Todd Herremans Is the Philadelphia Eagles' Most Underrated Player

Darren GrossmanCorrespondent IOctober 23, 2011

As an Eagles fan, I love Todd Herremans.  He has to be the most underrated player on the team, and perhaps in the entire NFL

The guy can play every offensive line position and has for the Eagles, except center.  He also plays them all extremely well. They asked him to move to right tackle this year, and he did a great job.  He can play both guard positions.

Even better he plays at a high level.  Herremans is an elite lineman.  This guy should be a pro bowler.  He has to be the best player no one knows about.  A great run blocker, he is also excellent against the pass.  He is having a solid season as well playing both tackle spots and a little bit of guard.

After the bye, Jason Peters should be back and Winston Justice should be healthy, so where do you play Herremans?  My guess is they move him back to guard.  It really won't matter because he plays great wherever the Eagles put him. 

What an asset it is to have a guy like him.  During the bye week, I just wanted to write a brief article on how impressed I have been all season long and pretty much all of last year with Herremans.  He may never make the Pro Bowl, but he is one of the best linemen in the league.  I don't care that there are bigger names; I challenge anyone to find a better, more versatile lineman.

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