Eagles starting left guard Isaac Seumalo doesn’t get nearly the amount of respect that he deserves. It’s easy to see why that might be the case. During his career, he’s lined up with a future Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, Jason Peters, on his left and a perennial Pro Bowl nod who’s quietly crafted a resume that’s Hall-of-Fame worthy, Jason Kelce, on his right.
The other side of the Eagles offensive line features two more Pro Bowl mainstays, right tackle Lane Johnson and right guard Brandon Brooks.
For the second time in two seasons, Brooks’ season ended prematurely with him winding up on the team’s IR (injured reserve). Last time, it was an Achilles tear, Most recently, it was a separated shoulder.
If Brooks is available, he’s without question, one of the game’s best. Pair him with Seumalo, one of the most versatile linemen in the NFL, throw in a center who’s truly got a Hall of Fame argument, and the Eagles starting guard combo is set.
All we need to talk about now is what they’ll do as far as depth.