So says Pro Football Focus:
This looks back at the 2017 season only, this doesn’t factor in any moves made towards the 2018 season, and factors in a wide variety of context in addition to those grades:
Total pressures surrendered: 154
Best player: Jason Kelce
Combinations used: 28
“Games are won in the trenches” – a phrase considered to be cliché by many. However, the 2017 Eagles once again proved this theory accurate.
Philly fielded the best offensive line in the NFL and it was a large reason why the Eagles hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in franchise history. The Eagles finished the regular season with the eighth-highest pass-blocking efficiency rating (80.9) and were led by right guard Brandon Brooks in pass-blocking as he did not allow a single sack all season.
Philly’s run-blocking was anchored by center Jason Kelce, who had a career year and finished the season as the highest-graded center in the NFL. The Eagles running game relied on traps more than any other team in the NFL while they also averaged a whopping 6.87 yards on these runs: