So what needs to change?
"We just know that there's a lot that we need to go out and prove as an offensive line," said left guard
Last week’s loss to the Detroit Lions, when the Eagles offense was unable to produce results in the final two drives of the game, serves as motivation.
"It leaves a sour taste in your mouth," said right guard
"I think we just have to do a better job, that's it. I thought things we going pretty well. We let the Detroit game get away from us a little bit, but aside from that, we just need to focus in and do a better job."
For Dunlap, the return to the starting lineup is more than welcomed. After opening the season as the starting left tackle, Dunlap went down with a hamstring injury during the team's second game. While he was recovering,
"I'm glad to be back on the field with my guys," Dunlap said Wednesday. "I just try to go out there and just play. I'm happy to be back in the starting lineup and on the field playing and, like I said, whenever I'm on the field playing I couldn't be happier."
The Eagles, after all, did win both games that Dunlap started to open the season, so it shouldn't be a great surprise that he's returning to the position.
"I think it's going to help having King back," said quarterback
Meanwhile, Bell, who was signed in the offseason as the presumptive starter at left tackle in place of
"I just have to keep playing," said Bell, "keep learning, keep playing."
The same goes for the players in the starting lineup. With the Dunlap, Mathis, Watkins and right tackle
"You need to build chemistry with the guys you play around," Watkins said. "Me and Todd have got really good chemistry. It's just one of those things that takes time. Dallas is doing a really good job, but we just have to learn his calls, his mentality, where he's taking us, where we're going. It's just going to take a little bit of time."
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