Jason Kelce inactive but Lane Johnson returns
A week after a dismal performance running the ball against the 49ers, the Eagles should have a better showing against the Rams thanks to an upgraded offensive line.
Though center Jason Kelce is inactive due to injury, right tackle Lane Johnson will make his season debut after serving a four-game suspension for violating the performance-enhancing drugs policy. Replacing Kelce once again at center will be David Molk.
The Eagles' offensive line will have Molk, Johnson, left tackle Jason Peters, left guard Matt Tobin and right guard Todd Herremans. This is a much better unit to run the ball with, which should considerably help out LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles.
On the Rams side, receiver Tavon Ausin is active for Sunday's game after being deemed questionable on Friday.
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