The 2011 season for the Philadelphia Eagles was an epic fail. They stockpiled on veteran talent to go along with an already explosive offense and all it got them was a .500 season. There's a light at the end of the tunnel however, it's called the 2012 season.
The Eagles are primed to contend for a title in next season. Remember this is a team that was killed by turnovers, a lack of red-zone touchdowns and sloppy tackling more than any other factor. If the Eagles can clean things up with a full offseason program this summer, they should cement themselves as the clear cut favorite in the NFC East and one of the legitimate contenders in the NFC.
The offseason will be key for the Eagles. They have key players to re-sign and a couple of positions to upgrade. Andy Reid and his front office will have plenty of cap space and 10 draft picks to play with to put the Eagles in prime position to contend in 2012.