The Philadelphia Eagles are the most complete team in football. Yep, that is right. You heard it here first.
I’m sure that isn’t a hot take, though, as nearly everyone is probably put on by now that the Eagles are a legit Super Bowl contender, let alone a contender to win their division and the NFC.
They have it all. The defense is a top-five defense in the league. The special teams have been great, and the offense is elite.
But there is one particular thing that makes the offense so good.
Yes, you guessed it, the offensive line is the biggest factor when it comes to the Eagles’ offense is so good. They have the best offensive line in the league, and that isn’t me just saying that, as most people believe that statement is true.
But one player on the offensive line that is an All-Pro has a streak on the line as the Eagles look to face the Washington Commanders on Monday Night Football.
Jason Kelce has not given up a sack in 607 consecutive pass-blocking snaps 🦇 pic.twitter.com/Dzxo1UOin0— PFF (@PFF) November 5, 2022
Jason Kelce has a streak of 607 consecutive pass-blocking snaps without giving up a sack, which is very, very impressive to say the least.
On Monday, that streak has a risk of either ending or extending. It could end because the Commanders have one of the best pass rushes in the league. They have the 11th most sacks in the league with 23.
It could extend because the last time these two teams played each other, which was Week 3, Kelce didn’t give up a sack.
Kelce is one of, if not the best centers in the league. I think this stat only helps prove that.
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