I think that would be a great problem to have. If pre- and early-season shows both to be capable, that's a great problem to have. My fear is that neither turn out to be an average NFL starting QB. A lot of rebuilding to do with Wentz, and I'm not sure what physical shape he is in now. The last game shows that Hurts has a way to go and may not get there.
That's why I would take a stud WR or offensive lineman in the first round. Whomever are QB is, he is going to need a lot more help than either was given this season. Unless we get a new defensive coordinator, there is no way we take a LB in the first round. Possibly an edge rusher, but we can't afford to keep ruining QBs for lack of protection and WRs.
The Eagles seem as unable to identify a quality WR or defensive back. They are as bad as the Phillies are with outfielders. Not only can't they identify a plus amateur, when they do get one, they fail to develop or use one, falling in love with guys like Mills instead. We have a lot of blind spots in evaluating talent. For that reason, I'd rather have one pick in primo stud draft position, than too mid to late first rounders. We've messed up on quite enough of those picks.
The Eagles aren't going to be a good team next season. They have more problems than can possibly be fixed in one draft and not enough cap $ to do much fixing via FA. Keep mining the CFL.
WOW! Washington playing for the division on Sunday and the Eagles with basically a pre-season, not much more than camp body lineup. No Cox, Sanders, Mailata, Goedert, No Jackson, Rodgers, Mills, Barnett, Bradley, Riley. Probably no Jacquet, who may actually be one of our two best remaining CB who had been standing.
Which, of course means the Eagles will win and mess up their draft position. I fear for the QB's safety.