Jimmy Kempski: ‘This Defense is Not Going Away’
At 3-3, the Eagles would seem to be an average football team
They have addressed some issues, namely offensive line chemistry and the struggles of the running game.
What unit they haven't really needed to address, however, is the defense.
The defense has played extremely well this entire season and has been the most consistent part of this Eagles team.
Aside from a hiccup against the Washington Redskins in the final two minutes of that game, the defense has been the best part of this team through the first six games of the season.
"The defense is not going away, they're talented, " Philly Voice writer Jimmy Kempski said on The Sports Bash on Thursday afternoon.
The front seven has been one of the better units in football the past few seasons, Fletcher Cox and Bennie Logan are Pro Bowl worthy.
The offense is another story.
Sam Bradford has not lived up to the bill of goods he was sold to us from Chip Kelly and other Eagles players.
Kempski goes into detail on the future of Bradford and if he would look to Mark Sanchez to come into relief if the poor play continues.
The Eagles hit the bye week after their Sunday night game at Carolina and if he keeps playing the way he does, you would have to think about replacing him.