Isaac Seumalo, left guard
Isaac Seumalo has gotten the love of his coaching staff since entering the NFL in 2016, the same year the Eagles took Carson Wentz, and it hasn’t mattered who his offensive coordinator or position coach is.
Seumalo’s biggest asset though everything has been his versatility. He’s started 24 of his 45 career games, and that includes a stellar job of holding down the starting left guard spot in all nine of Philly’s games this season. Grade: A-
Jason Kelce, center
Quietly, Jason Kelce has put another decent season together. If he continues to play well, at the end of this one, another Pro Bowl appearance could be imminent. Grade: A
Brandon Brooks, right guard
What Brandon Brooks has done to this point of 2019’s regular season has been nothing short of amazing. This guy did tear his Achilles, right or was that a lie? Last week, Brooks was Pro Football Focus’ highest-graded lineman, and if he stays healthy, there’s no reasonable explanation for why he wouldn’t win the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year Award. Grade: A+