The offensive line (9)
Lane Johnson, Andre Dillard, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, Isaac Seumalo, Matt Pryor, Nate Herbig, Prince Tega Wanogho, Jack Driscoll
If healthy, this is one of the best offensive lines in all of football, and though Jason Peters and Halapoulivaati Vaitai are gone, the Eagles invested their first-round draft choice of 2019’s selection meeting in the man they hope can be a viable replacement going forward, Andre Dillard.
Isaac Seumalo is versatile and talented, and he can play all three of the offensive line’s interior positions. Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, and Lane Johnson‘s reputations all precede them. They’re perennial Pro Bowl nods and some of the best at their positions.
The Eagles entered the draft with everyone knowing that they’d need to add depth. They found some in Jack Driscoll and Prince Tega Wanogho. They’ll make the squad along with two of Philly’s better reserve linemen from a season ago, Nate Herbig and Matt Pryor. Goal number one is this. Keep Carson Wentz upright (though he normally gets hurt when he takes off and runs).