Mike Sielski is a sports columnist for the Inquirer and Daily News. The Associated Press Sports Editors named him the top sports columnist in America in 2015. The author of two books, he lives in Bucks County with his wife and two sons.

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For some insight into the Eagles’ quarterback situation, go back to the greatest QB controversy of all | Mike Sielski

Carson Wentz-Nick Foles has been nothing compared to what the 49ers faced with Joe Montana and Steve Young.

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There was a lesson in the Eagles' hiring of Doug Pederson as head coach. Are other teams learning it? | Mike Sielski

Jeffrey Lurie praised Doug Pederson's "emotional intelligence" when the Eagles' coach was hired in 2016. That trait has repeatedly proved its value.

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As Eagles’ Jason Kelce considers retirement, he faces a hard fact: Forever ends fast in the NFL | Mike Sielski

Jason Kelce thought about retiring two years ago, when he was 29. And last year, when he was 30. And he will think about it again this offseason, now that he is 31.

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Despite the loss to the Saints, give this Eagles team credit: Everyone gave everything | Mike Sielski

No, there was no championship, just a club that exhausted itself in the pursuit.

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The story of Eagles defensive tackle Treyvon Hester and the fingertips heard 'round the world | Mike Sielski

From a trying freshman year of college to a moment of glory tipping Cody Parkey’s kick, Hester is just happy to help the Eagles. “I owe them everything,” he says.

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Carson Wentz or Nick Foles? Stop. Let’s first appreciate how the Eagles created this happy problem | Mike Sielski

There are two primary ways to acquire a franchise quarterback. The Eagles used both very well.

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The Eagles keep winning without him, so what is Carson Wentz really thinking these days? | Mike Sielski

The quarterback is again watching his team win big games with Nick Foles, and without him.

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The Eagles are embracing their underdog status again, and that makes them dangerous | Mike Sielski

“We feel like it’s us versus everybody,” defensive tackle Tim Jernigan said, and they showed that edge in their victory over the Bears.

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Eagles’ win over Bears shows Super Bowl champions' toughness | Mike Sielski

Their 16-15 victory over the Bears showed once again the quality that defines the defending Super Bowl champs.

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The Eagles weren’t great this season, but they can still prove to be good enough | Mike Sielski

They took a bumpy road to their wild-card game Sunday against the Bears. That doesn’t mean the ride can’t continue.