3 Eagles who could fall out of favor barring a late-season turnaround

The Philadelphia Eagles are playoff bound, but some of the squad is playing its way out of favor.

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The Philadelphia Eagles are 10-4 on the season. In many ways, that is spectacular. No buts should be used when describing how good a team with ten wins is when only three games remain in their season. Tight final scores have been used as a point of criticism, and that is as ridiculous as a fear of clowns. (Yes, you. Get over the clown thing.)

The Eagles have played one of the most difficult schedules in the league, highlighted by one of the most difficult five-game stretches in NFL history. Close games should have been expected when having to go through a season filled with games versus playoff teams from the previous season.

The difficulty of the campaign has allowed the roster's cream to rise to the top. It has also highlighted what may have glittered in the past may not have necessarily been gold. Howie Roseman is known for his aggressiveness in team building, so roster turnover is always a possibility. We're months away from that, but here are a few guys that are falling out of favor.

3. Josh Jobe

The Eagles signed Josh Jobe to a three-year, $2.57 million contract in May of 2022. He's a great special teams player but has yet to make a true impact on the defense when he has been called upon, and two years in, he has had many opportunities.

There are a lot of details that go into the grading system for PFF (Pro Football Focus), but let's just say Jobe's grade is bad. There may not be any need to extend this relationship to a third year. Both parties should move forward amicably and with dignity intact.