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Posted Dec. 26, 2010 @ 1:41 a.m. ET
By Eric Edholm

Everything points to an Eagles win Tuesday night. It would be one thing if they had clinched something in their dramatic comeback over the Giants. But that win only got them closer to a division title, and that's why the Eagles will come out tonight with their typical ferocity.

Let's see ... the Vikings have a poor QB situation, a banged-up star running back, a sub-par offensive line, a defense that no longer is dominant and special teams that were downright awful against the Bears. They have shown the past few weeks that they are not playing for anything and have essentially mailed it in.

There is no way that the Vikings can slow down this Eagles offense all night, and putting together more than a few respectable drives while the game is close might prove to be very difficult. Like last Monday, this will get ugly around the middle of the second quarter.

Eagles 41, Vikings 23

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