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The start of the 2019 regular season is just around the corner. But before we get there, there’s still the final slate of preseason games on the horizon.

Week 4 of the 2019 preseason is filled with games that feature compelling position battles as teams will begin cutting their rosters down to the mandatory 53-man limit shortly after the final exhibition games are played. Thursday night will the final opportunity for many players to either earn a starting job or earn a spot on the 53-man roster before final decisions are made.

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Here’s everything you need to know heading into Week 4 of the NFL preseason:
How to Watch

TV: Two games will be shown on national TV, and those are listed below. You can check your local listings for local games.
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free), NFL Game Pass (Out of market)

This year, you can watch all out-of-market preseason games live on NFL Game Pass! Just follow the link in order to start your free trial today, and stick around for access to condensed games, coaches’ film and more during the regular season.

Note: All times Eastern.
Thursday, August 29

Vikings at Bills, 7 p.m.: Bills’ head coach Sean McDermott wasn’t coy when asked by the media which of his players are on the bubble to earn a roster spot heading into Thursday’s game. “All of them,” he joked, via NewYorkUpstate.com. While he was joking, McDermott wasn’t far off, with at least 10 Buffalo players (including running back T.J. Yeldon and former Eagles’ offensive lineman, Ryan Bates) fighting for a roster spot on Thursday night. Minnesota is hoping for a cornerback (or two) to show out on Thursday. Vikings’ head coach Mike Zimmer is hoping that Craig James, Duke Thomas and rookies Kris Boyd and Nate Meadors will each do enough to make their case to be on the final 53.

Colts at Bengals, 7 p.m.: The Colts’ first game of the post-Andrew Luck era will take place in Cincinnati. While Jacoby Brissett — Indianapolis’ new QB1 — most likely won’t play, Colts fans can expect to see a steady diet of backup quarterbacks Phillip Walker and Chad Kelly. Cincinnati first year head coach Zac Taylor is looking to solidify his receivers room. Auden Tate, Josh Malone, Cody Core, and Stanley Morgan will compete to win the final two remaining spots on the depth chart.

Eagles at Jets, 7 p.m.: The Eagles have position battles at wide receiver, safety and defensive end that will be on display. The Jets are still working to fill the hole at inside linebacker that was left following Avery Williamson’s season-ending knee injury. While Neville Hewitt is the front-runner to replace Williamson in the starting lineup, he will have to hold off teammates Blake Cashman and recent signee Albert McClellan.

Steelers at Panthers, 7 p.m., NFL Network: For the 17th consecutive year, Pittsburgh and Carolina will face off in the final week of the preseason. While the Panthers are still looking to solidify their personnel in the secondary heading into Thursday’s game, the Steelers are still looking to determine who will be their No. 2 quarterback. Josh Dobbs, Pittsburgh’s QB2 last season, will start against the Panthers as he looks to hold off Mason Rudolph, who will also see plenty of snaps against Carolina’s defense.

Falcons at Jaguars, 7 p.m.: All eyes will be on Atlanta’s kickers, as Blair Walsh and Giorgio Tavecchio will both look to win the starting job heading into Week 1. Jacksonville has several young players who are looking to strengthen their case to make the final 53, including receivers Tre McBride and C.J. Board, linebacker Joe Giles-Harris, cornerback Breon Borders and running back Devante Mays.

Lions at Browns, 7:30 p.m.: This game got a lot more interesting following the Lions’ recent signing of Luis Perez, a former community college and Division II walk-on and AAF quarterback who learned how to play the position by watching YouTube videos. Perez, who will look to make the Lions’ 53-man roster with a strong outing Thursday night, nearly became a professional bowler as an adolescent, as he has 12 perfect games under his belt. While Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield won’t play on Thursday, Cleveland has three other skill position players — receiver Braxton Miller, tight end Seth DeValve and running back Dontrell Hilliard — who will be competing for roster spots in the Browns’ final preseason game. Miller, a former college quarterback who has transitioned into a receiver, has impressed Cleveland head coach Freddie Kitchens during his short time in Cleveland. “I think he is picking up the offense,” Kitchens said of the recently-signed Miller, via the team’s official website. “So that tells you a little bit about his learning ability, and then we will see if we can put him in some positions to make some plays Thursday night.”

Giants at Patriots, 7:30 p.m.: Thursday night’s game will feature Daniel Jones’ first-career start. Jones has had an impressive preseason. In the Giants’ first three exhibition games, he has completed 25-of-30 passes for 369 yards and two touchdowns. He has fumbled three times, however, with two of his fumbles resulting in turnovers. The Patriots, meanwhile, are looking to solidify their depth at the receiver, offensive and defensive tackle, cornerback, defensive end and tight end positions.

Ravens at Redskins, 8 p.m.: Trace McSorley, playing against his childhood team on Thursday night, will look to earn a spot on Baltimore’s 53 with a solid outing against the Redskins. McSorely, who quarterbacked Penn State to a Big Ten title in 2016, is currently No. 3 on the Ravens’ depth chart. “Trace has definitely, definitely earned the right to be in our plans one way or another, and we’ll see how it shakes out,” Harbaugh said of McSorley, per the team’s official website. “We don’t know. It’s a decision that still has to be made. But I think he’s done everything he can do, for sure.” Washington’s biggest position battle was officially settled this week, when head coach Jay Gruden named Case Keenum his starting quarterback for the Redskins’ regular season opener against the Eagles.

Titans at Bears, 8 p.m.: Right guard remains the biggest question facing the Titans entering the final week of the preseason. Head coach Mike Vrabel is certainly hoping that either Kevin Pamphile or rookie Nate Davis can win the job Thursday night. Chicago’s biggest position battle also rests on the offensive line, with Alex Bars and Rashaad Coward still competing to be team’s swing tackle entering Week 1.

Buccaneers at Cowboys, 8 p.m.: The Bucs still have several position battles that includes the receiver, tight end, inside linebacker, kicker as well as on the offensive line. While the Cowboys have several lingering questions on their offensive line, who will be the team’s primary backup is still wide open. Cooper Rush and Mike White will get extensive snaps, but fans also shouldn’t count out Taryn Christion — who will also get snaps — pulling off the upset.

Chiefs at Packers, 8 p.m.: With Chad Henne’s recent injury, Kansas City’s biggest position battle entering Thursday will be at QB2. While recently signed Matt Moore won’t play, fellow backups Kyle Shurmur and Chase Litton will get a chance to compete for the job against the Packers. Green Bay’s biggest position battle is at the running back position between Tra Carson and rookie Dexter Williams.

Dolphins at Saints, 8 p.m.: Josh Rosen will likely start Miami’s final preseason game. Rosen, who has had a solid albeit unspectacular preseason to this point, is looking to make his final case to head coach Brian Flores to name him the Week 1 starter. New Orleans still has two interesting position battles at the backup quarterback and running back positions entering Thursday night’s game. New Orleans’ QB2 battle features Teddy Bridgewater, a former starter in Minnesota, who is looking to hold off Taysom Hill as Drew Brees’ primary backup.

Rams at Texans, 8 p.m.: While Los Angeles has two open position battles at inside linebacker and at the edge position, Houston is still trying to figure out who will replace running Lamar Miller, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week. Houston has a slew of options when it comes to filling out their depth chart at that position that includes newcomer Duke Johnson, Taiwan Jones, Buddy Howell and rookies Damarea Crockett, fellow undrafted free agent Karan Higdon and seventh-round fullback Cullen Gillaspia.

Cardinals at Broncos, 9 p.m.: The job as the Cardinals’ starting center is still up for grabs, with veteran A.Q. Shipley hoping to hold off challenger Mason Cole. Denver’s primary backup quarterback position is also up for grabs Thursday night in Denver, with Kevin Hogan and Brett Rypien, the nephew of Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien, getting a chance to make their collective cases against Arizona.

Chargers at 49ers, 10 p.m., NFL Network: A rematch of Super Bowl XXIX, there are several “super” position battles Chargers fans will be monitoring Thursday night. Cardale Jones will look to solidify his place as L.A.’s primary backup quarterback, while Detrez Newsome and Troymaine Pope will continue to compete to be the team’s primary backup running back. The 49ers’ biggest position battle entering Thursday night’s game is between Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman to be San Fran’s starting running back.

