With the 2019 regular-season now completed and the postseason right around the corner, Pro Football Focus took the time to pick their All-Pro roster. This season, their site picked two Eagles as among the best at their positions -- Jason Kelce and Brandon Brooks.
Here's what they had to say about Kelce's season:
"In what may not have been the best year we have ever seen for centers, Philadelphia’s Jason Kelce was once again the best on display for most of the season. Kelce is one of the most athletic and mobile run-blocking centers in the NFL, and he comfortably owns the best PFF run-blocking grade at the position (82.4). He has allowed more pressure than is ideal this season (two sacks and 34 total pressures), but in a down season at the position, this is still enough to get the nod as our All-Pro."
Here's what they had to say about Brooks' 2019:
"A perennial top-five player at the position, Brandon Brooks put together a career year in 2019 for the Eagles, posting the best grade we have seen from him and his first season grade above 90.0. Brooks allowed just one sack and 19 total pressures across more than a thousand snaps for the Eagles and was a dominant force as a run blocker. Brooks has always been an underrated player, but this year he earned his spot on PFF’s All-Pro team."
To go along with that praise, Brooks was also the highest graded offensive lineman in the NFL regardless of position, finishing with a grade of 92.9.
Of course, with two offensive linemen picked to this roster, it makes sense that the Eagles offensive line as a whole was ranked as the best in the NFL by PFF. Brooks' postseason is over due to his shoulder injury, but Kelce will take the field on Sunday and will try to prove just why PFF thinks so highly of him.