Philadelphia Eagles’ 2010 Week-By-Week Predictions

April 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that the draft has wrapped up and rosters are, for the most part, a reflection of what players teams will field in September, it's appropriate to look at how the season could shape up for this brand new Eagles team.

Sean McDermott enters his second season as the full-time defensive coordinator, while Andy Reid and Marty Mornhinweg appear ready to shift away from a vertical passing attack to more of a traditional west coast style of offense.

The Eagles have combed through their roster and cut a lot of aging talent while replacing it with young potential, so gauging the success they're going to have will be incredibly difficult, but let's give it a shot anyway, shall we?

Week One: vs. Green Bay Packers

The Eagles have the unfortunate task of opening the season against a team that could, with an improved offensive line, make a run to represent the NFC in Super Bowl XLV.

The Packers appear to have too much firepower for a young Eagles'...

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