Philadelphia Eagles 2014 Preseason: Three Things We've Learned

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Aug 28, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback G.J. Kinne (4) is stopped by New York Jets free safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (37) during the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Jets, 37-7. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Eagles 2014 preseason ended with a bang as the Eagles produced their second dominating performance over an opponent in as many weeks defeating the New York Jets 37-7 at Lincoln Financial Field Thursday evening.  Final preseason games are typically used to provide one last opportunity for players who are on the edge of making the team a chance to prove why they should be on the roster, and the bubble guys did not disappoint.  I would not want to be Eagles head coach Chip Kelly who has a number of difficult roster decisions to make over the coming days.

This was by far Philadelphia’s best defensive game, yielding just 300 yards of offense, with 42 of them coming during the Jets lone highlight in the third quarter on a deep pass play from Jets quarterback Tajh Boyd to wide receiver Clyde Gates.  Without those 42 yards, Philadelphia’s secondary gave up only 161 passing yards, and I think Eagles Nation would gladly take that outcome every game.

With the preseason in the rear view mirror, here are three things we’ve learned about these 2014 Philadelphia Eagles.

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