While the city of Philadelphia celebrates their first Super Bowl championship, many wonder if this is just the beginning.

The only reason the Eagles were considered underdogs throughout the playoff run was because franchise quarterback Carson Wentz was side with torn ACL. The Eagles are the NFL’s team of the future. They are aggressive without being dumb and united on all three phases of the game. By slaying the mighty Patriots, you can’t help but wonder if this is the beginning of the Eagles’ dynasty ? Here are some reason to believe so.

The Front Office Is Just Starting To Cook

The Eagles have a great front office, a great coaching staff, and a great roster, with the vast majority of the key members set to return next season, much of the core in place for much longer.  Naturally, the architect, Howie Roseman isn’t going anywhere. But Roseman will also continue to receive sage advice from vice president of player personnel Joe Douglas in 2018.  An influential voice in many of the Eagles’ offseason signings and draft picks, Douglas was blocked from interviewing for another job and will continue serving as the GM’s right-hand man.

The Eagles’ Roster Is Young and Loaded With Talent

Next season the Eagles will get back their franchise quarterback whom would have won the league MVP if he didn’t get hurt towards the end of the season. The core of the Eagles roster is under contract for the foreseeable future: Fletcher Cox, lane Johnson, Zach Ertz, Malcom Jenkins,and Nelson Agholor will lead the Eagles to many more victories to come.  The Eagles just won a world championship missing Wentz, missing Jason Peters, Jordan Hicks,  Chris Maragos, and Darren Sproles. Imagine what almost this exact same group could accomplish at full strength and experience now under their belt.