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The Ranking of Eagles’ Offensive Players in the NFL This Season

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The 2023 NFL regular season ended with the Philadelphia Eagles finishing with a record of 11-6 after a 27-10 loss to the Giants in the season finale. As they prepare to enter the postseason, the team is looking to regroup and refocus. Throughout the season, there were standout performances on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, and as the Eagles prepare to face the Buccaneers, it’s a good time to reflect on the highest and lowest-graded players from the season, as ranked by PFF.

Looking specifically at the offensive players on the Philadelphia Eagles, we can see where they rank among their peers in the NFL, based on their performance during the 2023 season.

Jalen Hurts, the young quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, had an overall grade of 86.4, ranking him 6th among NFL quarterbacks. Hurts showcased his ability to lead the team and make plays with both his arm and his legs, and his performance has been a bright spot for the Eagles this season.

Running back D’Andre Swift had a grade of 66.7, placing him 44th among NFL running backs. Swift has been a reliable playmaker for the Eagles, contributing both in the running and passing game.

Fellow running back Kenneth Gainwell had a grade of 55.5, ranking him 60th among NFL running backs. While his performance hasn’t been as high as some of his teammates, Gainwell has still made valuable contributions to the Eagles’ offense.

Wide receiver A.J. Brown had an outstanding season, finishing with a grade of 90.0, making him the 6th highest-ranked wide receiver in the NFL. Brown has been a dynamic playmaker and a favorite target for Hurts throughout the season.

DeVonta Smith, another wide receiver for the Eagles, had a grade of 73.0, placing him 40th among NFL wide receivers. Smith has shown flashes of brilliance and has been a reliable option in the passing game for the Eagles.

Quez Watkins, yet another wide receiver, finished with a grade of 60.6, which ranked him 88th among NFL wide receivers. Watkins has had some impactful moments but has room for improvement as he continues to develop as a player.

Tight end Dallas Goedert had a strong season, finishing with a grade of 73.3, which placed him 11th among NFL tight ends. Goedert has been a valuable asset in both the passing and running game, providing a reliable option for Hurts.

Moving to the offensive line, center Jason Kelce had a grade of 80.7, ranking him 4th among NFL centers. Kelce’s leadership and skill have been critical in anchoring the Eagles’ offensive line throughout the season.

Landon Dickerson, a key player on the offensive line, had a grade of 70.0, placing him 16th among NFL guards. Dickerson has been a solid contributor and has been pivotal in protecting Hurts and creating running lanes for the Eagles’ backs.

Cam Jurgens, another member of the offensive line, had a grade of 63.0, ranking him 29th among NFL centers. Jurgens has also been a valuable asset in the trenches, contributing to the success of the Eagles’ offense.

Tackles Jordan Mailata and Lane Johnson have also been standout performers. Mailata finished with a grade of 84.1, ranking him 3rd among NFL tackles, while Johnson finished with a grade of 80.9, placing him 10th among NFL tackles. Mailata and Johnson have been crucial in protecting Hurts and providing the offense with solid pass protection.

As the Eagles head into the postseason, they will be relying on the performance of their offensive players to continue to make an impact. These rankings from PFF highlight the strength and skill of the Philadelphia Eagles’ offensive unit and provide insight into the areas where they can continue to excel moving forward.

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