The Philadelphia Eagles have wrapped up OTAs, and The John Kincade Show is measuring their level of confidence in Eagles position groups entering the 2023 season.
The “Cooney’s Corner” segment included a breakdown of each expected starter.
“So I wanted to go through the roster to you and find out where your trust comes from and where maybe you’re a little hesitant on trusting somebody.” -Bob Cooney
Howie Roseman executed some impressive roster turnover this offseason despite challenging circumstances with a number of key contributors hitting unrestricted free agency.
The 2022 NFC champions fielded arguably the most complete roster in the 90-year history of the franchise. Even with some shrewd maneuvering, it’ll be difficult to replicate.
Philadelphia Eagles Position Groups
Veterans like Jason Kelce, Lane Johnson, Brandon Graham, and Fletcher Cox don’t have too many productive seasons remaining, and other changing parts will force the 2023 Eagles to handle adversity that wasn’t always there during a dominant trek to Super Bowl LVII.
The defensive line won’t have the same overwhelming veteran presence up the middle after losing Javon Hargrave, Ndamukong Suh, and Linval Joseph. Does drafting Jalen Carter with the 9th overall pick affect your level of trust?
Is there inevitable regression for a team that tore through the NFC as an unrivaled favorite during the regular season and outscored NFC opponents 69-14 in two playoff games?
Where is your confidence level in Jalen Hurts and the Eagles to repeat as the conference champs and right the wrong of a loss on the game’s biggest stage?
John Kincade, Bob Cooney, and Connor Thomas broke down the Eagles’ position groups one by one.