might happen one or two times a month. Maybe. Currently Williams, who somehow has a Super Bowl ring, has surrendered a 65% of passes thrown his way this season. This week will be slightly different (knock on wood) as Williams will finally have a game worth talking about, and not in a bad way.

2. Brandon Graham Registers Two Sacks And A Forced Fumble

So far this year, Brandon Graham has played phenomenal in limited snaps. The fifth-year linebacker already has registered two forced fumbles and clearly has a little more pep in his step than we've seen in past seasons. There's no doubt this guy deserves more playing time, and with DeMeco Ryans still a little banged up, expect the Eagles to rely heavily on the blitz all four-quarters. For Graham, fifth-year is the charm, I guess.

3. Darren Sproles Gets 15 Carries

Until LeSean McCoy really gets back into his groove, Darren Sproles deserves half of his carries. While I don't expect Chip Kelly to keep Nick Foles quiet on Sunday, I do expect them to rely heavily on the run-game despite it's ineffectiveness over the weeks. With McCoy putting up seriously depressing numbers, Sproles should see a season-high in carries. 15 might seem like a little much, and that's because it is. Sproles hasn't seen that many carries since 2009; but that's why we call them bold predictions, right?

4. Someone Who Has Yet To Score In 2014 Gets A TD

There's so much offensive talent on this team they could probably go all 16 weeks and find a different person to score every week. While that may be a stretch, it's really not that far from the truth. James Casey, Chris Polk, Trey Burton, Josh Huff and even Brent Celek have all yet to get into the end-zone this year, yet they're all completely capable of doing it. Hell, maybe even Lane Johnson will get a shot at a goal-line situation? They need all the help they can get down there anyways...

5. Eagles Score TDs On All Red-Zone Situations

Speak of the devil. This is far and between one of the biggest concerns on offense, as they've continuously failed to get into the end-zone in red-zone situations. The run game has been dead, so defenses have been able to focus on the pass and keep Foles modest. Not this week. Expect the Eagles to finally get back on track and only let Cody Parkey on the field to kick five or six extra points.

6. Eagles Defense Or Special Teams Scores AGAIN

This would have to be some sort of record. I can't imagine the Giants special teams would allow this to happen, but they've certainly fallen victim to Eagles ST units in the past. As far as the defense scoring, I think we can all imagine a few scenarios in which Eli may be feeling generous with the football.

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