"A quarter of the season is already down and the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles have each failed to meet expectations. We all know what everyone was hoping for out of the Saints, but for those who do not know, the Eagles became a very trendy pick to make it to the Superbowl out of the NFC. Especially after their preseason. They spent all off-season undergoing major changes, as Head Coach Chip Kelley re-tooled their roster to fit exactly what he wants to do in Philadelphia. One of his big moves included trading starting quarterback Nick Foles to the St. Louis Rams for Sam Bradford. Speaking of hype, Bradford was drafted #1 overall in the 2010 NFL Draft after putting up huge numbers at Oklahoma University. His career got off to a slow start, but to his credit, the Rams did a terrible job of putting weapons around him. If it was not the lack of talent that hurt him, it was injuries that did. He tore the same ACL in 2013 and 2014. He got off to a hot start in the preseason with the Eagles, but the production has yet to carry over to the games that count. The rough start has led to a 1-3 record, the same as the Saints. New Orleans will also face off against former Saints Darren Sproles and Malcolm Jenkins for the first time since their departure, so expect 110% out of those two. Both teams badly need a win to try and keep up with their respective division leaders, while a loss could put them in a gigantic hole."

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