Raiders at Seattle: The battle to be the Raiders’ No. 2 quarterback is still wide open heading into Thursday night’s game. Nathan Peterman completed 23 of his 37 passes for 210 yards with two touchdowns and no picks in Oakland’s Week 3 preseason victory over Oakland. Mike Glennon, who threw just nine passes against the Packers, was 11 of 14 for 175 yards and two scores with no picks in Oakland’s second preseason game against the Cardinals. While Glennon is the favorite to win the job, a strong game by Peterson could keep this position battle open entering the Raiders’ final week of the preseason. Paxton Lynch, assuming that he will be cleared to play after sustaining a concussion earlier this preseason, will get one last chance to try to win the job as Seattle’s No. 2 quarterback ahead of Geno Smith.

Falcons vs Jaguars

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The start of the 2019 regular season is just around the corner. But before we get there, there’s still the final slate of preseason games on the horizon.

Week 4 of the 2019 preseason is filled with games that feature compelling position battles as teams will begin cutting their rosters down to the mandatory 53-man limit shortly after the final exhibition games are played. Thursday night will the final opportunity for many players to either earn a starting job or earn a spot on the 53-man roster before final decisions are made.

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Here’s everything you need to know heading into Week 4 of the NFL preseason:
How to Watch

TV: Two games will be shown on national TV, and those are listed below. You can check your local listings for local games.
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free), NFL Game Pass (Out of market)

This year, you can watch all out-of-market preseason games live on NFL Game Pass! Just follow the link in order to start your free trial today, and stick around for access to condensed games, coaches’ film and more during the regular season.

Note: All times Eastern.
Thursday, August 29

Vikings at Bills, 7 p.m.: Bills’ head coach Sean McDermott wasn’t coy when asked by the media which of his players are on the bubble to earn a roster spot heading into Thursday’s game. “All of them,” he joked, via NewYorkUpstate.com. While he was joking, McDermott wasn’t far off, with at least 10 Buffalo players (including running back T.J. Yeldon and former Eagles’ offensive lineman, Ryan Bates) fighting for a roster spot on Thursday night. Minnesota is hoping for a cornerback (or two) to show out on Thursday. Vikings’ head coach Mike Zimmer is hoping that Craig James, Duke Thomas and rookies Kris Boyd and Nate Meadors will each do enough to make their case to be on the final 53.

Colts at Bengals, 7 p.m.: The Colts’ first game of the post-Andrew Luck era will take place in Cincinnati. While Jacoby Brissett — Indianapolis’ new QB1 — most likely won’t play, Colts fans can expect to see a steady diet of backup quarterbacks Phillip Walker and Chad Kelly. Cincinnati first year head coach Zac Taylor is looking to solidify his receivers room. Auden Tate, Josh Malone, Cody Core, and Stanley Morgan will compete to win the final two remaining spots on the depth chart.

Eagles at Jets, 7 p.m.: The Eagles have position battles at wide receiver, safety and defensive end that will be on display. The Jets are still working to fill the hole at inside linebacker that was left following Avery Williamson’s season-ending knee injury. While Neville Hewitt is the front-runner to replace Williamson in the starting lineup, he will have to hold off teammates Blake Cashman and recent signee Albert McClellan.

Steelers at Panthers, 7 p.m., NFL Network: For the 17th consecutive year, Pittsburgh and Carolina will face off in the final week of the preseason. While the Panthers are still looking to solidify their personnel in the secondary heading into Thursday’s game, the Steelers are still looking to determine who will be their No. 2 quarterback. Josh Dobbs, Pittsburgh’s QB2 last season, will start against the Panthers as he looks to hold off Mason Rudolph, who will also see plenty of snaps against Carolina’s defense.

Falcons at Jaguars, 7 p.m.: All eyes will be on Atlanta’s kickers, as Blair Walsh and Giorgio Tavecchio will both look to win the starting job heading into Week 1. Jacksonville has several young players who are looking to strengthen their case to make the final 53, including receivers Tre McBride and C.J. Board, linebacker Joe Giles-Harris, cornerback Breon Borders and running back Devante Mays.

Lions at Browns, 7:30 p.m.: This game got a lot more interesting following the Lions’ recent signing of Luis Perez, a former community college and Division II walk-on and AAF quarterback who learned how to play the position by watching YouTube videos. Perez, who will look to make the Lions’ 53-man roster with a strong outing Thursday night, nearly became a professional bowler as an adolescent, as he has 12 perfect games under his belt. While Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield won’t play on Thursday, Cleveland has three other skill position players — receiver Braxton Miller, tight end Seth DeValve and running back Dontrell Hilliard — who will be competing for roster spots in the Browns’ final preseason game. Miller, a former college quarterback who has transitioned into a receiver, has impressed Cleveland head coach Freddie Kitchens during his short time in Cleveland. “I think he is picking up the offense,” Kitchens said of the recently-signed Miller, via the team’s official website. “So that tells you a little bit about his learning ability, and then we will see if we can put him in some positions to make some plays Thursday night.”

Giants at Patriots, 7:30 p.m.: Thursday night’s game will feature Daniel Jones’ first-career start. Jones has had an impressive preseason. In the Giants’ first three exhibition games, he has completed 25-of-30 passes for 369 yards and two touchdowns. He has fumbled three times, however, with two of his fumbles resulting in turnovers. The Patriots, meanwhile, are looking to solidify their depth at the receiver, offensive and defensive tackle, cornerback, defensive end and tight end positions.

Ravens at Redskins, 8 p.m.: Trace McSorley, playing against his childhood team on Thursday night, will look to earn a spot on Baltimore’s 53 with a solid outing against the Redskins. McSorely, who quarterbacked Penn State to a Big Ten title in 2016, is currently No. 3 on the Ravens’ depth chart. “Trace has definitely, definitely earned the right to be in our plans one way or another, and we’ll see how it shakes out,” Harbaugh said of McSorley, per the team’s official website. “We don’t know. It’s a decision that still has to be made. But I think he’s done everything he can do, for sure.” Washington’s biggest position battle was officially settled this week, when head coach Jay Gruden named Case Keenum his starting quarterback for the Redskins’ regular season opener against the Eagles.

Titans at Bears, 8 p.m.: Right guard remains the biggest question facing the Titans entering the final week of the preseason. Head coach Mike Vrabel is certainly hoping that either Kevin Pamphile or rookie Nate Davis can win the job Thursday night. Chicago’s biggest position battle also rests on the offensive line, with Alex Bars and Rashaad Coward still competing to be team’s swing tackle entering Week 1.

Buccaneers at Cowboys, 8 p.m.: The Bucs still have several position battles that includes the receiver, tight end, inside linebacker, kicker as well as on the offensive line. While the Cowboys have several lingering questions on their offensive line, who will be the team’s primary backup is still wide open. Cooper Rush and Mike White will get extensive snaps, but fans also shouldn’t count out Taryn Christion — who will also get snaps — pulling off the upset.

Chiefs at Packers, 8 p.m.: With Chad Henne’s recent injury, Kansas City’s biggest position battle entering Thursday will be at QB2. While recently signed Matt Moore won’t play, fellow backups Kyle Shurmur and Chase Litton will get a chance to compete for the job against the Packers. Green Bay’s biggest position battle is at the running back position between Tra Carson and rookie Dexter Williams.

Dolphins at Saints, 8 p.m.: Josh Rosen will likely start Miami’s final preseason game. Rosen, who has had a solid albeit unspectacular preseason to this point, is looking to make his final case to head coach Brian Flores to name him the Week 1 starter. New Orleans still has two interesting position battles at the backup quarterback and running back positions entering Thursday night’s game. New Orleans’ QB2 battle features Teddy Bridgewater, a former starter in Minnesota, who is looking to hold off Taysom Hill as Drew Brees’ primary backup.

