The Philadelphia Eagles (6-0) are fresh off their bye week and are about to face the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-5) for their Week Eight matchup. Will the Eagles win to keep their undefeated record intact? Check out our Week Eight predictions.
Eagles 27 Steelers 14
The Eagles had an extra week to get healthy for this one, so they should be ready to roll. Jalen Hurts will start off throwing the ball before the run game takes over. Philadelphia’s defense will force a couple turnovers and put pressure on rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett.
-Kevin Brzostek (Fly Eagles Nation)
Eagles 31 Steelers 16
After the bye week in Week Seven, should be rejuvenated. Without TJ Watt on the defensive side of the ball for the Steelers, it will be hard for the team to overcome adversity. Jalen Hurts rushes for two scores, leading his team to victory in Week Eight.
-Demetryus Caldwell (Panthers Pounce)
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Eagles 24 Steelers 17
I’m predicting a fairly low-scoring game with the Steelers struggling to get their offense going. The Steelers defense keeps the Eagles from marching down the field on every drive, but ultimately it won’t be enough for Pittsburgh.
-Garrett Gess (Steeler Report)
Eagles 33 Steelers 20
It’s tough to see Kenny Pickett being able to keep up with Jalen Hurts. Philadelphia is getting extra time to prepare coming off the bye week, the Eagles should be able to take the Battle for Pennsylvania.
-Adam Karnik (Windy City Rant)
Eagles 34 Steelers 16
This Steelers team does not look great right now. Kenny Pickett looks every bit of a rookie, and the offense is not consistent. Their defense has also done them no favors. I expect Jalen Hurts to have a field day with that secondary. Give me the Eagles big.
-Meghan Hall (Indy Intercept)