Sam Donnellon asked this simple question earlier this week: Can the 4-4 Eagles still make it to 10-6? After the great start to the season with a rookie quarterback, and then the probably inevitable stumbles with a rookie quarterback, it is a thought that "probably" had been banished from most people’s minds. The narrative rollercoaster had begun with the notion that this was to be a learning year for Carson Wentz and the fellas. Then came the great start, and the well-why-not? change in everyone’s storyline. But now, after the last two weeks, we are all pretty much back to it being a learning year for Wentz & Co. 
But is it? Put it this way: If it is to be much more, a win over the offensive machine that is the Atlanta Falcons would likely be a requirement. With, as Les Bowen writes, the beginning a quest for some offensive consistency.
Jeff McLane examines some things that Wentz can learn from Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan.
Zach Berman says the Eagles’ sleepy pass rush needs to wake up if the Eagles are to have a chance against Ryan and the Falcons.
Bob Brookover, ever-helpful, talks to some Eagles and offers some of his own solutions to the inconsistent officiating that plagues the NFL.
Paul Domowitch says that, after much off-season concern of a decline, it turns out that Jason Peters is still Jason Peters after all.
Finally, some predictions:

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