Rams at Texans, 8 p.m.: While Los Angeles has two open position battles at inside linebacker and at the edge position, Houston is still trying to figure out who will replace running Lamar Miller, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week. Houston has a slew of options when it comes to filling out their depth chart at that position that includes newcomer Duke Johnson, Taiwan Jones, Buddy Howell and rookies Damarea Crockett, fellow undrafted free agent Karan Higdon and seventh-round fullback Cullen Gillaspia.

Cardinals at Broncos, 9 p.m.: The job as the Cardinals’ starting center is still up for grabs, with veteran A.Q. Shipley hoping to hold off challenger Mason Cole. Denver’s primary backup quarterback position is also up for grabs Thursday night in Denver, with Kevin Hogan and Brett Rypien, the nephew of Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien, getting a chance to make their collective cases against Arizona.

Chargers at 49ers, 10 p.m., NFL Network: A rematch of Super Bowl XXIX, there are several “super” position battles Chargers fans will be monitoring Thursday night. Cardale Jones will look to solidify his place as L.A.’s primary backup quarterback, while Detrez Newsome and Troymaine Pope will continue to compete to be the team’s primary backup running back. The 49ers’ biggest position battle entering Thursday night’s game is between Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman to be San Fran’s starting running back.

Raiders at Seattle: The battle to be the Raiders’ No. 2 quarterback is still wide open heading into Thursday night’s game. Nathan Peterman completed 23 of his 37 passes for 210 yards with two touchdowns and no picks in Oakland’s Week 3 preseason victory over Oakland. Mike Glennon, who threw just nine passes against the Packers, was 11 of 14 for 175 yards and two scores with no picks in Oakland’s second preseason game against the Cardinals. While Glennon is the favorite to win the job, a strong game by Peterson could keep this position battle open entering the Raiders’ final week of the preseason. Paxton Lynch, assuming that he will be cleared to play after sustaining a concussion earlier this preseason, will get one last chance to try to win the job as Seattle’s No. 2 quarterback ahead of Geno Smith.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs Atlanta Falcons

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The start of the 2019 regular season is just around the corner. But before we get there, there’s still the final slate of preseason games on the horizon.

Week 4 of the 2019 preseason is filled with games that feature compelling position battles as teams will begin cutting their rosters down to the mandatory 53-man limit shortly after the final exhibition games are played. Thursday night will the final opportunity for many players to either earn a starting job or earn a spot on the 53-man roster before final decisions are made.

Live Stream Free Signup & Free Air Stream

Here’s everything you need to know heading into Week 4 of the NFL preseason:
How to Watch

TV: Two games will be shown on national TV, and those are listed below. You can check your local listings for local games.
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free), NFL Game Pass (Out of market)

This year, you can watch all out-of-market preseason games live on NFL Game Pass! Just follow the link in order to start your free trial today, and stick around for access to condensed games, coaches’ film and more during the regular season.

Note: All times Eastern.
Thursday, August 29

Vikings at Bills, 7 p.m.: Bills’ head coach Sean McDermott wasn’t coy when asked by the media which of his players are on the bubble to earn a roster spot heading into Thursday’s game. “All of them,” he joked, via NewYorkUpstate.com. While he was joking, McDermott wasn’t far off, with at least 10 Buffalo players (including running back T.J. Yeldon and former Eagles’ offensive lineman, Ryan Bates) fighting for a roster spot on Thursday night. Minnesota is hoping for a cornerback (or two) to show out on Thursday. Vikings’ head coach Mike Zimmer is hoping that Craig James, Duke Thomas and rookies Kris Boyd and Nate Meadors will each do enough to make their case to be on the final 53.

Colts at Bengals, 7 p.m.: The Colts’ first game of the post-Andrew Luck era will take place in Cincinnati. While Jacoby Brissett — Indianapolis’ new QB1 — most likely won’t play, Colts fans can expect to see a steady diet of backup quarterbacks Phillip Walker and Chad Kelly. Cincinnati first year head coach Zac Taylor is looking to solidify his receivers room. Auden Tate, Josh Malone, Cody Core, and Stanley Morgan will compete to win the final two remaining spots on the depth chart.

Eagles at Jets, 7 p.m.: The Eagles have position battles at wide receiver, safety and defensive end that will be on display. The Jets are still working to fill the hole at inside linebacker that was left following Avery Williamson’s season-ending knee injury. While Neville Hewitt is the front-runner to replace Williamson in the starting lineup, he will have to hold off teammates Blake Cashman and recent signee Albert McClellan.

Steelers at Panthers, 7 p.m., NFL Network: For the 17th consecutive year, Pittsburgh and Carolina will face off in the final week of the preseason. While the Panthers are still looking to solidify their personnel in the secondary heading into Thursday’s game, the Steelers are still looking to determine who will be their No. 2 quarterback. Josh Dobbs, Pittsburgh’s QB2 last season, will start against the Panthers as he looks to hold off Mason Rudolph, who will also see plenty of snaps against Carolina’s defense.

Falcons at Jaguars, 7 p.m.: All eyes will be on Atlanta’s kickers, as Blair Walsh and Giorgio Tavecchio will both look to win the starting job heading into Week 1. Jacksonville has several young players who are looking to strengthen their case to make the final 53, including receivers Tre McBride and C.J. Board, linebacker Joe Giles-Harris, cornerback Breon Borders and running back Devante Mays.

Lions at Browns, 7:30 p.m.: This game got a lot more interesting following the Lions’ recent signing of Luis Perez, a former community college and Division II walk-on and AAF quarterback who learned how to play the position by watching YouTube videos. Perez, who will look to make the Lions’ 53-man roster with a strong outing Thursday night, nearly became a professional bowler as an adolescent, as he has 12 perfect games under his belt. While Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield won’t play on Thursday, Cleveland has three other skill position players — receiver Braxton Miller, tight end Seth DeValve and running back Dontrell Hilliard — who will be competing for roster spots in the Browns’ final preseason game. Miller, a former college quarterback who has transitioned into a receiver, has impressed Cleveland head coach Freddie Kitchens during his short time in Cleveland. “I think he is picking up the offense,” Kitchens said of the recently-signed Miller, via the team’s official website. “So that tells you a little bit about his learning ability, and then we will see if we can put him in some positions to make some plays Thursday night.”

Giants at Patriots, 7:30 p.m.: Thursday night’s game will feature Daniel Jones’ first-career start. Jones has had an impressive preseason. In the Giants’ first three exhibition games, he has completed 25-of-30 passes for 369 yards and two touchdowns. He has fumbled three times, however, with two of his fumbles resulting in turnovers. The Patriots, meanwhile, are looking to solidify their depth at the receiver, offensive and defensive tackle, cornerback, defensive end and tight end positions.

Ravens at Redskins, 8 p.m.: Trace McSorley, playing against his childhood team on Thursday night, will look to earn a spot on Baltimore’s 53 with a solid outing against the Redskins. McSorely, who quarterbacked Penn State to a Big Ten title in 2016, is currently No. 3 on the Ravens’ depth chart. “Trace has definitely, definitely earned the right to be in our plans one way or another, and we’ll see how it shakes out,” Harbaugh said of McSorley, per the team’s official website. “We don’t know. It’s a decision that still has to be made. But I think he’s done everything he can do, for sure.” Washington’s biggest position battle was officially settled this week, when head coach Jay Gruden named Case Keenum his starting quarterback for the Redskins’ regular season opener against the Eagles.

Titans at Bears, 8 p.m.: Right guard remains the biggest question facing the Titans entering the final week of the preseason. Head coach Mike Vrabel is certainly hoping that either Kevin Pamphile or rookie Nate Davis can win the job Thursday night. Chicago’s biggest position battle also rests on the offensive line, with Alex Bars and Rashaad Coward still competing to be team’s swing tackle entering Week 1.

Buccaneers at Cowboys, 8 p.m.: The Bucs still have several position battles that includes the receiver, tight end, inside linebacker, kicker as well as on the offensive line. While the Cowboys have several lingering questions on their offensive line, who will be the team’s primary backup is still wide open. Cooper Rush and Mike White will get extensive snaps, but fans also shouldn’t count out Taryn Christion — who will also get snaps — pulling off the upset.

