Philadelphia Eagles: Final position grades from 2020’s NFL season

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The Philadelphia Eagles offseason has officially begun.

The Philadelphia Eagles not having any postseason games to prepare for means their ride for the 2020 season has officially come to an end. The 2020-2021 campaign had many ups and downs (mostly downs), and it’s gearing up to be an even more hectic offseason.

With their season officially being over, it is always nice to look back at some of the team’s achievements. Their defense finished third in total sacks, Jordan Mailata and Alex Singleton have been success stories, and hey, at least they won some games.

Brandon Graham and Miles Sanders also made their first Pro Bowl. See? This season wasn’t all bad. Are you convinced? No? We understand if you aren’t. After so many injuries and roster changes occurred this year, it is a miracle that the Eagles even won four games.

Now that the chapter of the 2020 season has been written, let’s answer fans’ curiosity about just how this team graded out positionally on the year. As stated before, many position groups dealt with multiple injuries, but some backups really stepped up and accepted the challenge this year and gave the Birds a fighting chance in many games. With all of that being said, let’s dive into some final grades.