Relive the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl season with PFF
There’s no reason for the Philadelphia Eagles‘ first Super Bowl victory in team history to go short-lived. As such, we at Pro Football Focus have put together a highlight reel of the written word to give Philly fans a one-stop shop for all of PFF’s top Eagles-centric articles of the 2017-18 season.
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Below is a collection of the best PFF analysis from the Philadelphia Eagles World Championship season. From the 2017 NFL Draft through Super Bowl LII, PFF tracked the roster moves and outstanding performances that helped Philadelphia rise to the top of the NFL.
Through Week 5, we ranked the Eagles’ offensive line ahead of all the rest, and even after Jason Peters’ season-ending injury, Philadelphia’s big men remained at the top of their game.
Kelce started the season on fire as the Eagles’ premier run blocker in the middle and never let up.
Moving away from the boundary and into the slot, Agholor put together a career year in 2017 and capped it off with his nine-reception, 84-yard performance in Super Bowl LII.
Prior to going down with injury, Wentz was on pace to receive notable MVP consideration for his efforts in Year 2 of his career. And while he may not have finished the season, he still did enough to earn top our list of breakout players in 2017.
PFF Senior Analyst Mike Renner dives deep into the Eagles’ successful rushing attack and their ability to become the “Kings of the Trap.”
“[Kelce’s] turnaround has been instrumental in the Eagles’ run to the Super Bowl, and he’s more than deserving of PFF’s top run-blocker award.”
Eagles cornerback Patrick Robinson more than exceeded expectations working from the slot in 2017, leading to career-high marks across the board and a number of key plays in Philadelphia’s Super Bowl run.
“The Philadelphia Eagles were the best offensive line in football in 2017.”
Foles did what many called the impossible, taking over for the injured Wentz and leading the Eagles to a Super Bowl win. PFF’s Sam Monson, however, never had a doubt.