Is there a path to victory for the Eagles today against the Seattle Seahawks?

One of the toughest places to play in the NFL meets an Eagles team that is just 1-4 on the road.  The young Eagles have had their issues on the road, and playing in Seattle could be the most difficult thing to do in the NFL due to the extraordinary noise in that stadium.

Former Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer joined the Sports Bash on Wednesday and explained what is like to play in Seattle.

"It's like when you goto a rock concert and at the end of the day your ears are ringing," Toomer said.  "When you're right next to somebody and they are screaming at the top of their lungs and you can't even hear the words coming out of their mouths - that's what it's like to play in Seattle and its like that the entire game."

The Eagles have enough issues on the offensive side of the ball, coupled with the noise factor makes you wonder - do they have a path to victory today?

If they do here is what ESPN NFL Sal Paolantonio says needs to happen for the Eagles to win the game.

"The Seahawks turned the ball over in their own territory more than once," Paolantonio explained on the Sports Bash.

"Schwartz’s defense has to force a turnover or more than one and do it inside the Seahawks 30. A short field for Carson Wentz to work with. You can forget about the 60-70- 80 yard drives they had against the Falcons. You’re home against Atlanta, it’s a complete 180 to go to Seattle."

My Pick: Seahawks 23, Eagles 9

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