3 Reasons the Eagles Should Start Focusing on Improving Team for Next Year

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3 Reasons the Eagles Should Start Focusing on Improving Team for Next Year
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After their Monday night loss to the Carolina Panthers, the Philadelphia Eagles are 3-8, at the bottom of the NFC and should focus on rebuilding for 2013.

The Eagles finished 8-8 last year and team owner Jeffrey Lurie said another season like that would be unacceptable.

Philadelphia could be heading to an even worse record this season. The team hasn’t won since September 30 and its next win may not come in 2012.

With the Eagles in another downward spiral, there seems to be no hope this year. The injuries and losses are piling up for Philadelphia and fans are becoming restless.

Changes appear to already be underway with the release of defensive end Jason Babin (via Eagles Insider).

The Eagles front office should take these remaining weeks and evaluate their team and coaching staff. It’s all but certain that more changes will be on the way as the Eagles look to improve for 2013.

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