Philadelphia Eagles: One dream trade target from each team for 2020

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Las Vegas Raiders: Kolton Miller

Providing Wentz with the proper weapons to work with on offense will continue to be important for the Eagles moving forward as previously mentioned, but also Philadelphia needs to make sure their beloved quarterback has the right protection from the offensive line.

Otherwise, the concerns over Wentz’s history of injuries are going to continue to stick around during the 2020 season and beyond, although he obviously deserves credit for hanging tough all of last year before being on the wrong end of that cheap shot in the playoffs.

It’s no secret that Philadelphia’s offensive line is getting up there in age, and the recent decision to move on from Jason Peters made it even clearer the Eagles need to focus on getting younger sooner rather than later.

Two years ago, the Las Vegas Raiders were in a similar situation where they needed to add some youth to their line, and Kolton Miller’s successful career at UCLA made him seem like the perfect candidate during the first round of the draft.

Watching Miller start every game for the Raiders over the last two seasons shows he was ready for the NFL, and the offensive tackle is only going to continue to get better as long as he remains healthy.