The Philadelphia Eagles are once again falling short of expectations in 2012, and if they have any hope of salvaging the season, changes need to be made.
A team with as much talent in as many places on the field as the Eagles have should not be off to a mediocre 3-3 start. Head coach Andy Reid has already kick-started some changes, firing his defensive coordinator, Juan Castillo.
However, more than just that is necessary for solving the Eagles' struggles thus far. Heading into their bye week, here are five issues that the Eagles must address if they hope to stay in the running of a competitive NFC playoff picture.