We've reached our top half of 15 Pro Bowl-worthy Eagles.
The ranking order of our 15 Eagles may vary from person to person, but we fully expect these guys to be in everyone's top ten.
7. A.J. Brown, wide receiver
A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith would both be ranked higher if not for a couple of games where their production was almost nonexistent. Still, in spite of that, they have both strung some impressive games together, and their absences are clearly the result of the ball not going in their direction.
There's planty of visual proof. Dial their numbers up, and good things happen more often than not.
6. Landon Dickerson, left guard
Landon Dickerson is so good that sometimes we endure long stretches where we never say his name, but as the old school football heads used to say, if you don't discuss offensive linemen, they're doing their jobs right.
Landon already has one Pro Bowl nod on his resume, and he's deserving of notching a second.
5. Jalen Hurts, quarterback
Yes, he's in a slump. Yes, he has to stop turning the ball over at an alrming rate, but there are about 20 NFL franchises that would take Jalen Hurts tomorrow if they had that opportunity.
He has 33 total TDs on the season and was the MVP front-runner just a month ago. We know that guy is in there somewhere.
4. Lane Johnson, right tackle
'Mr. Reliable' just keeps on rolling. Here's where we stand as Lane Johnson keeps getting better with time. If he adds a couple more Pro Bowl nods to his resume we really need to discuss the possibilities of him being a first-ballot Hall of Famer. This season's nod will be his fifth.
3. Haason Reddick, EDGE/linebacker
Speaking of guys that keep getting better, Haason Reddick has notched double-digit sacks in both of his Eagles seasons. 16 was the tally last time around. He has 11 so far in 2023, and the Birds have three games left to play.
2. Jake Elliott, kicker
Seriously, did you think Jake Elliott wasn't making this list? He has already earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors twice. A Pro Bowl nod seems like a forgone conclusion.
1. Jason Kelce, center
If Jason Kelce isn't on this list, there shouldn't be one. He has aged like fine wine and is still one of the best at his position.
Some may argue about whether he deserves the top spot or not, but past all that, here's where we all should stand. If he isn't in your top five, throw the list out entirely.