By BRIAN MILLER The Philadelphia Eagles may be a team with some big names on it, but they still have to contend with the Titans, who are a team that has struggled to score points lately.
As long as the Eagles don’t get into a groove against a Titans defense that has allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks, they should be able to hold on to the No. 2 overall seed in the NFC East.
The Eagles are favored to win the division by seven points, which would put them ahead of the Titans by a total of 16.5 points.
I think we can assume the Eagles are going to lose at least one game and the Titans are going in the right direction, which means that the Eagles’ path to the top of the division should be pretty clear.
There is no guarantee that the Titans will win.
There is a chance that they could finish the season with at least seven wins, which is the amount they managed last season, but the Eagles would be in a much better position to finish in the top three.
The Titans could also end up winning eight or nine games, which gives them a much higher chance to win than the Eagles.
I don’t think there is a real difference between the two teams.
The Eagles should be in the thick of the NFC South, which was a much different division than it is now.
I don’t see the Titans as the kind of team that can keep up with the Eagles and win every game.
If you are looking for a realistic shot at a top-three seed, you need to look at the Eagles or the Titans.
It will be a difficult road, but it is one worth taking.
There are three teams that I have a good shot at.
First, the Falcons are coming off a very respectable win over the Colts, and second, the Rams have a win over a good Saints team.
Both teams have had solid starts, but neither of those teams have the talent to match up against the Eagles, who should be a top five team in fantasy.
If you are in the market for a quarterback to start the season, the Eagles should get the nod, but I don`t think it is a lock.
The Jets are a good matchup, and the Saints have struggled to stop opposing quarterbacks in recent years.
There are two games left against the Rams and Saints, but if either of those are a step back, the Titans could be a more favorable match.
I like the idea of trading up for Mariota.
He is a better fit for what the Eagles have now than Marcus Mariots first year with the team, but there are a lot of reasons why he could be worth the money.
First of all, he is the first quarterback taken in the first round of the draft since Joe Flacco.
Secondly, he has a chance to have a big year.
I expect Mariota to have the highest fantasy points of any quarterback this season.
He has been fantastic in the Titans offense this season, leading the team to a 16-6 record and a 7-2 record in the second half of games.
He also leads the NFL in rushing touchdowns (10), yards per carry (6.7) and rushing touchdowns with his five rushing touchdowns.
He is the No, 1 quarterback in fantasy drafts right now.
The rest of the top-10 picks are going after quarterbacks who have a lot more upside.
Mariota is going to be an asset to the Eagles offense this year, and he could become a No. 1 fantasy quarterback in the league.