Seattle Seahawks Vs. Philadelphia Eagles Position-By-Position Preview

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Oct 6, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; Seattle Seahawks tackle

Justin Britt

(68) and Seahawks guard

J.R. Sweezy

(64) line up against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Seahawks Vs. Eagles Position-By-Position Preview:

Offensive Line

Seattle got healthier on the O-line this past week with James Carpenter returning. Unfortunately, we saw more classic Carpenter mistakes that are getting frustrating in his 4th season. Max Unger, as we have found out these past few weeks, is without doubt one of the most important players on the team. There is a slight chance he could be returning to action this week.

Unger or no Unger, Philly has the ‘Hawks beat on the O-line. Jason Peters is as good as they come at LT, Evan Mathis is an all-pro LG, Jason Kelce is more than solid at C and 2013 #4 overall pick Lane Johnson is finally healthy and playing well. The main reason for LeSean McCoy getting over his early season struggles is not getting touched until he’s three yards up the field.

Advantage: Eagles