Identifying some (minor) nitpicks about the 10-1 Philadelphia Eagles

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The Eagles are tackling this top seed in the NFC. That comes with a first-round bye and home playoff games leading up to the Super Bowl.

Jalen Hurts was spectacular.

The running game behind an experienced offensive line was dominant.

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The defense comes up with turnovers in bunches.

It’s hard to find fault with a 10v1 team – but since Hurts, Coach Nick Sirianni and company are always talking about setting the standard and getting better – we don’t want to pick this team.

We’re not doing this to be mean – but to point out what might give us something to think about heading into the postseason.

The defense – although opportunistic – the running game could use some streamlining. The Eagles are in the bottom half of the NFL in terms of rushing yards per game. That could become a problem in the playoff period when rush is paramount.

Special teams were a problem. The Packers had three kickoff returns of 35 yards or more. Special teams coordinator Michael Clay called it “unacceptable.”

And health is always a concern with any team. The Birds were players along the defensive line. Dallas Goedert missed the time. And now, losing safety to CJ Gardner-Johnson — who leads the league with 6 interceptions — certainly won’t help.

All in all, I love the chances this team has. They believe in their head coach. They believe in their quarterback. And they make us believe in them.

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