Dec 1, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles safety Patrick Chung (23) talks with cornerback Cary Williams (26) during the fourth quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Cardinals 24-21. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Which Eagles Position Groups Have the Toughest 2014?


Fifty three players will secure jobs with the Philadelphia Eagles just in time for the regular season, a sizable downgrade from the current ninety players on the roster. As we all know by now, head coach Chip Kelly and general manager Howie Roseman are in the full swing of converting the Eagles into their own vision, and as a result some positions are going through a transition. Some of which is up to perception, because good luck getting ten Eagles fans to agree on whether wide receiver is better or worse off compared to last year.

Since it’s far too early to predict final rosters, considering there has yet to be a practice session with full pads, I’m interested to see which two current groups of position players you feel have the toughest road ahead in 2014. Who has the most to prove to not only their teammates, but to the league itself?

If the season began tomorrow, which two Philadelphia Eagles position groups have the toughest road ahead in 2014?


Which Two Eagles Position Groups Have the Most to Prove in 2014?

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Note: The Eagles also have B.J. Cunningham, Damaris Johnson, Ifeanyi Momah, Will Murphy, Kadron Boone, and Quron Pratt competing at wide receiver. The condensing of the group was done solely to preserve the poll’s layout.

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