Chiefs at Packers, 8 p.m.: With Chad Henne’s recent injury, Kansas City’s biggest position battle entering Thursday will be at QB2. While recently signed Matt Moore won’t play, fellow backups Kyle Shurmur and Chase Litton will get a chance to compete for the job against the Packers. Green Bay’s biggest position battle is at the running back position between Tra Carson and rookie Dexter Williams.

Dolphins at Saints, 8 p.m.: Josh Rosen will likely start Miami’s final preseason game. Rosen, who has had a solid albeit unspectacular preseason to this point, is looking to make his final case to head coach Brian Flores to name him the Week 1 starter. New Orleans still has two interesting position battles at the backup quarterback and running back positions entering Thursday night’s game. New Orleans’ QB2 battle features Teddy Bridgewater, a former starter in Minnesota, who is looking to hold off Taysom Hill as Drew Brees’ primary backup.

Rams at Texans, 8 p.m.: While Los Angeles has two open position battles at inside linebacker and at the edge position, Houston is still trying to figure out who will replace running Lamar Miller, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week. Houston has a slew of options when it comes to filling out their depth chart at that position that includes newcomer Duke Johnson, Taiwan Jones, Buddy Howell and rookies Damarea Crockett, fellow undrafted free agent Karan Higdon and seventh-round fullback Cullen Gillaspia.

Cardinals at Broncos, 9 p.m.: The job as the Cardinals’ starting center is still up for grabs, with veteran A.Q. Shipley hoping to hold off challenger Mason Cole. Denver’s primary backup quarterback position is also up for grabs Thursday night in Denver, with Kevin Hogan and Brett Rypien, the nephew of Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien, getting a chance to make their collective cases against Arizona.

Chargers at 49ers, 10 p.m., NFL Network: A rematch of Super Bowl XXIX, there are several “super” position battles Chargers fans will be monitoring Thursday night. Cardale Jones will look to solidify his place as L.A.’s primary backup quarterback, while Detrez Newsome and Troymaine Pope will continue to compete to be the team’s primary backup running back. The 49ers’ biggest position battle entering Thursday night’s game is between Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman to be San Fran’s starting running back.

Raiders at Seattle: The battle to be the Raiders’ No. 2 quarterback is still wide open heading into Thursday night’s game. Nathan Peterman completed 23 of his 37 passes for 210 yards with two touchdowns and no picks in Oakland’s Week 3 preseason victory over Oakland. Mike Glennon, who threw just nine passes against the Packers, was 11 of 14 for 175 yards and two scores with no picks in Oakland’s second preseason game against the Cardinals. While Glennon is the favorite to win the job, a strong game by Peterson could keep this position battle open entering the Raiders’ final week of the preseason. Paxton Lynch, assuming that he will be cleared to play after sustaining a concussion earlier this preseason, will get one last chance to try to win the job as Seattle’s No. 2 quarterback ahead of Geno Smith.

Atlanta Falcons vs Jacksonville Jaguars

Atlanta Falcons vs Jacksonville Jaguars : NFL Preseason Week 4 schedule: Dates, times, TV, how to stream every out-of-market game live. Everything you need to know about Week 4 of NFL preseason action

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The start of the 2019 regular season is just around the corner. But before we get there, there’s still the final slate of preseason games on the horizon.

Week 4 of the 2019 preseason is filled with games that feature compelling position battles as teams will begin cutting their rosters down to the mandatory 53-man limit shortly after the final exhibition games are played. Thursday night will the final opportunity for many players to either earn a starting job or earn a spot on the 53-man roster before final decisions are made.

Live Stream Free Signup & Free Air Stream

Here’s everything you need to know heading into Week 4 of the NFL preseason:
How to Watch

TV: Two games will be shown on national TV, and those are listed below. You can check your local listings for local games.
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Thursday, August 29

Vikings at Bills, 7 p.m.: Bills’ head coach Sean McDermott wasn’t coy when asked by the media which of his players are on the bubble to earn a roster spot heading into Thursday’s game. “All of them,” he joked, via NewYorkUpstate.com. While he was joking, McDermott wasn’t far off, with at least 10 Buffalo players (including running back T.J. Yeldon and former Eagles’ offensive lineman, Ryan Bates) fighting for a roster spot on Thursday night. Minnesota is hoping for a cornerback (or two) to show out on Thursday. Vikings’ head coach Mike Zimmer is hoping that Craig James, Duke Thomas and rookies Kris Boyd and Nate Meadors will each do enough to make their case to be on the final 53.

Colts at Bengals, 7 p.m.: The Colts’ first game of the post-Andrew Luck era will take place in Cincinnati. While Jacoby Brissett — Indianapolis’ new QB1 — most likely won’t play, Colts fans can expect to see a steady diet of backup quarterbacks Phillip Walker and Chad Kelly. Cincinnati first year head coach Zac Taylor is looking to solidify his receivers room. Auden Tate, Josh Malone, Cody Core, and Stanley Morgan will compete to win the final two remaining spots on the depth chart.

Eagles at Jets, 7 p.m.: The Eagles have position battles at wide receiver, safety and defensive end that will be on display. The Jets are still working to fill the hole at inside linebacker that was left following Avery Williamson’s season-ending knee injury. While Neville Hewitt is the front-runner to replace Williamson in the starting lineup, he will have to hold off teammates Blake Cashman and recent signee Albert McClellan.

Steelers at Panthers, 7 p.m., NFL Network: For the 17th consecutive year, Pittsburgh and Carolina will face off in the final week of the preseason. While the Panthers are still looking to solidify their personnel in the secondary heading into Thursday’s game, the Steelers are still looking to determine who will be their No. 2 quarterback. Josh Dobbs, Pittsburgh’s QB2 last season, will start against the Panthers as he looks to hold off Mason Rudolph, who will also see plenty of snaps against Carolina’s defense.

Falcons at Jaguars, 7 p.m.: All eyes will be on Atlanta’s kickers, as Blair Walsh and Giorgio Tavecchio will both look to win the starting job heading into Week 1. Jacksonville has several young players who are looking to strengthen their case to make the final 53, including receivers Tre McBride and C.J. Board, linebacker Joe Giles-Harris, cornerback Breon Borders and running back Devante Mays.

Lions at Browns, 7:30 p.m.: This game got a lot more interesting following the Lions’ recent signing of Luis Perez, a former community college and Division II walk-on and AAF quarterback who learned how to play the position by watching YouTube videos. Perez, who will look to make the Lions’ 53-man roster with a strong outing Thursday night, nearly became a professional bowler as an adolescent, as he has 12 perfect games under his belt. While Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield won’t play on Thursday, Cleveland has three other skill position players — receiver Braxton Miller, tight end Seth DeValve and running back Dontrell Hilliard — who will be competing for roster spots in the Browns’ final preseason game. Miller, a former college quarterback who has transitioned into a receiver, has impressed Cleveland head coach Freddie Kitchens during his short time in Cleveland. “I think he is picking up the offense,” Kitchens said of the recently-signed Miller, via the team’s official website. “So that tells you a little bit about his learning ability, and then we will see if we can put him in some positions to make some plays Thursday night.”

Giants at Patriots, 7:30 p.m.: Thursday night’s game will feature Daniel Jones’ first-career start. Jones has had an impressive preseason. In the Giants’ first three exhibition games, he has completed 25-of-30 passes for 369 yards and two touchdowns. He has fumbled three times, however, with two of his fumbles resulting in turnovers. The Patriots, meanwhile, are looking to solidify their depth at the receiver, offensive and defensive tackle, cornerback, defensive end and tight end positions.

Ravens at Redskins, 8 p.m.: Trace McSorley, playing against his childhood team on Thursday night, will look to earn a spot on Baltimore’s 53 with a solid outing against the Redskins. McSorely, who quarterbacked Penn State to a Big Ten title in 2016, is currently No. 3 on the Ravens’ depth chart. “Trace has definitely, definitely earned the right to be in our plans one way or another, and we’ll see how it shakes out,” Harbaugh said of McSorley, per the team’s official website. “We don’t know. It’s a decision that still has to be made. But I think he’s done everything he can do, for sure.” Washington’s biggest position battle was officially settled this week, when head coach Jay Gruden named Case Keenum his starting quarterback for the Redskins’ regular season opener against the Eagles.

