(December 7, 2020): On Monday's edition of Football at Four, Andrew DiCecco joins The Sports Bash talking:

*Should Doug Pederson start Jalen Hurts after his performance versus the Packers

*Would the Eagles give Wentz one more shot at the starter to see if he can rebound

*Is it necessary to for the Eagles to start Jalen Hurts the rest of the season to find out if he can be their Franchise Quarterback moving forward

*Could Carson Wentz actually be the Eagles Backup Quarterback if Jalen Hurts shows he should be the starter

*Does the starting Quarterback moving forward send a message about who is really making the decisions in the Eagles organization

*What impact does the Eagles standing in the NFC East have on their decision at the starting Quarterback position moving forward

*Analysis of Jalen Hurts performance versus the Packers

*How far along is Jalen Hurts in his development as a Quarterback and how does his play line up with NFL Draft projections

*What are realistic options the Eagles have with Carson Wentz and what impact does his contract have on his future in Philadelphia

*Perspective on the Eagles Offensive play calling and game plan versus the Packers

*How concerning is it that the Eagles have simplified the Offense for Carson Wentz this season

*Do we expect Carson Wentz to be back with the Eagles next season

*Why are the Eagles using Miles Sanders sparingly and concerns about why the team is splitting carries between him and Jordan Howard versus the Packers

(Andrew DiCecco covers the Eagles for 973espn.com and is a Contributor to InsideTheBirds.com)

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