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We knew coming into to Sunday's contest that the Eagles offensive line would be a work in progress.
Jason Peters in the only returning starter at his same position from 2010.
Jason Kelce is a rookie at center and is playing next to two new additions in left guard Evan Mathis and right guard Kyle Van.
Todd Herremans was moved from left guard to right tackle.
New offensive line coach Howard Mudd is running a completely different blocking scheme than Eagles are used to from what Juan Castillo utilized. The Eagles line is a lot smaller and a lot more athletic than in seasons past.
The line was up and down early but seemed to settle down as the game went on. The Eagles did give up three sacks but only one to a defensive lineman, Chris Long. The line also was effective in the running game, allowing the Eagles to run for 237 yards including 122 by LeSean McCoy.
This is a group that is going to have it's share of ups and downs this seasons, but as they continue to gel as a unit they have a chance to be really special by December.