Titans at Bears, 8 p.m.: Right guard remains the biggest question facing the Titans entering the final week of the preseason. Head coach Mike Vrabel is certainly hoping that either Kevin Pamphile or rookie Nate Davis can win the job Thursday night. Chicago’s biggest position battle also rests on the offensive line, with Alex Bars and Rashaad Coward still competing to be team’s swing tackle entering Week 1.

Buccaneers at Cowboys, 8 p.m.: The Bucs still have several position battles that includes the receiver, tight end, inside linebacker, kicker as well as on the offensive line. While the Cowboys have several lingering questions on their offensive line, who will be the team’s primary backup is still wide open. Cooper Rush and Mike White will get extensive snaps, but fans also shouldn’t count out Taryn Christion — who will also get snaps — pulling off the upset.

Chiefs at Packers, 8 p.m.: With Chad Henne’s recent injury, Kansas City’s biggest position battle entering Thursday will be at QB2. While recently signed Matt Moore won’t play, fellow backups Kyle Shurmur and Chase Litton will get a chance to compete for the job against the Packers. Green Bay’s biggest position battle is at the running back position between Tra Carson and rookie Dexter Williams.

Dolphins at Saints, 8 p.m.: Josh Rosen will likely start Miami’s final preseason game. Rosen, who has had a solid albeit unspectacular preseason to this point, is looking to make his final case to head coach Brian Flores to name him the Week 1 starter. New Orleans still has two interesting position battles at the backup quarterback and running back positions entering Thursday night’s game. New Orleans’ QB2 battle features Teddy Bridgewater, a former starter in Minnesota, who is looking to hold off Taysom Hill as Drew Brees’ primary backup.

Rams at Texans, 8 p.m.: While Los Angeles has two open position battles at inside linebacker and at the edge position, Houston is still trying to figure out who will replace running Lamar Miller, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week. Houston has a slew of options when it comes to filling out their depth chart at that position that includes newcomer Duke Johnson, Taiwan Jones, Buddy Howell and rookies Damarea Crockett, fellow undrafted free agent Karan Higdon and seventh-round fullback Cullen Gillaspia.

Cardinals at Broncos, 9 p.m.: The job as the Cardinals’ starting center is still up for grabs, with veteran A.Q. Shipley hoping to hold off challenger Mason Cole. Denver’s primary backup quarterback position is also up for grabs Thursday night in Denver, with Kevin Hogan and Brett Rypien, the nephew of Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien, getting a chance to make their collective cases against Arizona.

Chargers at 49ers, 10 p.m., NFL Network: A rematch of Super Bowl XXIX, there are several “super” position battles Chargers fans will be monitoring Thursday night. Cardale Jones will look to solidify his place as L.A.’s primary backup quarterback, while Detrez Newsome and Troymaine Pope will continue to compete to be the team’s primary backup running back. The 49ers’ biggest position battle entering Thursday night’s game is between Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman to be San Fran’s starting running back.

Raiders at Seattle: The battle to be the Raiders’ No. 2 quarterback is still wide open heading into Thursday night’s game. Nathan Peterman completed 23 of his 37 passes for 210 yards with two touchdowns and no picks in Oakland’s Week 3 preseason victory over Oakland. Mike Glennon, who threw just nine passes against the Packers, was 11 of 14 for 175 yards and two scores with no picks in Oakland’s second preseason game against the Cardinals. While Glennon is the favorite to win the job, a strong game by Peterson could keep this position battle open entering the Raiders’ final week of the preseason. Paxton Lynch, assuming that he will be cleared to play after sustaining a concussion earlier this preseason, will get one last chance to try to win the job as Seattle’s No. 2 quarterback ahead of Geno Smith.

Jaguars Football

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A year after reaching the AFC Championship Game and nearly beating the New England Patriots, the Jags fell apart last season, going just 5-11 and at one point losing seven straight games.

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Things got so bad that running back Leonard Fournette and the team nearly had a falling out, though that relationship seems mended at this point. But can the Jaguars recover from a hugely disappointing season and be a contender again in 2019?

That answer will fall squarely on the shoulders of the team’s biggest offseason addition, quarterback Nick Foles, who led the Philadelphia Eagles to two straight playoff appearances and a Super Bowl title in 2018 in relief of the injured Carson Wentz.

The 30-year-old is an upgrade over Blake Bortles (now the backup for the Los Angeles Rams). If he can stabilize the quarterback position, the Jaguars could be major bounce-back contenders.

Foles won’t have the weapons in Jacksonville that he had with the Eagles, but Fournette, DJ Chark, Dede Westbrook and Chris Conley are a solid enough group at the skill positions. Signing Jake Ryan to join Telvin Smith and Myles Jack at linebacker gives the team a dangerous group at that position.

Releasing defensive tackle Malik Jackson, safety Tashaun Gipson, right tackle Jermey Parnell, running back Carlos Hyde and Bortles, among others, cleared cap space, though Jackson, Gipson and Parnell need to be replaced in the starting lineup. The Jaguars will have a chance to add quality depth in the upcoming NFL draft, and if they do, the pieces are in place for this to be a good team.

Will they play up to their potential and return to prominence? Or will they underachieve yet again? Let’s take a look at the schedule they will face as they answer those questions.

Jacksonville Jaguars Game Schedule

Week 1: vs Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Sept. 8 at 1 p.m. (CBS)

Week 2: vs Houston Texans on Sunday, Sept. 15 at 1 p.m. (CBS)

Week 3: vs Tennessee Titans on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 8:20 p.m. (NFL Network)

Week 4: vs Denver Broncos on Sunday, Sept. 29 at 4:25 p.m. (CBS)

Week 5: vs Carolina Panthers on Sunday, Oct. 6, at 1 p.m. (CBS)

Week 6: vs New Orleans Saints on Sunday, Oct. 13 at 1 p.m. (CBS)

Week 7: vs Bengals Game on Sunday, Oct. 20 at 1 p.m. (CBS)

Week 8: vs New York Jets on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 1 p.m. (CBS)

Week 9: vs Houston Texans in London on Sunday, Nov. 3 at 9:30 a.m. (NFL Network)

Week 10: BYE

Week 11: vs Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 1 p.m. (CBS)

Week 12: vs Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 4:05 p.m. (CBS)

Week 13: vs Buccaneers Game on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 1 p.m. (Fox)

Week 14: vs Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, Dec. 8 at 4:05 p.m. (Fox)

Week 15: vs Oakland Raiders on Sunday, Dec. 15 at 4:05 p.m. (CBS)

Week 16: vs Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, Dec. 22 at 1 p.m. (Fox)

Week 17: Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, Dec. 29 at 1 p.m. (CBS)

The Jaguars do not have an easy schedule. They have seven games against playoff teams from a season ago and six games against the tough AFC South, which includes two of those playoff teams, the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts.

But the Jaguars lucked out in drawing their toughest nonconference opponents at home: the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers and New Orleans Saints. Kansas City and New Orleans are particularly tough environments to play in, but the Jags won’t have to deal with them in 2019.

But defeating the Chiefs, Chargers and Saints at home won’t be easy, either.

There aren’t a ton of easy tasks on the schedule. The Tennessee Titans, Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers are all aiming to bounce back like the Jaguars. The Oakland Raiders and New York Jets made solid moves this offseason and should be improved. The Jags have to travel to Denver to face the Broncos, which means they’ll have to deal with the altitude.

On this schedule, the Cincinnati Bengals and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are arguably the easiest matchups, but they are hardly guaranteed wins for a Jacksonville team that has shown serious bouts of inconsistency in the past.

All told, this slate of games should make Jags fans nervous.

Matchups

Amid all of Jacksonville’s issues and struggles last year, perhaps nothing was harder to stomach than the team’s 1-5 record against the AFC South. Dramatically improving that mark this season will be a huge goal for the Jaguars.

It won’t be easy. The Texans are extremely talented, led by Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins on the offensive side of the ball and J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney on defense. The Indianapolis Colts have steadily and quietly built a contender around Andrew Luck. The Titans are built around a strong run game and scrappy defense, making them a tough foe.

