After a well-deserved bye week, the Philadelphia Eagles are back in action in just a few days. Few Week 11 tilts are bigger than the Eagles' Monday Night Football affair when they meet the Kansas City Chiefs for a Super Bowl LVII rematch at Arrowhead Stadium.
With February's championship loss still fresh in some Philly fanatics' minds, the Eagles can't afford to come up short on Monday night. That means getting the most out of the 48 players who can suit up in Kansas City.
With only a few days left to decide the Week 11 lineup, here are the five Philadelphia players who'll most likely be inactive against the Chiefs on Monday.
Predicting Eagles Week 11 Inactives vs. Chiefs
1. Dallas Goedert, TE
The Eagles' offense was dealt a massive blow in Week 9 when tight end Dallas Goedert sustained a forearm injury against the rival Dallas Cowboys. Even though he hasn't been added to the injured reserve like some fans feared, it doesn't mean his Week 11 outlook looks promising.
Goedert underwent surgery to repair his forearm fracture and is expected to be out until mid-December at best, per Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
If that doesn't clarify the situation, head coach Nick Sirianni made it clear on Thursday that Philadelphia is planning to play without Goedert this week. Life without the 28-year-old will be tough given that he ranks third on the team in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. Even worse, the Eagles are just 7-6 without Goedert since 2019.
Barring a Superman-level recovery, Goedert won't be in Monday's lineup.