Considering how the Eagles season ended with Carson Wentz getting hurt in the first half of the Wild Card game against the Seahawks, Josh McCown gave it his all. However, I think we can all agree Philadelphia needs a younger backup QB.
Kenji Bahar, a 5th year senior out of Monmouth University located in New Jersey, is a strong arm QB that can scramble. At Monmouth Bahar, he would extend plays with his feet like Russell Wilson of the Seahawks, when nothing was there. Last season, he went 289/448 (65% completion), 3,684 yards, 30 touchdowns, and only 9 interceptions in 14 games.
In the off-season, I expect the Eagles to bring in a cheap backup. Could they wait for the draft for a UDFA with tons of potential? If so, I think it would be a no brainer to give Kenji a chance.