When it comes to the receivers, at least, the Eagles certainly appear to have done everything they could to help Carson Wentz.
The line has had minimal time to develop chemistry this preseason. Can it play up to its billing?
Can a young quarterback become elite without a true No. 1 receiver to throw to? Opinions vary, but the gist seems to be that he needs someone he can bond with, who has enough talent to succeed in the clutch.
The team went light along the offensive line for a change.
A committee of backs carrying the ball is the most likely scenario.
Lane Johnson and Zach Ertz have been on the edge of Pro Bowl status for a few years, and this might their year.
Eagles predicted final record: 8-8.
Eagles predicted final record: 10-6
When owner Jeffrey Lurie asked Howie Roseman whom Carson Wentz reminded him of, he said tight end Brent Celek.
Carson Wentz doesn't have the others' track record, but he projects as possibly the best of the NFC quarterbacks.
Les Bowen gives his predictions for the 2017 season.
Staff writer Paul Domowitch makes a bunch of predictions and projections.
Before committing to Carson Wentz, the Eagles were ready to believe in the magic of 27-2. How different things might have been.
The writers take a generally optimistic view.