The Philadelphia Eagles will end their season series with the Washington Commanders on Monday Night Football in Week 10.

The last time these two teams played each other was in Week 3, when the Eagles had a defensive performance that saw them have nine sacks on the day.

While the Eagles are still the best team in football, and the number on the right side of their record hasn’t changed, things are a bit different for the Commanders.

“They are obviously continuing to evolve and get better as a team, as are we, so there is going to be little nuances that are different,” center Jason Kelce said when asked about the improvements Washington has made.

“There is going to be familiarity, especially because we play them twice every year, and they have some familiar faces over there. Every team is changing throughout the season so you have to be ready to adapt and be ready as possible for what they are doing now. There will be things on Sunday that will be new.”

The Commanders have been without Carson Wentz since Week 6. When the Eagles last saw their division foe, they were 2-0, and the Commanders were 1-1.

Since then, the Commanders have gone on a losing streak and a winning streak but now sit at 4-5.

The Eagles are still an elite team, but the Commanders look to be a bit better than they were in Week 3.

While they have gotten better, I’d still bet the Eagles keep their perfect record and improve to 9-0 on the year.

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