PHI: Nick Foles will make mistakes (seven picks in six games), but at his best, he can fluidly command an offense with a deft mixture of deep passes, a quick screen game, and targets that easily find open space in the middle.
ARZ: Carson Palmer has thrown only one interception in three games (the lone pick that the team's thrown in six), but the security comes at the price of conservative throws, and a low 10.91 YPC average.
PHI: LeSean McCoy bounced back with a 149-yard game against the Giants, cutting up field with six runs of 15 or more yards.
ARZ: Andre Ellington has trouble behind a run-unfriendly line, and hasn't hit 4.1 yards a carry per game in a number of weeks.
PHI: After some rough starts, the makeshift line is thriving behind Jason Peters' stellar play, and tremendous run-blocking from Lane Johnson and David Molk. Only seven sacks allowed in six games.
ARZ: Eleven sacks given up in six games is far from terrible, but the run-blocking has been awful. The interior line gets almost no push against defensive fronts.
ARZ: Only seven sacks on the year, led by Alex Okafor's two, is made even less impressive by a 65.33 percent completion percentage allowed. Calais Campbell's absence is a bother.
PHI: A respectable 4.16 YPA allowed, as Fletcher Cox and the front line does a fine job making stops, though some opponents like the Colts and 49ers have gashed them.
PHI: When the Eagles press, they force bad throws and make the quarterbacks hesitate. When they don't, you get games like the ones against the Redskins and Rams, where it's catch after catch.
ARZ: Eight picks in six games, and none from Patrick Peterson, are an indication of high awareness among the defenders, even if they are giving up over 65 percent completions.
Statistics from Pro Football Focus were used to write this story.
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