The AFC South is a tough division, and for the Jaguars to reenter the playoff conversation, they’ll need to be far better in these six games than they were a season ago.

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Jets vs Eagles : The New York Jets take on the Philadelphia Eagles in East Rutherford on Saturday night in the Jets third pre-season game of 2019. Previewing this matchup, Brandon Gowton, the Manager of Bleeding Green Nation, was kind enough to answer a few questions for me regarding the 2019 Eagles. You can check out Michael Nania’s answers to Brandon’s questions regarding the Jets here over on Bleeding Green Nation.

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1. The Eagles made the decision to stick with Carson Wentz and cut ties with Super Bowl hero Nick Foles this past offseason, despite Foles seemingly rescuing the Eagles’ season in relief of Wentz two years in a row. Wentz is obviously the more physically gifted quarterback, but he struggled to generate wins last year. Is there any sentiment among Eagles fans that the Eagles may have picked the wrong guy to keep?

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Technically it’s Foles who decided to cut ties with the Eagles. The team picked up his 2019 option but Foles opted out in order to seek a more lucrative offer in free agency.

The “Foles > Wentz” sentiment definitely exists but it’s a minority opinion. The idea that Foles rescued the Eagles two years in a row isn’t entirely true.

Wentz was obviously playing at an MVP level before getting hurt in 2017; he looked plenty capable of leading the team on a special postseason run. Foles looked shaky towards the end of the regular season and even the Eagles’ first playoff game before really turning it on in the 2018 NFC Championship Game and the Super Bowl itself.

Wentz wasn’t as good in 2018 as he was coming off his ACL injury but he was hardly bad. His passing metrics were merely slightly above average to average. Foles did have success when filling in again for Wentz in 2018, yes, but the entire team also really stepped up around him. The defense allowed 5.2 fewer points per game in Foles starts than Wentz starts. The offensive resurgence also coincided with the Eagles’ increased utilization of 12 personnel.

Foles will always be a legend in Philly for what he accomplished as the team’s only Super Bowl MVP. He was a great backup quarterback for the Eagles. But the jury is still out on Foles as a long-term starter. For all the talk about Wentz’s injury issues, Foles has been hurt a lot as well and has never even played a full 16 game season. Foles is also a very high variance quarterback; he can look amazing and he can look awful. It’s easier for him to get hot in shorter stretches like he’s had with Eagles as opposed to starting for entire seasons.

I’ll be curious to see how Foles does with the Jaguars. I’m hoping for the best. Based on his career body of work, though, I’m expecting to see some real ups and downs.

Sticking with Wentz was the easy call. Wentz is far from perfect but we know his ceiling is an MVP caliber player. He didn’t finish the job in 2017, no, but he put the Eagles in tremendous position to win their first Super Bowl. Betting on Wentz’s upside — while receiving a 2020 third-round compensatory pick for losing Foles — seems pretty reasonable to me.

2. There have been some positive reports out of Eagles camp regarding Eagles draftees running back Miles Sanders and wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. How do you assess this year’s Eagles draft class?

The early returns on the Eagles’ 2019 draft class are encouraging.

First-round pick Andre Dillard has impressed. He looks like a legitimate replacement at left tackle once Jason Peters retires (or gets hurt this year). The Eagles have the luxury of not forcing Dillard into the starting lineup right away since Peters is still around. Dillard will benefit from learning from Peters — a future Hall of Famer — and offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland.

Miles Sanders is easily the most dynamic running back on the Eagles’ roster. He just has juice that the other backs on the team don’t possess. Sanders should be fun to watch while he makes defenders miss. He’s hardly going to get 20 carries per game out of the gate; that’s not how the Eagles operate. But Sanders could earn more and more playing time as the season goes along, especially if Jordan Howard isn’t lighting the world on fire.

JJ Arcega-Whiteside had a great spring but a quieter camp before exploding for 104 yards and one touchdown during the Eagles’ third preseason game. JJ won’t be a starter in the Eagles’ offense since Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, and Nelson Agholor are all ahead of him on the depth chart. But there’s room for JJ on offense as a role player and he looks like he can contribute in that capacity. His signature jump ball ability makes him an especially intriguing weapon in the red zone.

Fourth-round pick Shareef Miller likely won’t play much in 2019. The rookie defensive end is behind five guys on the depth chart.

Fifth-round pick Clayton Thorson looked like a Christian Hackenberg-level disaster (sorry to invoke his name) in his first preseason game but he settled in during his second preseason appearance. It looks like the Eagles will try to keep Thorson on the practice squad.

3. The Eagles added big back Jordan Howard in the offseason to a backfield that includes Miles Sanders, Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement, Josh Adams, Donnel Pumphrey and Darren Sproles. How do you think the workload will be shared in a crowded Eagles backfield? Which Eagles backs might be on the cutting block?

Sanders, Howard, Sproles, and Clement are the four running backs likely to make the Eagles’ 53-man roster. There’s been some talk they could keep Smallwood as a fifth guy, which I hope isn’t true because there’s no need to do that.

Sanders and Howard will likely split the bulk of the Eagles’ carries. I tend to think Howard will be the “1A” in their rotation early on but he could lose playing time to Sanders as the season goes along. Beyond those two, Sproles and Clement project to get touches as role players since they’re factors in the passing game. Doug Pederson and Duce Staley haven’t been shy to rotate their backs in Philly so I’m expecting we’ll see that continue in 2019. Certain matchups and certain situations will influence who gets the rock.

4. The Eagles struggled to defend the pass in 2018, giving up more passing yards than all but two NFL teams. What have the Eagles done to address the pass defense, and are you optimistic it will be improved in 2019?

The Eagles have invested resources into the defensive line, as they’re wont to do. They re-signed Super Bowl hero Brandon Graham to a deal worth $40 million. They also signed Malik Jackson to a deal worth $30 million in addition to bringing back Timmy Jernigan. The Eagles led the NFL in total pressure generated back during their Super Bowl season. They’re always going to emphasize their pass rush.

The Eagles didn’t make any major new additions to the secondary. They did re-sign 2017 and 2018 starting cornerback Ronald Darby, who is coming off an ACL injury. The other corners in the mix for playing time are young draft picks: Sidney Jones (2017 second-round), Rasul Douglas (2017 third-round), and Avonte Maddox (2018 fourth-round). Jones has shown some progress this offseason so the team is hoping they can count on him as a key contributor. Douglas has also looked good and is pushing for snaps on the outside. Maddox made a number of big plays as a rookie and the Eagles like him as their slot corner. The Eagles still have Malcolm Jenkins at safety and Rodney McLeod is back after suffering a knee injury early in 2018.

The pass defense struggled earlier in 2018 before settling down towards the end of the season and into the playoffs. Maybe the Eagles can carry that positive momentum into 2019. I wouldn’t say I’m super confident in the pass defense since the Eagles have some players on defense still making their way back from injury. I think there’s potential for it to at least be respectable, which is all I really care about to be honest. I think the offense is going to have to be the unit that shines for the Eagles to be successful in 2019 anyway. The defense being good would certainly be nice but I don’t think it’s realistically good enough to make up for an ineffective offense.

5. What are your expectations for the 2019 Eagles? What is your biggest concern, and what are you most confident about?

I expect the Eagles to go 11-5 this year. They should be legitimate Super Bowl contenders will all the talent they have on this roster. Doug Pederson has proven himself as a championship caliber head coach.

You’ll be shocked to see this but I’m most concerned about Carson Wentz’s health. He’s had injuries issues and — with all due respect to Josh McCown — the Eagles’ season is likely over if Wentz gets hurt for a long period of time.

I’m most confident in this Eagles offense being real good. Wentz has MVP level talent and he’s working with a tremendous supporting cast. Tell me this isn’t an impressive list of weapons: Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, Nelson Agholor, JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, Miles Sanders, Jordan Howard, Darren Sproles, Corey Clement. The Eagles’ offensive line should also be among the best units in the league.

