Trent Brown is another amazing option at tackle, but Rodney Hudson would fit in nicely on a team that isn’t sure how much longer Jason Kelce will play. Hudson turns 31 in July, but he plays like he’s still in his twenties.
As attractive an option as Keenan Allen is, wide receivers get the ball six or seven times a game. Defensive ends get a chance to be a factor on every defensive play. For that reason, we go with Joey Bosa. Now, we have both Bosa brothers on the edges.
The Philadelphia Eagles absolutely would have gone the route of taking Jerry Jeudy had he been available. There was no way that would have been possible, but we can dream.
Just imagine this young man playing with Carson Wentz for the next ten seasons. It makes the mouth water.
Even though Patrick Mahomes might be the only quarterback that might make the Eagles move on from Carson Wentz, we’ll forego the controversy and go defense.
You could go “eeny meeny miny moe” with defensive end Frank Clark and defensive tackle Chris Jones and be satisfied with either one. One is a phenomenal edge rusher. The other has some asking if Fletcher Cox is still the second-best defensive tackle in the NFL. Truthfully, that honor could belong to Jones now.