Philadelphia Eagles Mock Draft Roundup 3.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2024 NFL Draft, we will update our Philadelphia Eagles Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Philadelphia Eagles from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Philadelphia Eagles:

ESPN - Mel Kiper (2/28)

22. Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

This week is huge for Latu, who medically retired from football due to a neck injury when he was at Washington in 2021. Will NFL teams be satisfied with his medical reports? It's not exactly unheard of -- Jaelan Phillips, a Round 1 pick in 2021, medically retired when he was at UCLA before transferring to Miami -- but it's why these pre-combine mock drafts are tough. Because for everything Latu did on the field for the Bruins -- he had 112 pressures and 23.5 sacks the past two seasons -- it won't matter if teams flag his medicals and take him off their board. Based on what I saw on tape from 2022 on, however, Latu is a first-rounder.

As for the Eagles, you watched the end of their season, right? Their pass rush really struggled. They got just one sack and 10 total tackles from 2023 first-round pick Nolan Smith. I still believe in Smith's talent, and adding Latu would give their front seven another toolsy edge rusher.

The Athletic - CFB Writers (2/27)

22. Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

It's time to start seriously thinking about the future of the Philadelphia secondary. Darius Slay (33) and James Bradberry (30) won't be around forever. New coordinator Vic Fangio will be overhauling this defense, and adding McKinstry, who was part of one of college football's best cornerback duos last fall with Terrion Arnold, is a strong starting point. McKinstry also returned punts at Alabama. — Snyder

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2023 NFL Power Rankings: Philadelphia Eagles

Throughout the 2023 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Below you will find a Week 18 roundup for the Philadelphia Eagles in our consensus 2023 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 8

Biggest offseason contract to watch: WR DeVonta Smith

The 2021 Heisman Trophy winner is entering the final year of his rookie contract and will be eligible for a new deal when the 2023 season comes to a close. The Eagles are usually proactive in extending core players early, knowing the price to retain them will only go up. That would mean Philly would have two well-paid receivers on the roster, with A.J. Brown entering the second year of his four-year, $100 million deal. The skill position contracts are getting pricey, but Smith is an ascending player the Eagles will likely want to keep around for a long time. -- Tim McManus -- Rank: 9

After beating the Bills in overtime in Week 12, the Eagles stood at 10-1. They had the slight MVP favorite in Jalen Hurts. Their offense and defense had ranked among the top 10 in the NFL at various points in the season. And then? December brought an abject collapse, including one tighter-than-it-should've-been win over the Giants and four losses. The Eagles failed to surpass 19 points scored in three of those defeats. They've allowed 51 points in 60 second-half minutes at home vs. the Giants and Cardinals over the past two weeks. It was utterly bizarre that every time I tuned in to Sunday's loss to Arizona, the Cardinals had the ball. Philly has now coughed up control of the NFC East and must face the reality of having to play on the road in the playoffs, barring something wacky happening in Week 18. Are the Eagles cooked? I won't completely bail, but they're very much on double-secret probation and might be irreparable. This isn't exactly Constantinople falling, but it's shocking, nonetheless.

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2023 NFL Predictions: NFC East

Updated: Thursday, September 7th

Before the start of the season, I will post my NFL division-by-division predictions for the 2023 NFL regular season and postseason.

Instead of projecting an outright winner and loser in all 272 regular-season games, I've assigned a win probability to each team in every game and totalled them up.

With that said, here are our early NFC East projections for each team including their win total.

1. Philadelphia Eagles - Projected Wins: 10.71

Philadelphia's offense was nearly unstoppable in 2022. Jalen Hurts is an elite dual-threat talent, and he set career bests as a passer in completion percentage (66.5%), passing yards (3,701, 8.0 Y/A), touchdowns (22, 4.8%), and passer rating (101.5). For the second season in a row, he rushed for more 760-plus yards and double-digit touchdowns. Things were too easy at times, as Hurts threw only 60 (13%) of 460 pass attempts in the fourth quarter.

A.J. Brown had a career season (88/1,496/11), DeVonta Smith was even better in year two (95/1,196/7) and Dallas Goedert set career highs receptions (4.6) and yards (58.5) per game.

Although they lost Javon Hargrave, Marcus Epps and Chauncey Gardner-Johnson in free agency, they still have a loaded defense. The Eagles had a nearly perfect draft, based on consensus NFL draft grades. The Eagles continue to load up on Georgia defenders, by taking Jalen Carter and Nolan Smith in the first round (and Kelee Ringo in the fourth round) in 2023.

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2023 Fantasy Football Projections: Philadelphia Eagles

Our Fantasy Football Projections will be viewable by both position and team.

Below you will find our 2023 fantasy football projections for the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Jalen Hurts495.2321.93837.822.787.43148.1725.79.26357.9
Marcus Mariota34.421.5252.81.510.8912.160.50.4823.3

Jalen Hurts: Hurts set career bests in passing — 66.5% completion, 8.0 Y/A, 4.8 TD%, 1.2 INT%, and 101.5 passer rating — in 2022. Despite his improvement as a passer, aided by the trade for A.J. Brown last offseason, it's especially the rushing production that makes him an elite fantasy quarterback. Over the past two seasons (30 games), the former Oklahoma (and Alabama) quarterback has rushed 304 times for 1,544 yards and 23 touchdowns. That's an equivalent to 9.75 fantasy points per game (from his rushing stats alone).

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Philadelphia Eagles: 2023 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2023.

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Week 1Sun., Sep. 10at New England PatriotsW 25-20
Week 2Thu., Sep. 14vs. Minnesota VikingsW 34-28
Week 3Mon., Sep. 25at Tampa Bay BuccaneersW 25-11
Week 4Sun., Oct. 1vs. Washington CommandersW 34-31 (OT)
Week 5Sun., Oct. 8at Los Angeles RamsW 23-14
Week 6Sun., Oct. 15at New York JetsL 20-14
Week 7Sun., Oct. 22vs. Miami DolphinsW 31-17
Week 8Sun., Oct. 29at Washington CommandersW 38-31
Week 9Sun., Nov. 5vs. Dallas CowboysW 28-23
Week 10BYE
Week 11Mon., Nov. 20at Kansas City ChiefsW 21-17
Week 12Sun., Nov. 26vs. Buffalo BillsW 37-34 (OT)
Week 13Sun., Dec. 3vs. San Francisco 49ersL 42-19
Week 14Sun., Dec. 10at Dallas CowboysL 33-13
Week 15Mon., Dec. 18at Seattle SeahawksL 20-17
Week 16Mon., Dec. 25vs. New York GiantsW 33-25
Week 17Sun., Dec. 31vs. Arizona CardinalsL 35-31
Week 18Sun., Jan. 7at New York GiantsL 27-10

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Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule (SOS)

How easy or difficult is the fantasy football schedule for Philadelphia Eagles players?

Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule by position:

Philadelphia Eagles - 2024 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2024 NFL Draft picks selected by the Philadelphia Eagles.

122Quinyon MitchellCBToledo
240Cooper DeJeanCBIowa
394Jalyx HuntEDGEHouston Christian
4127Will ShipleyRBClemson
5152Ainias SmithWRTexas A&M
5155Jeremiah Trotter Jr.LBClemson
5172Trevor KeeganGMichigan
6185Johnny WilsonWRFlorida State
6190Dylan McMahonCNorth Carolina State

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