These two teams meet for the first time since the Eagles knocked off the Patriots in Super Bowl 52. Both teams are coming off their bye week, which gave New England an extra seven days to lick their wounds from that 37-20 beatdown in Baltimore in Week 9. The Eagles have won two straight games, as they are neck-and-neck with Dallas in an average-at-best NFC East. Tom Brady threw for 505 yards in that Super Bowl loss, and the Eagles’ secondary is playing right around the league average this year. The Pats’ defense, even though they gave up 37 points last week, is still only allowing an NFL-best 10.9 points per game. Philly is allowing nearly two touchdowns more than that per contest. Both teams are unbeaten against their respective divisions. Philly is looking for a sweep of the AFC East, while New England has already defeated Washington and the New York Giants. One trend that’s not in Philly’s favor is that when they are an underdog at home, they usually perform as such – going 2-10 in their last 12 games under such circumstances.