By Jerry Wein
The Eagles started three young offensive linemen alongside Jason Kelce and Lane Johnson, with that number rising to four if you count Jack Driscoll’s snaps at right tackle.
Throw in Luke Juriga and Prince Tega Wanogho and you have potentially five talented and affordable young offensive linemen to build around quarterback Carson Wentz.
Jordan Mailata, Nate Herbig, Matt Pryor and Jack Driscoll have been thrust into prominent roles with the loss of left tackle Andre Dillard and right guard Brandon Brooks.
.@eagles and how life and schemes and game plans change in the last 6 weeks. Gotta coach and gotta play time strengths to find and stack wins. Life of a coach #FlyEaglesFly #BaldysBreakdowns pic.twitter.com/swn9hyHm59
— Brian Baldinger (@BaldyNFL) October 7, 2020