PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Eagles remain the NFL’s last undefeated team heading into Week 10, but they face a tough challenge in their first game of the season. The Washington Chiefs head to Lincoln Financial Field looking to avenge a 24-8 loss to the Eagles in Week 3, with nine Philadelphia sacks and Devonta Smith finishing with 169 receiving yards.

Washington will have a different signal caller for the rematch as Taylor Heinecke will make his third start for the Chiefs. Heinecke has won four of his last five road starts (and seven of his last 11 starts) heading into this showdown, but will be facing an Eagles defense that ranks first in interceptions and first in rushing.

Jalen Harts has a franchise-record 11-game winning streak for the Eagles and has a 15-to-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio on the season. Through his first 27 starts, Hurts is tied for the second-most rushing yards (1,382) among quarterbacks since 1950 — and has six rushing touchdowns on the year. The Eagles lead the NFL with 16 rushing touchdowns.

This “Monday Night Football” show should be good because it looks like Philadelphia will remain undefeated. Join us for real-time updates and analysis in the live blog below!

How to look

day – Monday, November 14 | Time: 8:15 pm ET
Location: Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia)
TV: ESPN | Stream fuboTV (Try it for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Opportunities: Eagles -11, O/U 43 (Courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook)



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