Predicting the Offensive and Defensive Stats Leaders for the Philadelphia Eagles

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Predicting the Offensive and Defensive Stats Leaders for the Philadelphia Eagles
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The Philadelphia Eagles weren't a championship-caliber team in 2011, they were a stats team. Players like LeSean McCoy, Michael Vick, Brent Celek, Jason Babin and Trent Cole all put up outstanding numbers during the Eagles' 8-8 season.

This year, the Eagles have that feel of a championship-caliber team that still has a lot of players that will put up big numbers. Last year, the Eagles were like a fantasy football team. They got a lot of yards, racked up a lot of sacks and made a lot of big plays, but they also turned the ball over and fell asleep in the fourth quarter at times.

Now this Eagles team is more focused and the chemistry fit is much better. The stars will still put up better numbers but with better chemistry on defense and larger priority on protecting the football, there will be more opportunities to record sacks and score touchdowns.

I'll take a look at the 2012 Eagles and which players have the best chance at leading the team in each major statistical category. It's a case of the usual suspects with a few newcomers having a chance to also put up some big numbers this season for a very hungry Eagles team.

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