Yep, the next two games will add perspective to this team, but when you look at it this way, there's plenty of reason for Eagle fans to be excited regardless of the outcome:
When the Philadelphia Eagles re-signed wide receiver Alshon Jeffery to a four-year, $52 million extension a day before their Week 13 showdown with the Seattle Seahawks, they didn't just secure one of Carson Wentz's new toys.

The following Eagles are under contract with the team for at least four seasons beyond 2017: Wentz, Jeffery, tight end Zach Ertz, center Jason Kelce, right guard Brandon Brooks, right tackle Lane Johnson, defensive tackles Fletcher Cox and Tim Jernigan, defensive ends Vinny Curry and Derek Barnett, and safeties Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod. Leading pass rusher Brandon Graham is also locked up through 2018, as are left tackle Jason Peters and wide receiver Nelson Agholor.

Even if a couple of big names find themselves among 2018 cap casualties, in fact, there's no denying that Philadelphia has built quite the supporting cast around Wentz -- and that Jeffery's extension is merely the latest in a growing list of examples of the team's long-term promise.
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