The Philadelphia Eagles could shock the rest of the league next season.
General manager Howie Roseman did a masterful job in retaining their key players, trading for top talent, and drafting potential game-changing prospects.
Likewise, he gave the team flexibility by getting an additional first-rounder in the 2023 draft.
Their defense got better after signing linebacker Haason Reddick, who had 11 sacks last season.
They also added Pro Bowl cornerback James Bradberry to bolster their pass defense.
He and Darius Slay could arguably be one of the top cornerback duos in the league.
Aside from those veterans, they also drafted Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean who were a part of that elite defensive unit for the Georgia Bulldogs.
But that’s just one-half of their masterful transformation as the Eagles retained offensive lineman Jordan Mailata.
The Eagles also traded for wideout A.J. Brown, who completes a formidable receiving corps for the NFC East squad.
His addition has running back Miles Sanders feeling confident of their chances in 2022, as shared by CBS Sports’ Cody Benjamin.
Asked #Eagles RB Miles Sanders how A.J. Brown's addition has changed the mentality for 2022.
Sanders: "Oh man. We all feel like we're on an all-star team … We feel unstoppable, I'm not gonna lie. The vibes are great."
— Cody Benjamin (@CodyJBenjamin) June 28, 2022
Benjamin tweeted, “Asked #Eagles RB Miles Sanders how A.J. Brown’s addition has changed the mentality for 2022. Sanders: ‘Oh man. We all feel like we’re on an all-star team … We feel unstoppable, I’m not gonna lie. The vibes are great.'”
A Scary Predicament For Eagles Opponents
But the Eagles can also hurt their opponents through the air.
Brown finished with 869 yards and five touchdowns for the Tennessee Titans last season.
There’s also DeVonta Smith, who had 916 yards and five touchdowns in his rookie year.
Quez Watkins is also poised to have a breakout season after having 647 yards last year.
Opposing defenses might have a hard time fielding enough personnel to cover these receivers.
Somewhere along the way, one of them is bound to get open for a big gain.
If everything goes well, the Eagles have the capability to dominate the opposition on the scoreboard.