Eagles positional stock report ahead of Week 2 game versus Vikings

Nick Sirianni, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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Wait! We thought the Philadelphia Eagles won their first game!

If you didn’t know any better and had no clue about how football worked, you might assume that the Philadelphia Eagles lost their regular-season opener. In many ways, they’ve received that type of reaction. They didn’t make things easy on themselves. At times, they were tough to watch, but they got the win, and in the end, that’s all that matters.

Now, even after saying that, we can also state that, there are reasons for concern. There were obvious issues with fatigue, and they were noticeable early and often. Maybe Jordan Davis’ conditioning wasn’t what we needed to be concerned about. Then again, it was only Week 1, and the 13th-overall selection only saw 22 snaps. It’s probably hard to work up a sweat when that’s the case.

We could also mention missed tackles and late-game rallies. We could go the route of discussing the fact that DeVonta Smith had no catches, but what’s the point? Hasn’t that been done enough? Week 1 is in our rearview mirror. Week 2 is ahead.

The Eagles celebrate their home opener by welcoming the mighty Jalen Reagor and his Minnesota Vikings teammates. Here’s a stock report of every position on Philadelphia’s roster ahead of Monday Night Football.