The Philadelphia Eagles finished the 2022 regular season with the NFL’s best overall record.
At 14-3, they broke the team’s record of 13 wins in a season, and are now in the Super Bowl due to their season-long efforts.
For many Eagles fans, it is a fantastic achievement for the team to make it to the Super Bowl, regardless of the result.
For one NFL analyst, however, this game means a whole lot more.
"If the Eagles don't become a dynasty it's a disappointment." —@danorlovsky7 👀 pic.twitter.com/Uii9YUVxs2
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) February 10, 2023
Dan Orlovsky is a former NFL quarterback who spent 12 seasons in the league.
He only started in 12 career games but has since become one of the NFL’s leading and most respected analysts.
In his mind, the Eagles are a budding dynasty, especially if they can win on Sunday.
Jalen Hurts has seen a meteoric rise in his quarterback play and looks to be the Eagles’ franchise leader for the foreseeable future.
Many are calling the Eagles one of the greatest teams of all time, which is driven by their offensive and defensive lines, along with a fantastic coaching staff.
The NFC is the weaker of the two conferences, given the elite level of quarterback play that currently exists in the AFC.
Barring a major change, Hurts should have a Tom Brady-like opportunity to continuously appear in the NFC title game.
If the Eagles end up winning Sunday’s Super Bowl, will they be able to start and maintain a dynasty?
That is a word that has previously been used for the New England Patriots and the Chicago Bulls during the Michael Jordan era.
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