I just finished reading through Reuben Frank's 25 random points about the Eagles. It's a good read, but I'd like to focus on his second point:
2) Somebody is going to have to convince me that the Eagles’ best offensive line isn’t (left to right): Jason Peters Evan Mathis -> Jamaal Jackson -> Danny Watkins -> Todd Herremans.
The Peters-Herremans duo on that left side is an absolute force, but at the same time, I'm terrified of the Eagles' current uncertainty at RT. Ryan Harris is hurt (which is no different than his history in Denver). Winston Justice is on the PUP list, and we all remember his struggles down the stretch last season. King Dunlap, while better than we all thought, is still King Dunlap. Evan Mathis can play some RT, but I'm not exactly thrilled about the prospect of a guy that has been an Eagle for less than a month (and is better suited to play guard) protecting Michael Vick's blindside next to a rookie. And then, the Eagles go out and sign Reggie Wells? Huh? What's going on here?
Ignoring the side debate of "Jackson vs Kelce," is Frank right about moving Herremans to the right side? Would you sacrifice the Eagles' elite left side of the line for some more peace of mind at right tackle?