4. Philadelphia Eagles
Keeping the conversation going in the NFC East, the Philadelphia Eagles have given the Rams all sorts of problems over the last two seasons with key wins during the regular season, especially last December when Nick Foles helped the team pull off a huge upset on the road.
After hosting the Super Bowl 52 champions in each of the last two seasons, the Rams won’t have to deal with the Eagles in 2019 during the regular season, but this doesn’t rule out a potential meeting in January if both tams happen to earn trips to the playoffs.
Just like a few other teams across the league, Philadelphia has a few questions in need of answering at the wide receiver position, although they are in better shape than most teams thanks to having Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz leading the passing game.
Still, with Golden Tate‘s future uncertain on top of the Eagles needing consistent help beyond their two stars, one can only imagine how terrifying this offense would be if Brown were to somehow become part of the picture.
Then again, even if Philadelphia fails to land Brown, they would certainly feel better if Le’Veon Bell were to become a possibility at a fair price.