10 Philadelphia Eagles that need monster performances versus Dallas

Jalen Hurts #1, Nick Sirianni (R), Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Shane Steichen, Philadelphia Eagles
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If the Philadelphia Eagles can outcoach Dallas, we may have something.

Shane Steichen, offensive coordinator

The plan by Shane Steichen in Week 1 was brilliant. The plan in Week 2? Not so much.

The Birds sandwiched some below-average work on offense for the majority of the first and second half with a couple of decent drives at the beginning of the game (two of which they didn’t score on) and a touchdown drive in the fourth quarter.

They have to be better in Week 3. Hopefully, Steichen comes up with something.

Jonathan Gannon, defensive coordinator

Outside of a bad drive here and there, it’s hard to ask for much more from Jonathan Gannon‘s guys than we’ve seen over the course of the first two games. They’ll need to play out of their minds in Week 3 as well because it might be the Philadelphia Eagles defense that decides this one.

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Philly held the Atlanta Falcons to six points in Week 1. They held the high-powered San Francisco 49ers to 17 points in Week 2. It may be a tall order to ask them to do something similar to that versus Dallas, but it isn’t impossible. Hopefully, Gannon has something up his sleeve. This is by far the biggest test in his young career so far.