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10 Reasons the Philadelphia Eagles Will Improve in 2012
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After going 8-8 in 2011-2012, only months after signing a bunch of high-priced, big-name free agents, the Philadelphia Eagles' room for improvement is great.

The Eagles struggled to stop the run, score points in the red zone, and stop turning the ball over. Fluke turnovers by Jeremy Maclin, Jason Avant, and Michael Vick allowed opponents to overtake the Eagles late in games. Contract situations and trade talks put a dark cloud over DeSean Jackson and Asante Samuel, two of Philadelphia's big-play threats on offense and defense respectively.

However, it's a new day in the Eagles organization, as the front office is taking more of a loyal approach, and fans are starting to take a positive view; I am starting to follow that trend. I'd like to explain 10 reasons fans should be optimistic about the 2012-2013 season.

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