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The Eagles will start a new era of dominance in the NFC East when they host the Falcons on Thursday night.
The Eagles will be without their starting center, right tackle, left guard and right tackle.
That leaves the Eagles with two offensive linemen and two guards, which makes it a battle for jobs at the top of the line.
They also have the benefit of being on the clock with two minutes remaining.
With that in mind, here are the 10 things we know: 1.
Matt Tobin is in line to start.
Tobin, who will turn 35 in March, was in the NFL’s concussion protocol for at least two weeks last season, when he was placed on the IR.
Tobin is the Eagles’ second-leading rusher this season, with 1,619 yards.
He also has four rushing touchdowns, with a TD rushing total of 13.
Tobins season is on the rise, but he’ll need to stay healthy.
The Eagles need to keep Tobin on the field.
The Falcons are loaded at the tackle position.
The Hawks are loaded on the line, with seven starters on the 53-man roster.
They have five other linemen who were drafted in the first round or later.
That includes center Justin Pugh, who was a second-round pick in 2016.
Falcons tackle Jonathan Cooper is one of the best linemen in the league.
He is also a veteran, and has started more games in the past two seasons than any other Atlanta player.
The defense will have to hold on.
The Atlanta defense has been solid for a long time.
However, that was a year ago and it has never been more so this season.
After starting 12 of 15 games in 2016, the Falcons allowed an NFL-high 4.3 yards per play.
That has dropped to 2.9 yards per game this season and will have a big impact on the Falcons offense, which is averaging just over 1.7 yards per drive.
Matt Jones will be a game-time decision.
Jones was a starter for the Falcons last season.
He was suspended for four games for violating the NFL drug policy.
Jones missed the first two games of the season after tearing his ACL in Week 1.
He returned to action for the third game, and had a career-high seven tackles, including a sack.
He did not play in the Falcons final four games, when they went 7-9.
The Seahawks are a deep defensive line.
Seattle has the No. 3 defense in the nation, and the team has had two defensive tackles selected in the top five in the 2016 NFL draft, No. 7 overall to Jalen Collins and No. 10 overall to Leonard Floyd.
They are second in the conference in total defense at just 21.5 points per game.
They are tied for third in sacks (13), and third in quarterback hurries (13.5).
The Seahawks also have three linebackers with top-10 grades in the country.
If Russell Wilson can stay healthy, he’ll be unstoppable.
Wilson has never missed a game since 2015, when the quarterback was healthy and played in the final two games.
Wilson has missed just one game in the last six seasons.
He has a career touchdown-to-interception ratio of 55-44.
Wilson is averaging 8.5 yards per attempt.
Seattle should have a good defense.
Seattle’s defense has the second-best total defense in college football at 28.6 points allowed per game, the third-best scoring defense at 18.9 points per contest and the third best turnover margin at plus-3.4 points per possession.
They will have the best pass defense in all of college football.
The Redskins have been great.
They’re 2-1 after beating the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.
Washington won its last four games and finished third in the Northwest Division.
Washington has played better against the run this season than it has all season.
The team has allowed just seven rushing touchdowns and just two passing touchdowns.
The running game is very potent.
Washington is averaging 6.6 yards per carry.
The Packers will be tough to beat.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are playing at a high level in all phases of the game.
The offense is clicking, and they have been getting their quarterback back healthy, which has helped.
Rodgers is averaging nearly 18 yards per touch, a career high, and he has two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
The Cowboys have been the best team in the AFC South.
The Dallas Cowboys are the only team in this division that is ahead of the Green Bay Packers in the playoff race.
The two teams have played every game this year, including two divisional playoff games.
Matt Ryan will get the start at quarterback.
Ryan, who had a solid season as a rookie last year, will get his first start as a starter since the Falcons drafted him in the third round.
Ryan will throw for nearly 3,000 yards and