Ryan Kerrigan among 5 most disappointing Eagles in 3 games
The Eagles (1-2) are looking for an identity on both sides of the ball and will need to find synergy over the next three weeks with clashes against the Chiefs, Panthers and Buccaneers.
Philadelphia didn’t start the season with huge expectations, but after several low-key free agent signings, the Eagles were expected to claim a spot in the NFC playoffs.
After three weeks, the Birds had some disappointing moments on both sides of the ball, and we highlighted the five most disappointing Eagles in 3 games.
Barnett leads all of the Eagles’ edge rushers in played snaps, and all he has to show for that are penalties, emotional outbursts, and a lack of sacks.
Sanders shouldn’t be on the list, but a running back with his talents should be listed along with Derrick Henry and Alvin Kamara as the league’s best in this position.
In Philadelphia, Sanders failed to record a 1,000-yard season in his first two years in the league.
Wilson’s playing time has been decreasing every week. and through three games, he’s one of Pro Football Focus’s lowest-rated linebackers.
Wilson struggled to cover passes while maintaining his penchant for missed tackles.
A star in Clemson, there was excitement galore surrounding the franchise when Wallace was available on Day 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Wallace didn’t live up to the hype and he turned out to be injury prone.