Where will Darius Slay and James Bradberry rank among Eagles’ CB duos?

On paper, it sure looks like the Eagles have one of the most dynamic cornerback tandems in franchise history.

James Bradberry has 15 interceptions since he was drafted in the second round by the Panthers in 2016, and Darius Slay has 23 INTs since 2014, his first year as a starter with the Lions.

Bradberry made his first Pro Bowl in 2020, Slay made his fourth Pro Bowl last season.

Over the past six years, they’re the only NFL cornerbacks with 15 or more INTs and 80 or more pass breakups.

They still have to go out there and perform. We’ve all seen seeming sure things that turned into disaster. And it can be ugly. Especially at corner. But if Bradberry and Slay play up to expectations, the Eagles will have one of their best cornerback duos ever.

How good? We’ll answer that in January. But for now, let’s take a look at the top 10 Eagles cornerback duos throughout history.

1. Bobby Taylor / Troy Vincent [1996-2002]

The Eagles drafted Taylor in the second round in 1995 and signed Vincent a year later, creating one of the NFL’s top cornerback tandems. From 1996 through 2003, they manned the Eagles’ deep secondary alongside Hall of Fam safety Brian Dawkins.

During that eight-year period, Vincent went to five Pro Bowls and Taylor one, and the Eagles reached the playoffs five times, had the No. 4 pass defense in the NFL and…

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