This time Jack Doyle Jersey ,ferent when the Philadelphia Eagles (2-2) host the Minnesota Vikings (1-2-1) in a rematch of the NFC championship game Sunday.Nick Foles led the Eagles to a 38-7 win over Case Keenum and the Vikings last January. The Super Bowl MVP went back to the bench after Wentz returned from knee surgery in Week 3. Keenum went to Denver because the Vikings gave Cousins a fully guaranteed $84 million contract to be the face of their franchise.Neither team is playing at a championship level right now and both are desperate for a win."They're a great team, record aside," Wentz said. "We know we'll get their best, obviously with the way it ended last year."Cousins had been successful against the Eagles in seven starts for Washington. He had thrown for 2,122 yards with 16 touchdowns and five interceptions while going 4-3 in those games."It's a great environment, a great place to play an NFL football game on a Sunday afternoon. Great crowd," Cousins said. "I've had my fair share of battles there. Some have come out victorious, some have come out as the loser. It will be a great test for us."Some things to watch between the Vikings and Eagles:FLIP'S FAMILIARITYVikings offensive coordinator John DeFilippo was Philadelphia's quarterbacks coach the past two seasons. He's quite familiar with Wentz and coach Doug Pederson's system. The Eagles already beat former offensive coordinator Frank Reich and the Colts in Week 3."The same as going against Frank, some of the terminology, some of the calls, maybe hand signals, whatever it may be that he knows," Pederson said. "Listen, he's a smart guy, but he's also preparing his team to get ready to play. I think that's where his focus is right now this week."We're seeing some of the same things from their offense that we do Authentic Adam Vinatieri Jersey , and so it's good for our defense to see. We're aware of it. It's a home game, so we can cut down on a lot of the signals, a lot of the verbiage, things like that at the line, and just try to go play."GETTING DEFENSIVEBoth teams are struggling on defense. The Vikings had the No. 1 defense a year ago. They're 21st this season. The Eagles were fourth last year. Now they're 10th and the secondary has been shredded by Ryan Fitzpatrick and Marcus Mariota in two road losses.The Vikings are missing three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Everson Griffen. The Eagles lost safety Rodney McLeod.NO BALANCEThe Vikings are last in the NFL in rushing and Dalvin Cook leads the team with only 98 yards while averaging just 2.7 per carry. The Eagles are first in run defense but poor against the pass. So expect Cousins to throw a ton. Or not."It's important for us to have balance," Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said. "It keeps the defensive line from pinning their ears back all the time. I think it helps the football team overall. We just have to do a better job."NO BALANCE IIThe Eagles had success running the ball in an overtime loss at Tennessee, gaining 109 yards on 20 carries from backs Jay Ajayi and Wendell Smallwood. But Pederson called 74 percent pass plays."We try to be as balanced as we can be and we're going to play the game that we think needs to be played, and some of it is dictated during the course of the game," offensive coordinator Mike Groh said. "Coach is as patient a play caller as there is in the running game in this league and really doesn't deviate from it. ... A run call is never very far from the tip of his finger. He's always thinking about it and conversing with the staff during the course of the game."DYNAMIC DUOVikings receivers Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs have been unstoppable. Diggs leads the team with three touchdowns and is averaging 11.5 yards per reception. Thielen has 40 catches and is the only player in the league with 100 yards receiving in every game this season. They're going against a pair of cornerbacks, Jalen Mills and Ronald Darby, who've struggled.Colts vs Eagles: Week three snap counts Another week is in the books, and the Colts dropped a tough one on the road to the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. It wasn’t pretty, but it was a lot closer than just about anyone could have guessed this game would be when looking at the schedule back in the summer. There are a lot of things to learn from this game, and the snap counts are a great place to look to start the process of breaking down the team’s performance. Let’s take a look at the numbers and see if anything jumps out this week.Offense#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercentNotesThere continues to be good continuity on the interior of the offensive line with Nelson, Slauson Youth T.Y. Hilton Jersey , and Kelly all getting in on every offensive snap. That consistency has to help out the tackles, who have experienced no such consistence. Eric Ebron filled in the Jack Doyle rule in this contest, and it was with mixed results. The blocking Doyle provides was noticeably lacking, and Ebron proved that maybe his best role is playing as a complementary piece.Nyheim Hines dominated the snaps at running back, more than doubling Jordan Wilkins’ snaps.Defense#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercentNotesThe Colts defense had more snaps this week than in any week this season. This is likely directly related to the offensive ineffectiveness. The Colts had 5 players who got in on all the defensive snaps this week: Clayton Geathers, Darius Leonard, Kenny Moore, Nate Hairston, and Malik Hooker. Given their youth, this young core getting these snaps is critical to the team’s development.Margus Hunt, who has been a force on defense was in on 84%of the snaps, continuing to be one of the most consistent defensive linemen in terms of playing time and contributions.Matthias Farley was in on just 9 snaps defensively. This seems likely because the Colts wanted to deal with the Eagles’ tight ends and explains why Anthony Walker got more playing time by a wide margin than he has in previous weeks. Special Teams#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent