PFF Unveils Season’s Top-Ranked Offense Line

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The Philadelphia Eagles have regressed vastly this season.

Their defense isn’t as dominant as it used to be, and Jalen Hurts has taken a step back after signing that massive contract extension, although he’s also been banged up for the most part.

However, as disappointing as the Eagles have been thus far, one unit continues to set the standard around the rest of the league: the offensive line.

As pointed out by PFF, the Eagles continue to boast the best offensive line in the entire league, and it’s not even close.

They point out the fact that even despite the loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the offensive line didn’t allow a single quarterback hit or sack, allowing only three pressures on 25 dropbacks.

This offensive line has pretty much bullied the opposition from start to finish, dating back to last year.

They’ve been the reason why the now-infamous ‘Tush Push’ or ‘Brotherly Shove’ has been so efficient and unstoppable, as they’re just too dominant.

Nick Sirianni’s team has plenty of things to figure out as they head to the playoffs after losing four of their last five games.

They need to get back to basics, find their groove, get their confidence back, and they only have one more regular-season game to do so.

At least they can always stay confident in the offensive line’s ability to take care of their quarterback, and Jalen Hurts will always have plenty of time and room to operate and find A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.

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