Eagles vs Titans Live: Eagles open as favorites with a scatter of points (-4) and won the most recent clash between the two teams at Lincoln Financial Field, 43-24 in November 2014.
The Philadelphia Eagles are just over 24 hours Thursday evening, Thursday evening, at the starting pre-season schedule of 2019 against the Tennessee titans at Lincoln Finn Field. It is currently unknown whether Carson Wentz or several other key players will play, but it will be a great opportunity for Nate Sudfeld, Cody Kessler and Clayton Thorson to showcase their works on the national stage.
The Eagles are currently training without both of their starting midfielders, with Nigel Bradham and Camu Grugier Hill, both detached. Both must return at some point in the early stages of the regular season, when Bradham can return during the first week, but the Eagles must plan their lives without them. They hope that Fort and Jerry will do the job.
The Eagles made Fort a priority in free will, making it one of the first free agents that they signed. Until now, he looked good in the camp, especially against jogging, and has such high-speed qualities that teams need in linear mode. The same can be said about Jerry, as defense coordinator Jim Schwartz praised him last week, stressing that the team won several major games with Jerry from the midfielder.
The vision of Jerry and Fort, both of whom should be given enough time, would play a big role in easing concerns about the absence of Bradham or Gruyere Hill. Security Rodney MacLeod returned to team exercises last week, which is a very positive sign of the veteran’s safety in returning from a torn ACL. At the same time, he, by his own admission, said that he is still not as fast as before, and uses a staple, which essentially covers his entire leg. This leaves the team with the question mark safe next to Malcolm Jenkins, and the two players who might be the first to ease these concerns are Sendejo and Sullivan. Sendejo receives representatives of the first team with the defense of the Eagles when MacLeod is not on the field, and seems to be appointed third in safety on the list. Sullivan seemed to be fighting for a spot on the list, but head coach Doug Pederson mentioned him on Wednesday morning at 94WIP as one of the reasons his lineup is so deep. The Eagles have some difficult decisions to make in safety, especially with the unknown about Macleod’s health.
The main question with Hollins is the same as his last year – will he play? Hollins has not played or practiced since the beginning of the rookie season, instead spending more time on the sideline, dealing with groin and hip injuries. This time, Hollins again turned out to be away from training, and his status on Thursday is rising. Suspension of Hollins allowed Arcega-Whiteside to enter and spend some time with the attack of the first team, which he has done so far in the training camp. Archega Whiteside may continue to separate from Hollins on Thursday’s depth chart.
Sanders and Adams find themselves in two completely different situations, approaching Thursday evening, but both should impress the coaching staff. Sanders insists on starting work again, but head coach Doug Pederson has already said that he needs to see how Sanders got hit and held the ball in the preseason, which is not such a subtle indication of the problems Sanders had in Pennsylvania. Holding the ball and playing as in a training camp, he can block the starting work for Sanders over Jordan Howard.
Adams, on the other hand, is trying to block the list of participants. Adams was impressed at the training camp and leaves the season in which he led the team in a hurry from 511 yards. Adams is struggling with Wendell Smallwood and Corey Clement for a place on the list, but Clement is unlikely to play, and Smallwood is already known as a commodity, it is Adams who can win or lose the most in the preseason.