10 Reasons the Philadelphia Eagles Will Improve from Last Season

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10 Reasons the Philadelphia Eagles Will Improve from Last Season
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2011 was an epic failure for the Philadelphia Eagles. Michael Vick was a turnover machine, the defense looked lost under new defensive coordinator Juan Castillo and the return game was nonexistent.

2012 appears to be a completely different story. Michael Vick will have his first full offseason as the Eagles starting quarterback. The defense should be in much better shape with more experience at linebacker and at defensive coordinator as well. The return game will get a big boost with fourth-round draft pick Brandon Boykin.

The Eagles are in much better shape to compete for a NFC East division title and beyond. Last season, we saw the Eagles hit bottom after Week 13 when they fell to 4-8. This season should warrant better results with just about everyone back from a team that won its final four games, along with some new faces that should help the defense become elite in 2012.

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