The 3-6-1 Philadelphia Eagles will host the 7-3 Seattle Seahawks at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday Night Football in Week 12.

The Eagles are coming off back-to-back losses to the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns, while the Seahawks snapped their two-game losing streak in Week 11 by defeating the Arizona Cardinals at home.

When the 2020 NFL schedule was released, this Eagles-Seahawks game was set up to be an NFC Championship Game preview. However, Philadelphia has been terrible this season, mostly because quarterback Carson Wentz has been a turnover machine. The Seahawks, meanwhile, are one of the best teams in the NFC and well on their way to making the playoffs again.

With the Eagles and Seahawks set to kick off soon, let’s take a look at four bold predictions for the contest from a Philadelphia point of view.

4. Carson Wentz throws two touchdowns, two interceptions

It has been really sad to watch Carson Wentz’s downfall happen right in front of our eyes. The Eagles quarterback was supposed to be the face of the NFL for the next decade or so. Now, he could be entering bust status.

In 10 games this season, Wentz has thrown 14 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. The one-time Pro Bowler is only completing 58.4 percent of his passes. No one knows what has happened to Wentz, who was in the MVP conversation just a few seasons ago.

Against the Seahawks, we have Wentz throwing two touchdowns and two interceptions. The former second overall pick could rack up a ton of yards through the air since the Seahawks’ defense isn’t elite anymore. However, Wentz will surely turn the ball over two times through the air. He’s only had two games this season where he didn’t throw an interception.

Overall on the season, Wentz has 2,326 passing yards. There have been whispers that he could get benched for Jalen Hurts soon.

3. Miles Sanders rushes for over 100 yards, scores one TD

As we mentioned above, the Seahawks are really struggling on defense this season. However, they are fourth in the NFL in opponent rushing yards per game, so one would guess the Eagles may have trouble running the ball against Carlos Dunlap and Seattle.

However, since this year has been crazy for everyone in the league, we have Eagles starter Miles Sanders rushing for over 100 yards in Week 12 and scoring one touchdown as well. He’s an elusive back who can break tackles and wear defenses down as the game goes along.

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In seven games this season, Sanders has carried the ball 102 times for 585 yards and three scores. He racked up 118 rushing yards in Week 6 against the Baltimore Ravens, who have one of the better defenses in the NFL.

If you have Sanders on your fantasy team, make a bold play by starting him versus the Seahawks.

2. Eagles defense picks off Russell Wilson once

Despite being one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, Seahawks signal-caller Russell Wilson has 10 interceptions on the season and four over his last three games.

With that being said, we have the Eagles defense picking off Wilson once in Week 12. Although Philadelphia’s defense only has three interceptions on the season, Wilson has shown in 2020 that he can be erratic with the football sometimes and make questionable decisions.

In four career games against the Eagles, Wilson is 4-0 and has thrown seven touchdown passes and only one interception. You can bet all your money that Philly defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz is well aware of Wilson’s success against the Eagles.

Look for the former Detroit Lions head coach to dial up a lot of blitzes and unique coverage schemes to confuse Wilson.

1. Eagles lose to Seahawks, drop to 3-7-1

We have the Eagles losing this game at home and dropping to 3-7-1 on the season. Odds are the Seahawks’ offense is going to have its way against Philadelphia, especially since running back Chris Carson will return to the lineup, giving Wilson another weapon to work with.

However, the main reason the Eagles are going to lose this game is because of Wentz. His turnovers are going to put Philly’s defense in tough situations against the Seahawks. Most of Wentz’s interceptions this season have resulted in the opposing team having great starting field position.

The NFC East is so bad that even after the Eagles lose this game, they are still going to be alive for the division title. The only way Philly is going to win the division, though, is by benching Wentz for Hurts.

The time has come for the Eagles to turn the offense over to the youngster and see what he can do.