Chiming in on other topics over the last 24 hours, I would agree that the Eagles streak right now has more to do with the competition rather than coaches figuring things out, but on the other hand, at least they are not losing to terrible teams. The Giants loss was a terrible game. The Lions game, the Jets game and WFT game didn't really tell me anything about Hurts or this team. The teams that are in constant rebuild mode also develop losing cultures, which seems hard to shake.
I'm still not sold on gannon as the DC, and someone pointed out earlier that he doesn't have the players to play in his system. To me, that is a red flag when a coach has a game plan that doesn't fit the players or the game. The best coaches recognize what they have and don't have, and game plan accordingly rather than trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.
Draft picks and drafts: I personally think the Eagles lack depth due to poor drafting, outside of the 2021 draft, I'm not impressed with any drafts since 2013. I hope that 2021 is the start to a new trend of better drafting going forward. And its a shame that the Dolphins and Colts turned their season around, because it would have been a fun season if the Eagles made the playoffs, while also getting two top ten picks. I posted this in a Phillies thread, it has been fun rooting against another team for draft pick purposes, and the NFL could solve their tanking problem if they made a rule requiring teams to trade their first round picks before the season started. No incentive for teams to tank, no conflicting feelings from the fan base, and GMs have to earn their paychecks deciding on appropriate value for their own picks.