Packers vs. Eagles 2014 Week 11 Predictions from AllGBP.com

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GAME PREDICTIONS
Week 11 Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Name Record To-Date This Week’s Pick Score Prediction
Kris Burke 7-2 Philadelphia Eagles 31-28
This one is going to be a shootout. After beating up on significantly inferior opponents, the Packers get another chance to beat an elite NFC team. They failed against New Orleans, Detroit and Seattle. The defense has not proven it can stop this kind of offense and don’t underestimate Mark Sanchez. He’s better than what he was with the Jets. Look for it to go back and forth and the Eagles win it on a last minute drive.
“Jersey” Al Bracco 7-2 Green Bay Packers 34-23
I’m not even sure why, but this game has bothered me since before the season started. Just have had a gut feel of an upset at home in this spot. However, Sanchez at QB has calmed my nerves a bit. I expect the Packers secondary to come up with at least 2 INTs and that will be the difference.
Adam Czech 8-1 Green Bay Packers 31-27
 The Packers score late and don’t leave enough time on the clock for the Eagles to regain the lead. My head tells me the Packers are going to lose this one, but my heart says there is no effing way the Packers can possibly lose to Mark Sanchez.
Thomas Hobbes 6-3 Green Bay Packers 27-20
 I think many people are giving the Eagles offense a lot of praise because of Chip Kelly and his production from last year but the truth is they aren’t a very good offense this year and that was before Mark Sanchez. Where the Eagles shine is on defense and I will take a Packers offense any game.
Chad Toporski 7-2 Green Bay Packers 35-24
Eagles: 5-0 at home, 2-2 on the road.
Packers: 4-0 at home, 2-3 on the road.
Packers Defense: 28th in rushing yds/att (4.6)
Eagles Offense: 20th in rushing yds/att (4.0)
Finally, the argument against the Packers is they only beat bad teams. Well, the same can be said for the Eagles, who have only beaten one team with a winning record. This matchup is more even than people think, and the nod goes to the Packers at home.
Jason Perone 6-3 Green Bay Packers 31-28
The Eagles’ run game is enough to worry the top run defense, let alone one of the league’s worst.  Philadelphia will get their yards on the ground but the Green Bay pass rush creates problems in the passing game.  Packers extend their winning streak in the throwback uni’s despite a late charge by Sanchez & Co.
Jay Hodgson 8-1 Philadelphia Eagles 31-24
Yes, the Eagles have turned to Mark Sanchez. Yes, the Packers have turned to Clay Matthews at inside linebacker. However, I still think the Eagles’ offense is too much for the Packers’ defense to contain for four quarters.
Cory Jennerjohn 8-1 Philadelphia Eagles 34-30
The Packers cannot stop the run and the Eagles have two of the most dynamic players in the entire league in the backfield in LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles. Chip Kelly will keep the secondary honest with a myriad of read-option and play-action plays. Aaron Rodgers will keep this game close, but even with the reborn Mark Sanchez running the controls, I don’t see the Packers stopping Philly.
Andy Burch 6-3 Green Bay Packers 42-21
 I’ve watched a lot of the Eagles games and I really don’t buy into the hype, especially with Mark Sanchez as their quarterback. Keep in mind that the Eagles beat the Panthers last week, a very bad team. It’s not like they beat the Patriots. I think Rodgers exploits the Eagles secondary and Capers confuses Sanchez into some very bad throws. I don’t expect a close game.

 

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  • Archie

    Could/should be a close one. And exciting at that. Take Philly and the points.

  • montana83

    I’ll take Andy Burch’s prediction: 42 -21

    • David Hofstedt

      I like Andy’s prediction too, the bigger margin of victory the better. This will be the first of several games the Packers start to use Eddie Lacy more. He’s averaged 13.2 carries a game, not enough for a RB like him. Rodgers is great and will have his usual awesome game but Lacy will go over 120 yards today on at least 20 carries. Packers win 38-17.

  • Thegreatreynoldo

    Bearmeat, you upvoted both Archie and Montana83, even though those two did not agree on the outcome of the game. And you picked Philly a few days ago. Ah, well, must be frazzled by fatherhood! Congratulations!

  • croatpackfan

    Brrrr. How Scary Eagles can lose? No way. They are SB champions this year! Packers are so bad, almost like Bears. D is not good (keeping Lions on 10 points in Detroit proves it!). Aaron can not keep the pace with wonderful Mark Sanches (does he has nick name “butt fumble”?). Brrrrrr, we are lost ~~~~~~

  • Since ’61

    As long as the Packers don’t beat themselves with turnovers or by kicking the ball to Sproles, they should control this game. I don’t see Sanchez keeping up with Rodgers and our offense at Lambeau, especially if the OL keeps Rodgers clean. The Eagles are a good team but their offensive prowess is over hyped. They have depended on turnovers and special teams for a lot of points this season. The Eagles defense has yet to face an offense as good as the Packers offense this season so this is a big test for their defense as well as ours. They have good weapons and so do we. We’re at home, we’re healthy, we have Aaron Rodgers. I like the Pack, 38-16. Go Pack Go! Thanks, Since ’61

  • WKUPackFan

    Watched several Eagles games this year, don’t get the hype for them. McCoy has decided to take another year off (he’s done this before). Unfortunately, Sanchez may be better than Foles, who was just awful. Possibly the weakest 7-2 team.