After playing the previous four seasons for the
Then he suffered a broken forearm in a Nov. 26 win against the
"See how it feels on Sunday," Barwin said Friday after limited participation in practice. "I'd love to play."
Rams inside linebacker
Barwin, in his ninth season, joined the Eagles in 2013 after starting his career with the
"Anytime you're let go somewhere, you want to play well against them and beat them," said Barwin, who has 25 tackles and four sacks this season. "But bigger than all of that is what's happening for both teams and the season both are having."
"They're both great decision-makers and both are having great years," Barwin said. "Goff's more of a pocket passer, but he doesn't get enough credit for what he does with his feet.
"Carson stands in the pocket and throws, but obviously he gets a lot of credit for what he does, and rightfully so, off-schedule and making plays with his feet."
The Rams play a 3-4 defense, the Eagles a 4-3. Barwin said they are similar.
"We're both very much attacking-style defenses," he said. "Their defense is ranked pretty high, and we've played pretty well, especially at a lot of different times in the season. So it's going to be a great matchup.
"Everybody's excited about seeing Wentz and Goff, and I'm excited about seeing which defense plays better."