Eagles’ PFF grades: Best and worst performers from win over Colts

Here are the Best and worst PFF grades from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 17-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11

The Eagles are set to begin preparation for a Week 12 matchup against the Packers after escaping Indianapolis with a 17-16 win over the Colts.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts once again made winning plays at critical junctions of the game. Philadelphia’s defense rebounded from their Monday night disaster to contain Jonathan Taylor and the Colts’ offense.

The Week 11 grades are out via PFF, and the top performer has been with the team just three days before such an efficient and physical performance.

Eagles’ PFF grades: Best and worst performers from 32-21 loss to the Commanders

Here are the Best and worst PFF grades from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 32-21 loss to the Washington Commanders on Monday Night Football

The Philadelphia Eagles suffered their first defeat this season on Monday night at the hands of the Washington Commanders.

Washington pulled off an 11-point win in Philadelphia, moving to 5-5 on the season behind a strong rushing performance from rookie running back Brian Robinson.

PFF has the grades, and we’ve listed the best and worst performers from Week 10.

Eagles’ PFF grades: Best and worst performers from 35-13 win over Steelers in Week 8

Here are the Best and worst PFF grades from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 35-13 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 8

The Eagles are now 7-0 and still the only undefeated team in the NFL after a 35-13 dismantling of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 8.

Jalen Hurts had four passing touchdowns of over 25-yards, and wide receiver A.J. Brown also logged three 25+ yard touchdowns.

With the team set for a short week against the Texans, we have the best and worst-graded performers via Pro Football Focus.

PFF grades: Eagles are best team overall, 4th best defense through 7 weeks

Looking at the overall team grades from Pro Football Focus, the Philadelphia Eagles are top five in both offense, and defense, as well as the top team overall

The Eagles maintained a stranglehold on the NFC East with a hard-fought 26-17 win over the Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field in Week 6.

A.J. Brown led Philadelphia with five catches for 67 yards and one touchdown in a highly intense contest against Dallas cornerback Trevon Diggs.

With the team about 32 hours away from returning to the NovaCare Complex, here are the PFF grades for all 32 teams, with the Birds as the highest-graded squad.

PFF grades: Where Eagles’ players rank in NFL at their position through Week 7

PFF grades: Brandon Graham, Darius Slay and Jalen Hurts are among the highest-graded players in football this season; find out where other Philadelphia Eagles rank in the NFL at their position thru Week 7

The Eagles maintained a stranglehold on the NFC East with a hard-fought 26-17 win over the Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field in Week 6.

A.J. Brown led Philadelphia with five catches for 67 yards and one touchdown in a highly intense contest against Dallas cornerback Trevon Diggs.

DeVonta Smith had five catches for 44 yards, while Dallas Goedert held two catches for 22 yards on five targets.

With the team on a much-needed bye, here’s where every Eagles player ranked in PFF grades through Week 7.

Eagles PFF grades: Best and worst through 5 games in 2022

Here are the Best and worst PFF grades from the Philadelphia Eagles over the first five games of the NFL season

The Eagles are 5-0 and preparing for a massive showdown against the Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts will look to vanquish Dallas for his first victory over Philadelphia’s most hated rivals. On defense, Jonathan Gannon and his retooled unit will look to pressure Cooper Rush while containing the Cowboys’ running game.

PFF has the grades for the first five weeks, and Brandon Graham is currently the highest-rated player on the Eagles roster, while Noah Togiai and Sua Opeta are the two lowest-graded players.

Eagles’ PFF grades: Best and worst from 29-21 win over Jaguars in Week 4

Here are the Best and worst PFF grades from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 29-21 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 4

The Eagles are heading west to Arizona 4-0 after a hard-fought 29-21 win over the Jaguars at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday afternoon.

With the rain and wind causing headaches for both offenses, Jalen Hurts overcame a slow start as he led Philadelphia to 29 straight points after hitting the gas early in the second quarter.

Miles Sanders ran for a career-best 134 yards while the Eagles defense forced five turnovers on the day while harassing Jacksonville star quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

Haason Reddick recorded two sacks on the day, and he’s the highest graded player in Week four per PFF.

Eagles’ PFF grades: Best and worst from 24-8 win over Washington in Week 3

Here are the Best and worst PFF grades from the Philadelphia Eagles’ dominant 24-8 win over the Washington Commanders in Week 3

The Eagles battered the Commanders on Sunday, sacking quarterback Carson Wentz nine times and delivering 17 quarterback hits in a 24-8 road win.

Jalen Hurts threw for three touchdowns, and DeVonta Smith logged a career-high 169 yards receiving on the afternoon.

With the attention now turning to Jacksonville, here are best and worst PFF grades for Week 3.

Eagles PFF grades: Best and worst from 24-7 win over Vikings in Week 2

Philadelphia Eagles PFF grades: Best and worst from 24-7 win over Minnesota Vikings in Week 2

The Philadelphia Eagles sit atop the NFC East after defeating the Minnesota Vikings 24-7 at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday night.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurt was a true dual-threat, completing 26 of 31 attempts for 333 passing yards while adding 55 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground.

Philadelphia’s defense harassed Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, finishing with less than 200 passing yards while throwing three interceptions.

Here are the best and worst graded players from PFF.

Do the Eagles have the NFL’s most complete offense in 2022?

Philadelphia has displayed a ton of balance over the first two weeks, and according to PFF, the Eagles have the NFL’s most complete offense entering Week 3.

Offensive balance is the key to success in the NFL, and through the first two weeks of the 2022 season, no team has been more efficient than the Eagles.

Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts has been accurate and timely with the football, while offensive coordinator Shane Steichen is dialing up the perfect blend of run-pass ratio to keep opposing defenses off-balance.

PFF recently looked at the dropback efficiency and designed run efficiency for all 32 NFL teams, and no organization is running as smoothly on the field as the Eagles.

Philadelphia is averaging 31 points per game and has scored eight touchdowns, with 52 first downs and an equal balance of passing and rushing first down conversions.

The Eagles have converted 56.67% of their third-down opportunities and 66.67% of fourth-down chances.

No offense is perfect, but if Philadelphia can continue this usage rate, they’ll be a strong contender for the top seed in the NFC.

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