Five Most Intriguing Games on Philadelphia Eagles 2015 Schedule

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly (C) pats running back LeSean McCoy on the back late in the fourth quarter against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver on September 29, 2013. Denver (4-0) beat Philadelphia (1-3) 52-20 to remain undefeated. UPI/Gary C. Caskey

2. Week 14 vs. Bills–1:00 start-time on CBS

For the second consecutive season, the Eagles will have an all-time great return to their home stadium, in a non prime-time game. That doesn’t mean there won’t be some bad feelings.

LeSean McCoy was very vocal upon his exit from Philadelphia, and the with Rex Ryan now at the helm, the Bills have predictably become the league’s off-season tough guys. They even attempted to throw shade at the Eagles on Twitter last night.

In terms of the actual game, the Bills have improved their offense and should have a stout defensive unit, but that doesn’t change the fact that either Matt Cassel or E.J. Manuel will be starting at Quarterback for them, which does little to make me think the Eagles shouldn’t win the game.

For anyone wondering, doing anything but cheering LeSean McCoy upon his return would be grossly inappropriate. As for McCoy’s reaction, well, he’s the greatest running-back in team history and was rather unceremoniously exiled from his home state this off-season. How would you react if you were McCoy?

I wouldn’t expect DeSean Jackson-esque histrionics if McCoy had a big play and/or game, but from an athlete’s perspective, if he acts obnoxious, he’s doing so to slight the organization, not the fans. And it would be pretty fun for him to act that way, I think.

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