The defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles are respected all around the NFL, and the reigning champions have dethroned the Dallas Cowboys as the best up front.

Pro Football Focus ranked the Eagles’ offensive line No. 1 in the entire league heading into this season, citing the fact that it has the “fewest holes.”

Left guard Stefen Wisniewski is essentially the weakest link on the team, and he’s the 26th ranked player in the league at his position.
There is a little projection here as we’re assuming nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters will return to form after tearing his ACL and MCL in October of last year. At age 36, Peters is no shoe-in to do so. If he does though, the Eagles bring back the league’s best tackle tandem along with a top-five center in Jason Kelce and top-10 guard in Brandon Brooks.

Projected starting lineup:
Left Tackle: Jason Peters, 86.4 overall grade
Left Guard: Stefen Wisniewski, 74.8
Center: Jason Kelce, 91.3
Right Guard: Brandon Brooks, 88.3
Right Tackle: Lane Johnson, 86.2

2017 season-end rank: 1st (no change)
The Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Tennessee Titans rounded out the top 5.


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