By Max Zelenko on August 17, 2014
The NFL regular season is less than three weeks away. Here are five Philadelphia Eagles who have impressed to this point during the preseason.
The only reason Matthews is not higher on this list is because he had a tough first preseason game. However, he has been dominant throughout camp, and that carried over to Philadelphia’s second preseason game.
Not only did Williams have an interception return for a touchdown against Tom Brady, he has also developed into a leader of the defense.
With a lot of attention surrounding Zach Ertz, Celek has quietly had an excellent camp and preseason thus far.
He is quickly becoming the defense’s most valuable player.
He has been the darling of the Eagles’ camp thus far, and has also eased fans minds just in case Foles were to go down with an injury.
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