Week 11 PFF Grades
First off, I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. As we approach the final quarter of the season, we can see the end is almost here. But let us not get too far ahead of ourselves as we look back to Week 11 for the Eagles we should be thankful for, and the ones who need to give a little bit more.
Best Grade: TE Richard Rodgers, 92.8
With questions around Zach Ertz's future with the team, Richard Rodgers might very well find a place as TE2 next year. He has been one of Carson Wentz's most reliable targets Wentz has a 133.2 passer rating when targeting Rodgers, and Rodgers also has zero drops on the year.
Worst Grade: WR Alshon Jeffery, 35.6
Alshon Jeffery is taking up space, not just on the roster but on the field. He's been on the field for 23 snaps and has no receptions. That should speak for itself.
Best Grade: CB Darius Slay, 76.8
Darius Slay and Brandon Graham are the shortlist for Eagles DPOY, simply because they are the only two consistently good players on the Eagles' defense. It feels good to finally have a legitimate lockdown corner.
Worst Grade: LB Davion Taylor, 25.1
A linebacker worse than Nathan Gerry? Yes, Davion Taylor has the lowest single week grade given to an Eagles defender; this passes LB Shaun Bradley's 27.3 from Week 4.
Carson Wentz (77.6) was the third-highest graded offensive player. Not a bad grade either, which suggests factors other than QB play are coming to blame.
The Eagles (85.2) are the best pass rush team after 11 weeks.
Against the Browns, the Eagles posted their worst tackling grade (30.9) of the year.