Why the Philadelphia Eagles Will Win the NFC East

May 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For Philadelphia Eagles fans, the 2012 season was a complete disaster.
After a promising 3-1 start, with victories over the Giants and the Super Bowl-champion Ravens, the Birds stumbled to an eight-game losing streak, dropping 11 of their final 12 games to finish with an abysmal 4-12 record. 
There was a multitude of reasons for this miserable performance, much of which has been accounted for in the offseason. The head coach of 13 years was fired, along with nearly his entire staff. The defensive backfield was reconstructed, and the offensive line has been transformed from one of the league's worst units to a potentially dominant force.
Chip Kelly has infused a new energy into the fan base, bringing a refreshing change of pace to the stale Reid regime. Players have openly praised Kelly's practice style, with it's higher tempo, shorter overall duration and blaring music.
Kelly's charismatic personality with the media couldn't be further from Reid's drab, emotion...

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