All the chips are in.

The Philadelphia Eagles are betting on this season to win a Super Bowl, and part of that deal is bringing in veteran defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. But at 35 years old, it is unknown what Suh can realistically bring to Philadelphia.

On Thursday, Eagles veteran Darius Slay explained that Suh brings a level of leadership that will make a difference in the group. Suh also brings Super Bowl experience.

He won a Super Bowl with Tampa Bay, but he’s been waiting for the right opportunity this season. Suh is ring-chasing, and he knows Philadelphia is his best bet.

Philadelphia is the third-best team in the league in terms of yards allowed per game (302.4). But they sit 20th in the league with 124.8 yards allowed on the ground per game. The passing game, however, has been difficult to crack. The Eagles give up 177.7 yards per game through the air, the second-best mark of any team in the league.

Suh will make a difference in all of those aspects. He’s a provocateur, who has picked up a nasty reputation. But that isn’t who he is. More than anything else, he’s a difference-maker.

Suh, a five-time Pro Bowler, and three-time All-Pro totaled six sacks, seven tackles for loss, 13 quarterback hits, and 27 combined tackles in 17 games with the Bucs last season. He is solid against the run.

For his career, Suh has totaled 70.5 sacks and 590 tackles over 191 career games. He was the 2010 Defensive Rookie of the Year as well as a member of the Hall of Fame All-2010s Team. He can be solid against the pass too.

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