Thank you for joining the weekly chat. Eagles are back at 6-6 -- let's get to your questions...
I still think they look at him as an outside cornerback -- safety is more than tackling. It didn't go well when he played there in Week 6. But it's something that I wouldn't rule out down the line.
Jernigan should be at practice this week. Peters is day-to-day. You're right on Peters -- o-line has been a key part of the Eagles' success.
He deserves a shot. I think he should be in the NFL. No two ways about it.
Need to see how the board falls.
Way too soon to say what they'll focus on at this point, other than generally speaking, D-line will be a priority.
I see him more as a short-term running back and a long-term rotational back. My guess is they continue to look to upgrade at that spot, especially with a more dynamic player.
I'd say 8-8, but I won't rule out 9-7. I think they're better than 7-9.
Honestly, at least four of five. I think Seumalo, Kelce, Brooks, and Johnson are all back. The question is what happens at left tackle.
No -- I think it's because teams are afraid of all that comes with it, which is foolish. The most overblown thing in the NFL is the concept of media distractions. By the time the game is played, none of that matters.
Maddox has a chance. He's day-to-day. Looks like it will be longer for Mills.
Good question, and one I've thought a lot about. The injuries are at concentrated positions this year, which is a big issue. Last year, they weren't as far down the depth chart. I don't think the team had an especially good offseason when you consider OTAs and training camp; they were missing so many players. Some players are older, and some players simply aren't as good. They haven't had on signings like they did last year.
They did last week and had a lot of success with it. I just think Pederson needs to be committed to calling them and doing so at the right time. It's also harder against zone teams.
This is a big story in Sunday's game. They need to play better than they have in recent weeks. They showed some positive signs last Monday outside of the 90-yard run. The key is not leaving gaps and tackling.
It sounds simple, but Elliott is a special runner.
I doubt it. I don't think the Eagles will invest the money in three WRs. They'd need to let Agholor go if they did that.
Patience and vision. That's where he impresses the most. He waits for the play to develop.
They do, but that's so far down the road right now when you consider the two games in front of them.
Wallace's foot has healed. He's just building strength back up now. No real update on Hollins.
Thank you for all the questions. Talk to you next week.