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Philadelphia Eagles Howie Roseman and Joe Douglas approval polls: November 2017

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Now that the Philadelphia Eagles’ bye week is here, it’s time for our monthly approval polls. We’ll kick this series off with two of the team’s biggest decision makers: Howie Roseman and Joe Douglas.

The last time we checked in on Roseman’s approval was back in October when the Eagles were 3-1. He finished with an 88% approval rating in that poll.

Now that the Eagles are 8-1, I expect Roseman’s approval to be much higher. I mean, at this point, even the biggest skeptics have to admit he’s done a great job.

Roseman’s biggest, most important move was acquiring Carson Wentz. That trade was either going to make or break his career. With Wentz looking like an MVP favorite in his second year, I’d say Roseman nailed that one.

A lot of the Eagles’ personnel moves from this offseason have worked out nicely. Alshon Jeffery isn’t producing elite numbers but he’s been an important addition for this team. LeGarrette Blount was a good pickup. Derek Barnett is starting to heat up. Corey Clement has been a gem as an undrafted free agent. The Tim Jernigan trade is looking great.

Speaking of Jernigan, one of the Eagles’ biggest focus areas was strengthening the team in the trenches. That’s exactly what they did and it has paid off. Philly’s offensive line is playing a part in Wentz’s MVP campaign. The Eagles’ run defense is historically good at stopping the ball and they’ve also generated the highest pressure percentage in the league.

Roseman also deserves credit for the Eagles’ recent trade for Jay Ajayi. Philly only needed to surrender a fourth-round pick in order to get a much-needed lead back type. Ajayi gives an already-explosive Eagles offense even more fire power. It’s great to see Roseman be aggressive and try to strengthen Philly’s Super Bowl push.

The Eagles could finish the season with the MVP and the Coach of the Year. Roseman is responsible for bringing both Wentz and Doug Pederson to Philly, so why shouldn’t he be Executive of the Year?

Do you approve of the job Howie Roseman is doing as executive vice president of football operations of the Philadelphia Eagles? Vote now in the poll below and leave your thoughts in the comments. If you can’t view the poll, CLICK HERE.

Poll

Do you approve of the job Howie Roseman is doing?

This poll is closed

  • 97%
    Yes
    (6443 votes)
  • 1%
    No
    (122 votes)
  • 0%
    Unsure
    (42 votes)
6607 votes total Vote Now

Roseman Approval Polls:

Do you approve of the job Joe Douglas is doing as vice president of player personnel of the Philadelphia Eagles? Vote now in the poll below and leave your thoughts in the comments. If you can’t view the poll, CLICK HERE.

Poll

Do you approve of the job Joe Douglas is doing?

This poll is closed

  • 93%
    Yes
    (4850 votes)
  • 0%
    No
    (31 votes)
  • 5%
    Unsure
    (284 votes)
5165 votes total Vote Now