What to watch for in Packers-Eagles on TNF – NFL.com

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A new-look band of undefeated Green Bay Packers welcomes the skidding Philadelphia Eagles as Week 4 leads off on Thursday.
Playing host at the legendary Lambeau Field, the Packers (3-0) welcome the Eagles (1-2) on Thursday Night Football, starting at 8:20 p.m. ET and airing on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video.
Two of the most high-profile and highest-paid quarterbacks in the game — Aaron Rodgers and Carson Wentz — lead their offenses into action, but it’s the Packers’ defense that’s really been the most impressive entity among the two teams tonight.
As Rodgers and Wentz look to improve the passing games, Green Bay’s Aaron Jones and Philadelphia’s Miles Sanders must also contribute after previously being stymied.
While Packers receiver Davante Adams is still looking for his first touchdown, the Eagles’ Alshon Jeffery is playing for the first time since Week 1 as Philly continues to deal with injury problems.
As the Eagles (1-2) look to avoid falling further behind the undefeated Cowboys in the NFC East, they must derail the undefeated Packers, who are under a new coach, being led by their defense for the first time in a long time and well on their way of returning to the playoffs after a two-season hiatus.
Here’s what to watch for during Thursday night’s Week 4 offering:
Can Carson Wentz and Aaron Rodgers get back to being Carson Wentz and Aaron Rodgers?
To proclaim that Aaron Rodgers or Carson Wentz is playing poorly is likely folly.
With his Packers sitting at 3-0, Rodgers has yet to throw an interception.

While the Eagles have struggled to two straight losses, Wentz — at the moment — is

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