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Who should play right guard for the Eagles in 2022? | #FlyEaglesFly



The Philadelphia Eagles remain one of the teams with the strongest offensive lines in the NFL. Replacing Jason Peters with Jordan Mailata proved to be one of the best moves made by the franchise early in the decade, and pairing him with Lane Johnson to protect the outside has proved to be a great decision. The return of Jason Kelce for another season as the center also gives Philadelphia a lot of confidence in the interior.


But there's a big hole to fill at the right guard position. Landon Dickerson stepped in nicely at left guard when Isaac Seumalo went down for the season with an Achilles injury, and it looks like that's his own spot now. With four spots locked, the only decision now is who should take the reigns as the new right guard.


Seumalo should get the first look. He's as versatile as it gets and, while he's not going to be the starting left guard (unless something happens with Dickerson, which we hope not), he's still a valuable piece for this offense who has proved himself time and time again. But other contenders, such as Andre Dillard - who's desperate to salvage his Eagles career after three disappointing years - will be pushing for that starting spot during camp.


Cam Jurgens looks set to spend the 2022 season on the bench learning from Jason Kelce, while guys like Sua Opeta and Jack Anderson are running through the outside. Playing next to Jason Kelce and Lane Johnson will obviously make things easier for whoever starts for the Eagles, but this is still an important decision for the coaching staff to make.