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The RB situation doesn't appear to be solved at first glance. I just think people may be forgetting the importance of guys understanding the playbook.
Eckel, Booker, and Weaver will make alot of plays this season. Weaver won't have trouble adjusting. Eckel and Booker now know the plays and will be ready to make plays.
Sheets will be the new Buck, so the backfield should be set for THIS YEAR. I don't think the RB's will hinder Philly from a Super Bowl push.
Westbrook's replacement can wait another season. The RB class of 2010 will be MUCH BETTER than this year's.
I'm sure people are wondering why I didn't go for a "blocking TE." I have faith that Brent Celek will work to improve that side of his game. Last year was his first as a starter. These things can take a few games.
Shawn Nelson will put on a little more weight, improve his weight strength, and he'll become a good blocker as well.
I don't think there's a position on this team that doesn't have great starters. Philly also now has backups that can put in great minutes as well.
This team is skilled, versatile, and has enough quality reserves to be much less concerned with injuries.
Top to bottom, the O, the D, the ST, and even the practice squad are secure and ready to make a run at the Super Bowl for years to come.