Jackson’s presence is especially intriguing because he’s arguably still the best deep threat in the NFL; he led the NFL in yards per reception last season. Jackson is easily the best burner that Wentz has ever played with and they’ve already formed a strong chemistry in practice

Eagles vs Jets

Eagles vs Jets :The New York Jets take on the Philadelphia Eagles in East Rutherford on Saturday night in the Jets third pre-season game of 2019. Previewing this matchup, Brandon Gowton, the Manager of Bleeding Green Nation, was kind enough to answer a few questions for me regarding the 2019 Eagles. You can check out Michael Nania’s answers to Brandon’s questions regarding the Jets here over on Bleeding Green Nation.

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1. The Eagles made the decision to stick with Carson Wentz and cut ties with Super Bowl hero Nick Foles this past offseason, despite Foles seemingly rescuing the Eagles’ season in relief of Wentz two years in a row. Wentz is obviously the more physically gifted quarterback, but he struggled to generate wins last year. Is there any sentiment among Eagles fans that the Eagles may have picked the wrong guy to keep?

Technically it’s Foles who decided to cut ties with the Eagles. The team picked up his 2019 option but Foles opted out in order to seek a more lucrative offer in free agency.

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The “Foles > Wentz” sentiment definitely exists but it’s a minority opinion. The idea that Foles rescued the Eagles two years in a row isn’t entirely true.

Wentz was obviously playing at an MVP level before getting hurt in 2017; he looked plenty capable of leading the team on a special postseason run. Foles looked shaky towards the end of the regular season and even the Eagles’ first playoff game before really turning it on in the 2018 NFC Championship Game and the Super Bowl itself.

Wentz wasn’t as good in 2018 as he was coming off his ACL injury but he was hardly bad. His passing metrics were merely slightly above average to average. Foles did have success when filling in again for Wentz in 2018, yes, but the entire team also really stepped up around him. The defense allowed 5.2 fewer points per game in Foles starts than Wentz starts. The offensive resurgence also coincided with the Eagles’ increased utilization of 12 personnel.

Foles will always be a legend in Philly for what he accomplished as the team’s only Super Bowl MVP. He was a great backup quarterback for the Eagles. But the jury is still out on Foles as a long-term starter. For all the talk about Wentz’s injury issues, Foles has been hurt a lot as well and has never even played a full 16 game season. Foles is also a very high variance quarterback; he can look amazing and he can look awful. It’s easier for him to get hot in shorter stretches like he’s had with Eagles as opposed to starting for entire seasons.

I’ll be curious to see how Foles does with the Jaguars. I’m hoping for the best. Based on his career body of work, though, I’m expecting to see some real ups and downs.

Sticking with Wentz was the easy call. Wentz is far from perfect but we know his ceiling is an MVP caliber player. He didn’t finish the job in 2017, no, but he put the Eagles in tremendous position to win their first Super Bowl. Betting on Wentz’s upside — while receiving a 2020 third-round compensatory pick for losing Foles — seems pretty reasonable to me.

2. There have been some positive reports out of Eagles camp regarding Eagles draftees running back Miles Sanders and wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. How do you assess this year’s Eagles draft class?

The early returns on the Eagles’ 2019 draft class are encouraging.

First-round pick Andre Dillard has impressed. He looks like a legitimate replacement at left tackle once Jason Peters retires (or gets hurt this year). The Eagles have the luxury of not forcing Dillard into the starting lineup right away since Peters is still around. Dillard will benefit from learning from Peters — a future Hall of Famer — and offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland.

Miles Sanders is easily the most dynamic running back on the Eagles’ roster. He just has juice that the other backs on the team don’t possess. Sanders should be fun to watch while he makes defenders miss. He’s hardly going to get 20 carries per game out of the gate; that’s not how the Eagles operate. But Sanders could earn more and more playing time as the season goes along, especially if Jordan Howard isn’t lighting the world on fire.

JJ Arcega-Whiteside had a great spring but a quieter camp before exploding for 104 yards and one touchdown during the Eagles’ third preseason game. JJ won’t be a starter in the Eagles’ offense since Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, and Nelson Agholor are all ahead of him on the depth chart. But there’s room for JJ on offense as a role player and he looks like he can contribute in that capacity. His signature jump ball ability makes him an especially intriguing weapon in the red zone.

Fourth-round pick Shareef Miller likely won’t play much in 2019. The rookie defensive end is behind five guys on the depth chart.

Fifth-round pick Clayton Thorson looked like a Christian Hackenberg-level disaster (sorry to invoke his name) in his first preseason game but he settled in during his second preseason appearance. It looks like the Eagles will try to keep Thorson on the practice squad.

3. The Eagles added big back Jordan Howard in the offseason to a backfield that includes Miles Sanders, Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement, Josh Adams, Donnel Pumphrey and Darren Sproles. How do you think the workload will be shared in a crowded Eagles backfield? Which Eagles backs might be on the cutting block?

Sanders, Howard, Sproles, and Clement are the four running backs likely to make the Eagles’ 53-man roster. There’s been some talk they could keep Smallwood as a fifth guy, which I hope isn’t true because there’s no need to do that.

Sanders and Howard will likely split the bulk of the Eagles’ carries. I tend to think Howard will be the “1A” in their rotation early on but he could lose playing time to Sanders as the season goes along. Beyond those two, Sproles and Clement project to get touches as role players since they’re factors in the passing game. Doug Pederson and Duce Staley haven’t been shy to rotate their backs in Philly so I’m expecting we’ll see that continue in 2019. Certain matchups and certain situations will influence who gets the rock.

4. The Eagles struggled to defend the pass in 2018, giving up more passing yards than all but two NFL teams. What have the Eagles done to address the pass defense, and are you optimistic it will be improved in 2019?

The Eagles have invested resources into the defensive line, as they’re wont to do. They re-signed Super Bowl hero Brandon Graham to a deal worth $40 million. They also signed Malik Jackson to a deal worth $30 million in addition to bringing back Timmy Jernigan. The Eagles led the NFL in total pressure generated back during their Super Bowl season. They’re always going to emphasize their pass rush.

The Eagles didn’t make any major new additions to the secondary. They did re-sign 2017 and 2018 starting cornerback Ronald Darby, who is coming off an ACL injury. The other corners in the mix for playing time are young draft picks: Sidney Jones (2017 second-round), Rasul Douglas (2017 third-round), and Avonte Maddox (2018 fourth-round). Jones has shown some progress this offseason so the team is hoping they can count on him as a key contributor. Douglas has also looked good and is pushing for snaps on the outside. Maddox made a number of big plays as a rookie and the Eagles like him as their slot corner. The Eagles still have Malcolm Jenkins at safety and Rodney McLeod is back after suffering a knee injury early in 2018.

The pass defense struggled earlier in 2018 before settling down towards the end of the season and into the playoffs. Maybe the Eagles can carry that positive momentum into 2019. I wouldn’t say I’m super confident in the pass defense since the Eagles have some players on defense still making their way back from injury. I think there’s potential for it to at least be respectable, which is all I really care about to be honest. I think the offense is going to have to be the unit that shines for the Eagles to be successful in 2019 anyway. The defense being good would certainly be nice but I don’t think it’s realistically good enough to make up for an ineffective offense.

5. What are your expectations for the 2019 Eagles? What is your biggest concern, and what are you most confident about?

I expect the Eagles to go 11-5 this year. They should be legitimate Super Bowl contenders will all the talent they have on this roster. Doug Pederson has proven himself as a championship caliber head coach.

You’ll be shocked to see this but I’m most concerned about Carson Wentz’s health. He’s had injuries issues and — with all due respect to Josh McCown — the Eagles’ season is likely over if Wentz gets hurt for a long period of time.

I’m most confident in this Eagles offense being real good. Wentz has MVP level talent and he’s working with a tremendous supporting cast. Tell me this isn’t an impressive list of weapons: Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, Nelson Agholor, JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, Miles Sanders, Jordan Howard, Darren Sproles, Corey Clement. The Eagles’ offensive line should also be among the best units in the league.

