Eagles schedule: Ranking all 14 opposing QBs Philly will face in 2023

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Cue the quarterback duels. The Eagles face some great ones in 2023.

Last season, the Philadelphia Eagles finished first versus the pass and racked up the second-highest sack total in league history. Some say Philly benefited by playing sub-par signal-callers, which isn’t their fault, but when you see how Jonathan Gannon’s plan of attack always failed versus the elite competition, it makes one wonder if Philly would have benefited from more target practice.

Oh well, let’s hope Sean Desai is better at limited better competition than Jonathan Gannon was. Philly plays a first-place schedule. They have some tough outings versus some great signal-callers, but they face some bums too.

Eagles schedule, Tier 4: The bottom of the QB barrel

There’s a theory that every NFL team shares, whether they verbalize it or not. Win the games you’re supposed to win. If you’re the Birds, you have to believe two games versus the Washington Commanders and another versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers qualifies.

14. player. 58. . . . Sam Howell, Commanders

Sam Howell looked good in his lone start of the season, a Week 18, 26-6 win over the hated Dallas Cowboys. In the process, he showcased some of what Washington thought they’d have by fielding Carson Wentz and Taylor Heinecke.

Let’s be honest though. No one is expecting anything from the Commanders.

Baker Mayfield, Buccaneers. 13. player. 48. . .

Think of everything that you love about Jalen Hurts. There’s the drive, the dedication, the professionalism, and the maturity among other things. We have been watching Baker Mayfield for years, and it wasn’t until last season that we saw him demonstrate he had any of those qualities.

The Buccaneers are a team seemingly headed in the wrong direction. This isn’t the man to steer the ship back in a positive direction.