Overall, Dunlap allowed four sacks, two hits and 10 pressures in 242 pass blocks in 2010, good enough for a pass blocking efficiency of 94.6. He only started a couple of games this past season–just once at tackle. Again he did a solid job, allowing just a single pressure against the Bills in 45 snaps. Dunlap even filled in at guard against Arizona and did an admirable job against one of the league’s most dangerous 3-4 pass rushers in Calais Campbell. He allowed just two pressures in that game; only one to Campbell. All of this may well be irrelevant if the Eagles sign Marcus McNeill or Demetrius Bell, but it may also be that they won’t be better off, what with the inconsistencies and injury concerns of those potential additions. Its always difficult projecting how a guy will play when given a full time starter’s role, but Dunlap has done enough to suggest he’d at least be adequate. There’ve been some poor games and some good ones, but that’s about what you’d expect from a young player who wasn’t very highly regarded coming out of college. Now entering his fourth year, he may surprise some Eagles fans, even if he doesn’t make them forget Jason Peters.