Jackson’s presence is especially intriguing because he’s arguably still the best deep threat in the NFL; he led the NFL in yards per reception last season. Jackson is easily the best burner that Wentz has ever played with and they’ve already formed a strong chemistry in practice

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New York Jets vs Philadelphia Eagles : The New York Jets take on the Philadelphia Eagles in East Rutherford on Saturday night in the Jets third pre-season game of 2019. Previewing this matchup, Brandon Gowton, the Manager of Bleeding Green Nation, was kind enough to answer a few questions for me regarding the 2019 Eagles. You can check out Michael Nania’s answers to Brandon’s questions regarding the Jets here over on Bleeding Green Nation.

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1. The Eagles made the decision to stick with Carson Wentz and cut ties with Super Bowl hero Nick Foles this past offseason, despite Foles seemingly rescuing the Eagles’ season in relief of Wentz two years in a row. Wentz is obviously the more physically gifted quarterback, but he struggled to generate wins last year. Is there any sentiment among Eagles fans that the Eagles may have picked the wrong guy to keep?

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Technically it’s Foles who decided to cut ties with the Eagles. The team picked up his 2019 option but Foles opted out in order to seek a more lucrative offer in free agency.

The “Foles > Wentz” sentiment definitely exists but it’s a minority opinion. The idea that Foles rescued the Eagles two years in a row isn’t entirely true.

Wentz was obviously playing at an MVP level before getting hurt in 2017; he looked plenty capable of leading the team on a special postseason run. Foles looked shaky towards the end of the regular season and even the Eagles’ first playoff game before really turning it on in the 2018 NFC Championship Game and the Super Bowl itself.

Wentz wasn’t as good in 2018 as he was coming off his ACL injury but he was hardly bad. His passing metrics were merely slightly above average to average. Foles did have success when filling in again for Wentz in 2018, yes, but the entire team also really stepped up around him. The defense allowed 5.2 fewer points per game in Foles starts than Wentz starts. The offensive resurgence also coincided with the Eagles’ increased utilization of 12 personnel.

Foles will always be a legend in Philly for what he accomplished as the team’s only Super Bowl MVP. He was a great backup quarterback for the Eagles. But the jury is still out on Foles as a long-term starter. For all the talk about Wentz’s injury issues, Foles has been hurt a lot as well and has never even played a full 16 game season. Foles is also a very high variance quarterback; he can look amazing and he can look awful. It’s easier for him to get hot in shorter stretches like he’s had with Eagles as opposed to starting for entire seasons.

I’ll be curious to see how Foles does with the Jaguars. I’m hoping for the best. Based on his career body of work, though, I’m expecting to see some real ups and downs.

Sticking with Wentz was the easy call. Wentz is far from perfect but we know his ceiling is an MVP caliber player. He didn’t finish the job in 2017, no, but he put the Eagles in tremendous position to win their first Super Bowl. Betting on Wentz’s upside — while receiving a 2020 third-round compensatory pick for losing Foles — seems pretty reasonable to me.

2. There have been some positive reports out of Eagles camp regarding Eagles draftees running back Miles Sanders and wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. How do you assess this year’s Eagles draft class?

The early returns on the Eagles’ 2019 draft class are encouraging.

First-round pick Andre Dillard has impressed. He looks like a legitimate replacement at left tackle once Jason Peters retires (or gets hurt this year). The Eagles have the luxury of not forcing Dillard into the starting lineup right away since Peters is still around. Dillard will benefit from learning from Peters — a future Hall of Famer — and offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland.

Miles Sanders is easily the most dynamic running back on the Eagles’ roster. He just has juice that the other backs on the team don’t possess. Sanders should be fun to watch while he makes defenders miss. He’s hardly going to get 20 carries per game out of the gate; that’s not how the Eagles operate. But Sanders could earn more and more playing time as the season goes along, especially if Jordan Howard isn’t lighting the world on fire.

JJ Arcega-Whiteside had a great spring but a quieter camp before exploding for 104 yards and one touchdown during the Eagles’ third preseason game. JJ won’t be a starter in the Eagles’ offense since Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, and Nelson Agholor are all ahead of him on the depth chart. But there’s room for JJ on offense as a role player and he looks like he can contribute in that capacity. His signature jump ball ability makes him an especially intriguing weapon in the red zone.

Fourth-round pick Shareef Miller likely won’t play much in 2019. The rookie defensive end is behind five guys on the depth chart.

Fifth-round pick Clayton Thorson looked like a Christian Hackenberg-level disaster (sorry to invoke his name) in his first preseason game but he settled in during his second preseason appearance. It looks like the Eagles will try to keep Thorson on the practice squad.

3. The Eagles added big back Jordan Howard in the offseason to a backfield that includes Miles Sanders, Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement, Josh Adams, Donnel Pumphrey and Darren Sproles. How do you think the workload will be shared in a crowded Eagles backfield? Which Eagles backs might be on the cutting block?

Sanders, Howard, Sproles, and Clement are the four running backs likely to make the Eagles’ 53-man roster. There’s been some talk they could keep Smallwood as a fifth guy, which I hope isn’t true because there’s no need to do that.

Sanders and Howard will likely split the bulk of the Eagles’ carries. I tend to think Howard will be the “1A” in their rotation early on but he could lose playing time to Sanders as the season goes along. Beyond those two, Sproles and Clement project to get touches as role players since they’re factors in the passing game. Doug Pederson and Duce Staley haven’t been shy to rotate their backs in Philly so I’m expecting we’ll see that continue in 2019. Certain matchups and certain situations will influence who gets the rock.

4. The Eagles struggled to defend the pass in 2018, giving up more passing yards than all but two NFL teams. What have the Eagles done to address the pass defense, and are you optimistic it will be improved in 2019?

The Eagles have invested resources into the defensive line, as they’re wont to do. They re-signed Super Bowl hero Brandon Graham to a deal worth $40 million. They also signed Malik Jackson to a deal worth $30 million in addition to bringing back Timmy Jernigan. The Eagles led the NFL in total pressure generated back during their Super Bowl season. They’re always going to emphasize their pass rush.

The Eagles didn’t make any major new additions to the secondary. They did re-sign 2017 and 2018 starting cornerback Ronald Darby, who is coming off an ACL injury. The other corners in the mix for playing time are young draft picks: Sidney Jones (2017 second-round), Rasul Douglas (2017 third-round), and Avonte Maddox (2018 fourth-round). Jones has shown some progress this offseason so the team is hoping they can count on him as a key contributor. Douglas has also looked good and is pushing for snaps on the outside. Maddox made a number of big plays as a rookie and the Eagles like him as their slot corner. The Eagles still have Malcolm Jenkins at safety and Rodney McLeod is back after suffering a knee injury early in 2018.

The pass defense struggled earlier in 2018 before settling down towards the end of the season and into the playoffs. Maybe the Eagles can carry that positive momentum into 2019. I wouldn’t say I’m super confident in the pass defense since the Eagles have some players on defense still making their way back from injury. I think there’s potential for it to at least be respectable, which is all I really care about to be honest. I think the offense is going to have to be the unit that shines for the Eagles to be successful in 2019 anyway. The defense being good would certainly be nice but I don’t think it’s realistically good enough to make up for an ineffective offense.

5. What are your expectations for the 2019 Eagles? What is your biggest concern, and what are you most confident about?

I expect the Eagles to go 11-5 this year. They should be legitimate Super Bowl contenders will all the talent they have on this roster. Doug Pederson has proven himself as a championship caliber head coach.

You’ll be shocked to see this but I’m most concerned about Carson Wentz’s health. He’s had injuries issues and — with all due respect to Josh McCown — the Eagles’ season is likely over if Wentz gets hurt for a long period of time.

I’m most confident in this Eagles offense being real good. Wentz has MVP level talent and he’s working with a tremendous supporting cast. Tell me this isn’t an impressive list of weapons: Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, Nelson Agholor, JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, Miles Sanders, Jordan Howard, Darren Sproles, Corey Clement. The Eagles’ offensive line should also be among the best units in the league.

Jackson’s presence is especially intriguing because he’s arguably still the best deep threat in the NFL; he led the NFL in yards per reception last season. Jackson is easily the best burner that Wentz has ever played with and they’ve already formed a strong chemistry in practice