October 11, 2023   3 MIN READ

‘Poetry In Motion’

ITB: Eagles O-Line Dominance Continues


Reinforcements are on the way for an already strong and undefeated Philadelphia Eagles team.

On the latest episode of “Inside The Birds,” Adam Caplan and Geoff Mosher discussed the latest transactional news and offered further insight into the Week 5 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.

Eagles O-Line

The Philadelphia Eagles offensive line is a major key to the team’s undefeated record

Nakobe Dean

Adam Caplan: “The league decided this year that if a player practices and is on a reserve list, they have to list what he did, full or limited, and they also have to give a game status designation for Sunday.”

Braden Mann

Geoff Mosher: “Mann is out of his practice squad elevations. If the Eagles want him, they have to sign him to the 53-man roster. The one thing I don’t they will have to do is make a corresponding move because when they put Cam Jurgens on IR on Saturday, they didn’t make a corresponding move. They have an open slot on the 53-man roster.”

Nic Morrow

Mosher: “It is safe to say that even if Nakobe Dean is going to be playing, Nic Morrow is going to stay on the 53.”

Caplan: “Morrow has been so good. The question will be when Dean is ready, are they going to have a rotation, will Morrow keep it, will they stick Dean back in and have Morrow backup? We don’t know yet. They first have to see how Dean looks physically, how he moves. This is his first significant injury since he has been here.”

Offensive Line

Mosher: “There were times it was very rhythmic, very procedural. It had to be the result of a lot of work throughout the week and a lot of game planning from Jeff Stoutland. A lot of teams can’t execute as well as the Eagles did. It was almost poetry in motion at times in their blocking scheme.”

Bradley Roby

Caplan: “I did not see Roby playing the most nickel snaps. He ended up playing 45% of the defensive snaps, 25 snaps overall, and it was all in the nickel. The way the Rams use their receivers, (Cooper) Kupp and (Puka) Nacua are reduced outside receivers. They are technically outside, but they are inside a lot. That is why sometimes you would see the Eagles would have two corners inside. He knew what he was doing.”

– Benjamin Paul is a staff writer for InsideTheBirds.com.

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