Breaking Down the Philadelphia Eagles' Blueprint for Winning the Super Bowl

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Breaking Down the Philadelphia Eagles' Blueprint for Winning the Super Bowl
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After nine playoff appearances, five of which resulted in conference championship game appearances and one that saw the Philadelphia Eagles come within a score of winning the Super Bowl, time is running out for the Eagles if they’re ever going to win it all.

Andy Reid is entering his 14th season as the coach, Michael Vick is 32 years old and not getting any younger and the rest of the division is strong. The Eagles went all-in to win it all in 2011, but that backfired, with the team winning just eight games and blowing a slew of fourth-quarter leads.

That led to several changes on the Eagles this offseason. Five key players were re-signed or given contract extensions, the team traded for a Pro Bowl linebacker and the Eagles completed what seems to be a highly successful draft. The blueprint for the Eagles is easier said than done, but if all goes according to plan, here’s what will happen for the Eagles in 2012.

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