The Philadelphia Eagles will look to repeat as NFC East champions in 2020 and earn another home game in the playoffs. They made a big splash when they made a trade with the Detroit Lions for Darius Slay but how will the offense fare in the upcoming season?
Carson Wentz played all 16 games in 2019 for the first time since his rookie season. Wentz was knocked out of their playoff matchup against the Seattle Seahawks after a questionable hit by Jadeveon Clowney.
Injuries plagued the Eagles in 2019 and some of them may carry over. The offense will have to get healthy by Week 1 if they want to keep up with the Dallas Cowboys.
The NFC East will be a two-team race once again in 2020. Both New York and Washington are not expected to be in the mix as they look to develop young talent. The Cowboys finished first in yards per game in 2019 but the Eagles were still able to finish one game better. If the Eagles’ offense plays to that level, the division could have a bigger difference.
Dallas added CeeDee Lamb to their offense. Both the Cowboys and Eagles are led by franchise quarterbacks. Doug Pederson is a great offensive mind so let’s take a look at what he will be working with come the regular season.