Patrick McDermott/Getty Images
Offensive MVP: LeSean McCoy
DeSean Jackson is inconsistent. Mike Vick is either struggling or injured. The "Dream Team" Eagles are 4-6. However, running back LeSean McCoy is playing the best football of his career.
McCoy has already rushed for over 1,000 yards on less than 200 carries, and he has scored 12 total touchdowns this year, making him the Eagles' most dangerous player on a weekly basis. Jeremy Maclin is putting together a pretty good season and Jason Peters is a top-10 left tackle, but neither of them is exhibiting the kind of dominance McCoy is.
Although it looks too late to salvage Philadelphia's season, McCoy is showing that he can be a staple of the Eagles' offense for years to come if he keeps up this kind of production.
Defensive MVP: Jason Babin
Jason Babin is 31 years old with one good season under his belt. He was a free agent this offseason and despite recording 12.5 sacks in 2010, no team wanted to take a chance with him except the Philadelphia Eagles.
Now, they look like geniuses.
Babin already has 10.0 sacks this season and sealed a Philadelphia win last week over the Giants with a last-minute forced fumble of Eli Manning. He is playing his heart out and is on pace for over 15 sacks this year.
The additions of Nnamdi Asomugha, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Cullen Jenkins and Babin were supposed to make the Eagles' defense one of the best in the league, but it has been a disappointment except for Babin, who is playing the best football of his career.
Though he is over 30, Babin is playing with intensity and shows no signs of slowing down. He could be a valuable member of Philadelphia's defense for the next few seasons.