Among the bad play-calling, the red-zone blunders, the awful offensive line play and the incapable defense, there are a few bright spots on the horizon for the Philadelphia Eagles and their fans.
With the 2012 season likely over for the Birds, the long-tenured head coach on his way out and the injury-prone scapegoat quarterback, the Philadelphia Eagles should be looking to rebuild at the conclusion of the NFL’s final week.
The future will not be as bleak as the present. After all, this year’s Eagles team was supposed to be a contender. At least in the future, we’ll know the team will be looking to rebuild. In that case, expectations will more than likely be manageable and easily kept in perspective.
Looking ahead, there are some strengths the team can focus on, as well as some weaknesses they should address in their rebuilding efforts.