The Philadelphia Eagles had an offseason in which they significantly improved their offensive personnel, plugging holes with some competent players, and upgrading at other spots with very good players.
In fact, on Wednesday we took a look at each of the Eagles’ offensive positional groups and determined that they either improved at each position, or at least didn’t get worse. The short-short version of that post:
â?¢ Carson Wentz should be better in year two, while Nick Foles is better than Chase Daniel.
â?¢ LeGarrette Blount may not have Ryan Mathews’ explosiveness, but he’s more reliable in terms of health and ball security. Plus, Wendell Smallwood is a year wiser, and the Eagles added Donnel Pumphrey.
â?¢ Wide receiver experienced significant upgrades with the additions or Alshon Jeffery, Torrey Smith, and a pair of rookie receivers who will realistically help in 2018 and beyond.
â?¢ Tight ends remained the same.
â?¢ Offensive line (largely) remained the same.
The Eagles don’t have any positional groups on their roster where anyone can …
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