The Eagles’ Secret Against the Bears’ Pass Rush, and More Wild-Card Numbers January 4th, 2019, SIS Featured During the NFL postseason, The MMQB will be teaming with sports analytics provider Sports Info Solutions for insights into the weekend’s games. Subscribe to the SIS DataHub here. Overlooked over the course of this roller-coaster Eagles title defense, in which they began the season 4-6 and rallied to 9-7 and a playoff berth (losing a starting quarterback to injury along the way) has been the progression of Doug Pederson’s offense after the hiring of a new offensive coordinator, Mike Groh. The 47-year-old former Eagles receivers coach has been key to the day-to-day operation of a passing game that has produced 4,275 yards (seventh in the NFL) and 29 touchdowns with 11 interceptions, despite losing Carson Wentz after 11 starts and again having to turn to Nick Foles, football’s most valuable backup at any position. Click here to read the rest of the article on SI.com.