Common questions surrounding the Eagles' offense after two games, attempts to provide clarity

Despite a 2-0 record, questions surround the Eagles' offense and their execution as a unit. Let's attempt to answer many of them.

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The Eagles have managed a 2-0 start, but questions need to be answered.

In the NFL, nothing matters more than wins and losses. Ask the Philadelphia Eagles. They'll tell you. Each NFL team's final record ultimately paints the picture of whether a season is successful or not, but there are always other factors that can determine whether a team is on the right path. These can range anywhere from offensive performance to clock management.

Philadelphia's win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night improved them to a 2-0 start to the season, but despite achieving the best possible result in their first two games, the Eagles' offense looks out of sync.

There is an optimistic lens from which to view the first two games. There was always going to be an adjustment period for new offensive coordinator Brian Johnson. In addition, Jalen Hurts and company needs time to fully mesh together to create the cohesion seen last season. That has yet to happen.

In another NFL town that may go unnoticed, but it won't in a town like Philly. Questions abound that require answers.