The Philadelphia Eagles shocked the world last season, as they beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl with Nick Foles at quarterback. Starting quarterback Carson Wentz tore up his knee in Week 13 against the Rams, and many people wrote off the Eagles after that. However, Foles found some magic during the playoffs, leading the Eagles to the first Super Bowl victory in the franchise’s history.
As they look towards next season, they do have a lot of work to do on the offensive line. They have already bolstered the defensive side of the ball this offseason, but the injury to Jason Peters was a scary one as well last season. This team needs to bring in some depth at the tackle positions, and Kolton Miller from UCLA would be a nice find at the bottom of the first round.
Miller spent his college days protecting Josh Rosen’s blindside, and was one of the few bright spots on a pretty bad Bruins offense. At the next level, Miller could make the move to the right side, though eventually he could move back to the left side. The Eagles have to be better up front on offense, and Miller can help provide depth, even if Peters does come back healthy in 2018.