5 Eagles players the Carolina Panthers must keep quiet in Week 5

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Which Philadelphia Eagles players must the Carolina Panthers keep quiet in Week 5 to get back on track?

After losing their first game of the season against the Dallas Cowboys last week, the Carolina Panthers will return home to face another NFC East team this week.

Luckily, the Philadelphia Eagles are not as star-studded as the Cowboys, but they still have some playmakers that can surprise in any given week.

With the Panthers showing that they’re going all-in this season by trading for Stephon Gilmore this week, a win over Philadelphia is pivotal to get back on track and not lose any ground to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Carolina had an awful defensive game against Dallas and after three weeks of dominating on that side of the ball. Facing the Eagles will prove whether or not the performance has been a fluke or not.

Carolina Panthers might have Christian McCaffrey back in Week 5.

The good news is that the game will be at Bank of America Stadium, which is the perfect place for the Panthers to get back on track.

It’s still unclear whether running back Christian McCaffrey will return or not this week. But the offense managed to play just fine without him thanks to the production of Sam Darnold and wide receiver D.J. Moore, who is quickly becoming one of the league’s elite.

Like Carolina, the Eagles have a lot of young players and it will be a game full of energy with mistakes thrown in for good measure.

Here are five Philadelphia players that must be kept quiet for the Panthers to get a victory.