Eagles legend and center Jason Kelce was the only member of this team to earn All-Pro honors in 2019, and Kelce did it as a First-teamer, a feat that he’s accomplished in each of his last three seasons as a professional. He’s like a fine wine that seems to keep getting better with time.
It isn’t often that an NFL franchise loses a Pro Bowl guard and replaces him with a future Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, but that’s exactly the situation that the Eagles are in once the 2020 season begins. Brandon Brooks is out. Jason Peters steps in to fill in on Kelce’s right. The ‘next-man-up’ mantra continues, and the season hasn’t even started yet.
On Kelce’s left is another familiar face, Isaac Seumalo. He’s Philly’s most versatile and, quite possibly, their most underrated offensive lineman. Andre Dillard and Lane Johnson are the starting left and right tackles respectively.
Expect them, as a unit to keep Carson Wentz upright. Expect them to clear holes in the running game. Expect Jason Kelce, the NFL’s best center and the Eagles’ anchor on the offensive line to earn a fourth straight First-team All-Pro nomination. Once he does, we really need to start talking about some consideration for Canton, Ohio.