Damn, I hadn't heard about that but it makes a lot of sense. Hopefully Nagy starts to look for more of a balance between the run and the pass instead of focusing so much on moving the ball through the air. I think David Montgomery has a lot more in him than they're giving him credit for. I'll be honest, Foles was not one of my first choices at quarterback for them to pickup. I was rooting for Carr (If LVR released him), Andy Dalton (good ol' Red Rocket), and then Foles. However after they did make the trade and I looked into their reasoning as to why the chose him, I'm a lot more comfortable and optimistic about it. Also intrigued to see how Mooney and Ted Ginn Jr. do. I really liked Gabriel but both of them easily rival his speed.From what I’ve heard, the OL coaches they got rid of were more of a problem than the players. The system they were trying to use was overly complicated and difficult for the players to pick up. Just based on that, the offense should be marginally better. And if the offense can improve to just “not too shitty” they can definitely make the playoffs. And, if the defense stays even a tiny bit healthier than last year they should be better than ‘18 which is insane to say
St Nick is arguably the best QB who played for the Eagles in the last decade.I'm not as big of a Bears fan as I used to be but over the past couple seasons I've been paying a bit more attention.
I'm interested to see how the Foles trade pans out for them. Their defense 'should' surely be top 3 in the league with the additions of Robert Quinn, Jaylon Johnson, and Tashaun Gipson. Definitely filled some shortcomings on the defense. However their O-line still concerns me and the amount of attention they've paid to the TE spot bugs me. I know he's not a perfect fit for Nagy's offense but I'm hoping they figure out a way to pick up Warford after he was released by the Saints.