The Eagles are in a better place than most teams.
They are a team without extensive positional weaknesses. While the holes they have are easy to spot, that fact probably just makes them more easily addressed.
The clear weaknesses are at linebacker and safety—with needs along the defensive front obviously less pressing—and depth issues at quarterback, running back and on the offensive line.
Ideally, the first two rounds of the draft will temper the most immediate positional scarcity, and the later rounds can be used to fill the spots that round out the roster. With that in mind, let’s take a look at what the Eagles’ draft would look like if everything fell in their favor.