For Doug Pederson, time kept on slippin slippin slippin into the future. A future that no longer includes being the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. It was a tumultuous ending for Pederson as the Eagles finished the season 4-11-1 in the historically bad NFC East. Not to mention the smelly cherry on top of this awful season...the pulling of starting quarterback, Jalen Hurts, in the final fifteen minutes of the season with a playoff spot on the line for the opposing team. He lost the locker room and there was no coming back. With Pederson gone, the Eagles have a plethora of talent to attract top tier talent. Two intriguing quarterbacks in Carson Wentz and Jalen Hurts. Top five running back in yards per carry, Miles Sanders. 2020 first-round pick Jalen Reagor at wide receiver. Finally, emerging star tight end Dallas Goedert will look to officially take the reins from Zach Ertz, who will most likely find a new team this offseason. Let’s dive into how each of them performed with Pederson at the helm. And whether or not you should expect these Eagles to soar or come crashing down now that he’s gone.
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