PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — We have good news and bad news.
The bad news
Jason Kelce was PFF’s lowest graded center of Week 1, receiving a grade of just 37.4. In the passing game, Kelce “was beaten a handful of times” allowing a QB hit and a hurry. On the ground Kelce was “consistently unable to hold his blocks and allowed his man to blow up the play multiple times.”
The good news
Jordan Hicks was PFF’s highest graded linebacker of Week 1, receiving a grade of 87.0. Hicks was thrown at three times and allowed just one two yard catch, according to PFF. He also broke up an incompletion leading to a Rodney McLeod interception and made five solo tackles.