Philadelphia Eagles: Handing out Regular Season Grades for Key Offensive Players

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Philadelphia Eagles: Handing out Regular Season Grades for Key Offensive Players
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The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2013 was nothing short of magical. Fresh off a 4-12 record, Chip Kelly implemented a new coaching staff, new defensive scheme and entirely new fitness regime for his players.

The result was a 10-6 mark and the NFC East division title, with Kelly becoming just the second coach in NFL history to win a division title in his first season on an NFL staff. The Eagles rebounded from a 3-5 record at midseason, capturing seven wins in their final eight games, including a nail-biting 24-22 victory over the Dallas Cowboys to earn a home playoff game.

Philadelphia wouldn’t have won the division without contributions from a slew of great players. Nick Foles came out of nowhere to put up a historic season from the quarterback position. The offensive line gelled and opened up holes for LeSean McCoy. And the defense looked better every week. As the team prepares to host a playoff game on Sunday, here are regular season grades for the offensive players.

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