David Montgomery Chicago Bears Jerseys , and massive, playoff edition of Five Ten Questions With Bleeding Green Nation, to get us the inside scoop on the Philadelphia Eagles before they travel to the Windy City for a Wildcard match-up against the NFC North Champion Chicago Bears. BGN Editor In Chief, Brandon Lee Gowton, did such a fantastic job answering all ten questions from us, that I had to bug him again and get his take on the three ways he thinks the Bears can knock off his Eagles. To be fair, I also gave him three ways I think the Eagles could win on Sunday, but mine we’re all a lie...Here’s my version of this exercise, and to see the three reasons that Brandon has for the Bears winning the game on Sunday Chicago Bears Jerseys Stitched , read on.Bad Nick Foles shows upIt may sound like I’m making this up, but Nick Foles is actually capable of having bad games. Look no further than the 50.7 passer rating performance he had back in Week 1. The reality is that Foles can be a streaky player. When he’s hot, almost no one is hotter. He’s getting the ball out quick and delivering accurate passes all over the field. When he’s cold, he can look absolutely awful out there. He’s leaving easy throws on the field and making some awful decisions, like his interception from last week’s game.Foles has been playing very well for the Eagles recently. Over the last three weeks, he ranks first in passing yards, completion percentage, yards per attempt, and net yards per pass play. But he also accumulated those stats before he had to leave Week 17’s game early with bruised ribs. If the Bears are able to hit him often David Montgomery Jersey 2019 , an injured Foles might resemble a standard backup quarterback more than a reigning Super Bowl MVP. Red zone defense faltersThe Eagles defense has been playing better as of late but it’s not an absolute shutdown unit. Jim Schwartz’s unit ranks just 23rd in opponent yards per play. The Eagles are typically going to allow teams to move the ball on them. But while they might bend, they usually don’t break. Philadelphia has the league’s No. 1 red zone defense. Opponents are converting touchdowns on just 44.64% of their red zone visits. The Eagles’ strength in this area will be put to the test by Bears offense that ranks fifth in red zone offense.It’s going to be difficult for the Eagles to keep up with the Bears if they’re scoring a lot of points. Philadelphia probably isn’t going to be able to score a ton against Chicago’s defense. Failing to get stops in the red zone also means fewer opportunities for missed kicks by Cody Parkey, which could be big for the Eagles. Bears have home field advantageThe Bears are 7-1 at home this season with their one loss coming to the Patriots. And the Bears were just one yard short of sending that game into overtime.The Eagles, meanwhile, are 3-4 in true road games this season (Jaguars matchup was in London). Two of those three road wins have come in the last three weeks, yes, but the Eagles had a lot of fans in Los Angeles and Washington. Eagles fans always travel well but I can’t just expect them to have such a dominating presence at Soldier Field.Another thing to consider is that the Eagles didn’t have to play on the road in the playoffs last year. Foles has never played a road playoff game. So when we’re talking about comparisons between the 2017 and 2018 squads, that’s a key difference. This will be a new experience for them.Thanks Brandon, we all hope you’re right about these!p.s. Do you guys think I should tell him that the Bears have a Khalil Mack? Those talks evidently went nowhere David Montgomery Jersey Color Rush , because Sanu is (and will likely remain) here."Chalk this one up under interesting but probably moot at this stage: The Falcons evidently shopped Mohamed Sanu around earlier this offseason, though we do not know how seriously they did so. That comes to us via Michael Lombardi’s podcast and is worth noting because Lombardi, despite a distinctly mixed track record as a personnel man and current evaluator of NFL talent from the outside, remains tightly tied in with NFL front offices and coaching staffs and thus would presumably have this on good authority. Adjust your the grains of salt you take this with according to how you feel about Lombardi. A third round pick is both a reasonable request from the Falcons, given Sanu’s skill and production in Atlanta, and an asking price other teams are unlikely to meet given the value of young, inexpensive players and the way teams use picks as ammo to move up. It’s worth wondering whether the rumored move back into the third round would have featured Sanu, but it’s ultimately moot because the team did not make any trades and it appears unlikely that #12 is going anywhere. With the team at least sort of in win-now world, it makes total sense that they wouldn’t be keen to ship out veteran players White David Montgomery Jersey , especially those with value. Why would the Falcons even be interested in doing this? One anticipates that with Calvin Ridley entering his second year, a tight end-focused coordinator and ex-coordinator/current tight end coach potentially finding more opportunities for Austin Hooper and his merry backups, and the team’s stated desire to do a better job running the football, Sanu’s target share in this offense may stand to shrink. The Falcons would likely find his blocking skills, sure hands and third down value difficult to replace with one guy, but chances are they’d have used a combination of Justin Hardy and Marcus Green had they gone this route. Lombardi noted on his podcast that the team has big plans for Ridley, as you’d expect.That said, Sanu is coming off another durable, effective season where he was third on the team in receptions Youth Tom Waddle Jerseys , second in yards, fourth in touchdown grabs and even second in touchdown passes. This offense has all the personnel it needs to be elite, but removing a key cog like Sanu from the mix would seem to dent that fearsome group, and thus it’s not stunning that the Falcons ultimately decided against it. For now, this is just something to file away, because it seems unlikely at this stage of the offseason that Sanu will be moved. But it’ll be worth monitoring his role in the offense as time goes on, especially with a $7.9 million cap hit and $1.4 million dead money number in the final year of his contract in 2020, to see if it indicates a future move.