2019 Eagles vs Super Bowl 52 Championship Eagles: Offensive Edition

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After looking at each offensive position, it’s safe to say the Eagles have a lot of talent going into this season just like they did in 2017. Although no games have been played yet on paper or on-screen this 2019 team may edge-out Philly’s championship one. Not only did the team keep standout players like Zach Ertz, Carson Wentz, and Alshon Jeffery, they also brought in other options to display a wide array of weapons with players such as Dallas Goedert, DeSean Jackson, Jordan Howard, and Miles Sanders. They also (as previously stated) held on to an authentic and talented offensive line while making sure to have a few dependable options in their back pocket.

With a strong offensive line and players that can be trusted by coaches in case someone goes down simply helps out the flashy skills positions tremendously. Eagles fans should be able to see it now, Wentz with a clean pocket and plenty of time as D-Jax opens up down field as Wentz’s arm drops back before he lets the ball go flying through the air just to drop in to the awaiting arms of Jackson for six as he flaps his arms like an Eagle glad to be back in his NFL home while also making Philly rock the Linc.

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Can you envision plays that you can’t wait to see this upcoming season? What are your thoughts on the Philadelphia Eagles’ 2019 offense compared to 2017’s? Let your thoughts be heard in the comments below and stay tuned for the defensive edition.