WATCH: Dan Orlovsky breaks down how the Eagles are revolutionizing the RPO game
Whenever Eagles fans are feeling a little down, we can always count on ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky to give us some positive Eagles takes.
For most of Sunday’s contest against Indianapolis, the Eagles offense was stagnant. In the fourth quarter, everything changed. Jalen Hurts put the team on his back and rattled off two touchdown drives to earn his team their ninth victory of the season.
As Dan Orlovsky points out in this segment from Monday’s edition of “Get Up,” Philly’s comeback was due in large part to the evolution of the RPO game. Or, as Orlovsky dubs it, the P-R-O system.
Dan Orlovsky breaks down the Eagles game-winning TD and their use of P-R-O
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The Eagles offense has taken the NFL by storm this season. But, the mark of any great offense is their ability to counterpunch once defenses adjust to their schemes. That’s exactly what the P-R-O is – the Eagles’ counterpunch.
As the season progresses towards the playoffs, Nick Sirianni and Co. will need to continue tweaking their offense. As evidenced by the clip above, they’re more than capable of doing that.
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