PFF's highest-rated, lowest-graded Eagles from victory over Rams (and those players' season grades)

Here are Pro Football Focus' top-rated and lowest-graded Eagles from Philadelphia's win over the Rams (and a look at how they have performed all season).

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The highest-graded Eagles from Week 5

The Eagles have stars everywhere (and stars in the making). Guys are coming up big in big spots.

1. Landon Dickerson: 87.5

Landon Dickerson, Philadelphia Eagles
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Landon Dickerson is special. He played 79 snaps in Week 5, 44 on passing downs and 35 on run plays. That gives him 348 for the season.

Through five weeks, he has crafted an offensive grade of 75.0 while earning pass-blocking grades of 75.4 and run-blocking grades of 78.5.

2. A.J. Brown: 85.0

A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles
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A.J. Brown came up huge again. Seven receptions and 79 yards receiving earned him Philly's second-highest weekly grade from PFF. On the season, he's rated even higher (90.3 through five games. He has also earned a run-blocking season grade of 65.6.

3. Josh Sweat: 82.0

Josh Sweat, Philadelphia Eagles
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Josh Sweat has evolved into one of the better edge rushers in the game. This isn't some unbiased opinion. The numbers corroborate that.

On the season, he sports an overall defensive grade of 78.8, a tackling grade of 79.2, and a pressure grade of 74.4. Thank 15 tackles, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and 12 hurries for that.

4. Jordan Mailata: 80.4

Jordan Mailata, Philadelphia Eagles
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Jordan Mailata's overall grade of 80.4 in Week 5 is the result of a pass-blocking grade of 89.6 and a run block grade of 70.2. On the season, the numbers look like this: 85.7 (RBLK), 81.3 (PBLK), and 84.1 overall.

Stoutland University's prized student continues to get better.

5. Jalen Hurts: 79.0

Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles
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Jalen Hurts cooked the Rams with his legs and arm in Week 5. He earned his highest weekly grade of the campaign so far, one that would have been higher if not for the interception he tossed.

His yearly grades are as follows: 76.5 (passing), 66.2 (rushing), and 76.8 (overall).

Just in case you're interested, Dallas Goedert and Jalen Carter were given Week 5 grades of 77.2 and 75.8 respectively. Goedert enjoyed his breakout game while Carter continued his upswing.