The Eagles at one point in 2011 were staring 4-8 right in the face, but despite the fact they had a very down season they aren't a team in any type of rebuilding mode. It's quite the opposite as most of the Eagles starters will be back in 2012.
Players like DeSean Jackson and Evan Mathis' contracts are up and will need to be re-signed or replaced while other players like Kurt Coleman and Jamar Chaney could be either replaced or given some stiff competition this summer.
Andy Reid has helped the Eagles become a model of consistency in a league where few teams stay competitive for more than a few seasons before having to rebuild. Don't expect the Eagles to make too many sweeping changes this offseason.