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NBC Sports: Can the Eagles beat Seattle with Matt Pryor and Big V starting?

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  1. Can the Eagles beat Seattle with Matt Pryor and Big V starting?

    Reuben Frank
    NBC Sports Philadelphia

    It sure looks like Matt Pryor will start at right guard for the Eagles in their wild-card game against the Seahawks Sunday.

    Pretty significant considering Pryor has never started a playoff game.

    Or a regular-season game.

    Barring a miracle recovery by Lane Johnson, Pryor will become the first offensive lineman in franchise history to make his first career start in the postseason. He would be the first Eagle to make his first start in the playoffs at any position since safety Quintin Demps started in the 2008 wild-card game against the Vikings.

    With Johnson still hobbled with a high ankle sprain and looking unlikely to play Sunday, Halapoulivaati Vaitai is the likely starter at right tackle, with Pryor - Vaitai's college teammate at TCU - expected to start at right guard.

    Read more at https://sports.yahoo.com/eagles-beat-seattle-matt-pryor-221212411.html
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  2. Awesome
  3. I don't the Eagles could win even with Lane Johnson starting but will be great to see Pryor in there. Kid has come a very long way.
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  4. Meanwhile, the Eagles D-Line will have to contend with Joey Hunt, who's starting at Center for Seattle.

    O-Line U!
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  5. believe vaitai will be up for a new contract after the season.

    will be interesting if that is the case if eagles let him get to free agency
  6. Our NFL production at OL is a total mismatch to our OL performance over the years
  7. We have several standouts but o lines are only as good as the weakest link. And we’ve had a [ Cumbie’s red zone playcalling ]load of weak links
  8. A poor chef can turn Kobe beef into a disaster.
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  9. Usually we really struggle on the inside of the line but pretty sure we got the worst LT play I’ve seen last year
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