Biggest strengths and weaknesses on the Eagles roster entering the 2023 NFL regular season

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Biggest offensive weakness: Right guard

Let's be clear here: calling any part of the Eagles offensive line a weakness is a stretch but just like your favorite movie franchise, there has to be a hierarchy. The running back room is deep, the wide receiver tandem is one of the best in the NFL, and Jalen Hurts is Jalen Hurts. Nitpicking is part of the process when analyzing an elite team. With that being said, there is reason for legitimate concern regarding the O-line.

The Eagles' offensive line has enjoyed diamond-level status and recognition throughout the league as one of the best units in the NFL for years now. The potential for that title is still there, especially with the return of Philly's beloved Jason Kelce but with Isaac Seumalo gone, Cam Jurgens is expected to fill the void. He may turn out to be great but just like the youth on the defensive line, until he proves it with consistency, it is an unknown variable that defenses will try to press.

Jurgens had experience playing guard at Nebraska but he has mostly filled in for Kelce at center in small doses when needed. Taking on the challenge of a full-time starter at the guard position may have some growing pains. Luckily for the Birds, Jeff Stoutland is one of the best position coaches in the league and Stoutland University has a high graduation rate.