NFL Picks And Predictions Week 10: Cardinals Vs. Eagles

PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 07: LeSean McCoy #25 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball against Israel Idonije #71 of the Chicago Bears during the second quarter of the game at Lincoln Financial Field on November 7, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

The experts pick the Philadelphia Eagles to beat the Arizona Cardinals this week in a laugher.

Which Philadelphia Eagles team shows up this week? Philly fans will hope that its the team that showed a little resiliency heading into and out of its bye week, rather than the one that lost to Chicago last week. Even at less than their best, the Eagles should have little trouble against the Arizona Cardinals this week.

Vinnie Iyer at the Sporting News picks the Eagles to win in a blowout.

They have an opportunity to rebound right away at home, as Michael Vick should love his speedy wide receivers' match-ups against Arizona's young cornerbacks. LeSean McCoy should also find plenty of room to run outside. As for the Cards, they will be without former Eagle Kevin Kolb under center. John Skelton will have trouble connecting often with Larry Fitzgerald, who will be caught in a marquee match-up with Nnamdi Asomugha.

Peter King at SI.com also gives Philly a lopsided win, unless Patrick Peterson can beat them on special teams. ESPN's panel and CBS' panel of experts all pick the Eagles to win this one as well. 

Follow the Eagles at Bleeding Green Nation. Check out Revenge of the Birds for more on the Cardinals. 

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