Jeff McLane: The Eagles had better get their offensive line right, or it could sink the 2020 season

LANDOVER, Md. — It all starts up front. That’s what general managers and coaches like to say when they emphasize the importance of stacking the offensive and defensive lines.But it can all end there, as well, particularly on the O-line, where cohesion is of the utmost importance. The Eagles’ 27-17 loss to the Washington Football Team on Sunday at FedEx Field highlighted what can happen when a unit is battered and its replacements inexperienced.Carson Wentz was under siege almost all game and sacked a career-high eight times. And while he must own some of that misfortune for the occasions when …

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