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Falcons vs Eagles Live Stream
Date : 13 January 2018
Time :4:35pm / ET
Location: Lincoln Financial Field
Notable free agent departures: A.J. Bouye, Vince Wilfork (retirement)
Atlanta Falcons vs Philadelphia Eagles Live
Trades: Brock Osweiler to Cleveland, trade up in the first round for DeShaun Watson with Cleveland, trade into fourth round for Carlos Watkins with Cleveland
Draft picks expected to contribute as rookies
DeShaun Watson, Zach Cunningham, D’Onta Foreman, and Carlos Watkins will all likely see the field throughout their rookie year. Watson of course is the quarterback of the future, but look for Cunningham and Foreman to carve out big roles this season as a nickel linebacker and short yardage back, respectively. Watkins will likely see plenty of snaps as a rotational interior pass rusher behind J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney.
Biggest offseason addition
DeShaun Watson, hands down. Anytime your team adds a potential franchise quarterback, it’s automatically the biggest move of the offseason. Whether it was through free agency last year with Osweiler or through the draft this year for Watson, the Texans have been ultra-aggressive in their approach to finding a capable signal caller in the post-Matt Schaub era. Hopefully Watson will finally be the guy to end their arduous search.
Biggest storyline heading into training camp
Who will start at quarterback on opening day? Tom Savage and DeShaun Watson will both compete for the job, though Savage has the early leg up in the competition due to his experience. If Watson shows up to camp and flashes something special early, however, we may see him start sooner than anyone previously anticipated.
Under-the-radar storyline heading into training camp
When will DeAndre Hopkins and Jadeveon Clowney be signed to contract extensions? The Texans have quite a bit of free cap space at the moment with A.J. Bouye taking his talents to Jacksonville instead of staying in Houston, so presumably all of that money – 29.8 million to be exact – will be set aside to keep Hopkins and Clowney on the team long term. Both players seem optimistic about deals getting done, with Hopkins the more likely candidate to be extended this offseason, but until the ink has dried on both contracts there will still be some apprehensiveness among Texans fans about the situation.
NBC will broadcast Saturday’s game. Al Michaels will handle the play-by-play duties and Cris Collinsworth will provide analysis. Michele Tafoya will report from the sidelines.
Calling the game on 94 WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (41st season). Joining Reese in the booth is former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick. Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
Rickie Ricardo, Gus Salazar, and Maria Berral will handle the broadcast in Spanish on La Mega 105.7 FM and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
John Sadak (play-by-play) and Tony Boselli (analyst) will call the game for Westwood One’s broadcast. Ross Tucker will report from the sidelines.
Eagles: Sirius Channel 82 | Internet Channel 825
Falcons: Sirius Channel 83 | Internet Channel 801
Random Notes (courtesy of Eagles PR):
- Philadelphia has posted an 18-14-1 all-time record vs.
Atlanta (including playoffs). The Eagles have won 5 of
their last 8 games against the Falcons in the all-time
series, including a 24-15 victory in Week 10 of 2016.
- Philadelphia finished the regular season with a franchise record-tying 13 wins (also 2004), tying Minnesota, New
England and Pittsburgh for the best record in the NFL.
- Philadelphia led the NFL in red zone TD efficiency (65.5%),
time of possession (32:41) and opponent rushing yards
per game (79.2). The Eagles also tied with New England for
the NFL lead in point differential (+162).
- Philadelphia’s 457 points ranked 3rd in the NFL, behind
L.A. Rams (478) and New England (458). The Eagles’ 457
points were also the 2nd-most in team history, trailing only
their 2014 production (474).
- Philadelphia ranked 3rd in the NFL in rushing yards per
game (132.2), behind Jacksonville (141.4) and Dallas (132.2).
The Eagles also ranked 3rd in third-down defense (32.2%)
and fourth-down offense (65.4%).
- Philadelphia produced the 4th-most takeaways in the
NFL (31), trailing only Baltimore (34), Jacksonville (33) and
Detroit (32). The Eagles ranked 4th in the NFL in turnover
differential (+11), behind Baltimore (+17), Kansas City (+15)
and L.A. Chargers (+12).
- Philadelphia has posted an 18-14-1 all-time record vs.
Brent Celek wants to stay with the Philadelphia Eagles for his entire NFL career, but the 11-year veteran knows the end is near.
Saturday could be Celek’s final game with the Eagles (owed $5 million in the final year of his contract), but the longest tenured Eagle doesn’t want that to be the case. Celek told his teammates that this playoff run may be his last shot at a Super Bowl, but theirs too.
“Everybody in this locker room understands, these opportunities don’t come. This could be all our shot,” Celek said. “For me especially, getting older…you know. This is a big opportunity. We can’t take it lightly.”
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Celek has given everything to the Eagles organization, even when the 32-year old tight end proved he still can catch the football…but took a role on the team as a blocking tight end to stay on the field. He has 398 catches for 4,998 yards and 31 touchdowns in his career, ranking second in franchise history amongst tight ends in each of those categories.
Celek hasn’t won a playoff game since the 2008 season and wants that feeling back with the Eagles. His message has inspired the team throughout the week, who want to win a championship for Celek.
“He said, ‘It’s been nine years since I’ve been to this point,'” Vinny Curry said to Penn Live. “It’s like, ‘Damn, think about that.’ Like I said, ain’t nobody trying to sit on the couch next weekend and watch the game. That’s going to be a sick feeling. … We’re going to leave it all out there on Saturday.