Chiefs expert shares weaknesses Eagles can exploit during Super Bowl

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Ahead of the Eagles’ fourth Super Bowl appearance, we’re still turning over every rock. The Chiefs are no walk in the park.

Even though we know this isn’t true, in many ways, it feels like it’s been a month since the Philadelphia Eagles played a football game. Heck, those flag football games at the Pro Bowl feel like they were a long time ago. Here’s the good news. We made it! Game time approaches. Philly has an opportunity to raise the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the second time in a five-year span.

If you’re like the rest of us, you’ve spent the entire two weeks from the close of the NFC Championship Game to the final days of Super Bowl Media Week discussing everything. We’ve gone from thoughts on this ridiculous theory that ‘the Eagles haven’t played anyone’ to all of the fanfare that came with the past few days.

We’ve discussed Andy Reid‘s connection to both teams and whether or not Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes will be one-hundred percent healthy. We’ve gone back and forth about everything from how cool Jason and Travis Kelce‘s mom is to, of course, the likelihood that the Birds will raise the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

As you might imagine, we still aren’t satisfied. We traveled behind enemy lines and found a friend.