For those who didn't see the news, the Seahawks acquired Duane Brown from the Texans on Monday night. That's a big addition for the Seahawks, who are the Eagles' biggest challenger in the NFC. The move certainly improves their offense, but I don't think the Eagles should make a move in response. They should make a move that's right for them, independent of what the Seahawks did. The Eagles are limited in high draft picks — I can't imagine them dealing a 2019 second-round pick considering they lack second- and third-round picks in 2018 — so that's a tough price to match if they wanted to try to get a similarly significant tackle. I still think the best move for the Eagles would be a pass-blocking running back at an affordable price. I'd call Indianapolis to see what it would cost to get Frank Gore. That would help the offense. As for the offensive line, my guess is the Eagles stick with Halapoulivaati Vaitai at left tackle. If they add an offensive lineman, I think it's for depth purposes.