Any thrill or excitement following the Philadelphia Eagles' Week 1 victory is gone.
The offense has stalled, and the defense is on pace to set records for futility. Chip Kelly's job security is not in question because he signed a five-year deal, and he inherited a team lacking talent at key positions.
But it's time for some of the 53 players on the Eagles roster to start looking over their shoulders if they don't improve their performance. The defense brought in six new starters from a year ago, and it's an even worse unit than the 2012 group.
That means everyone is on the hot seat. With the exception of a select few, like LeSean McCoy and Fletcher Cox, every player better turn it up a notch for the rest of 2013. The following seven are in a position in which they may not be back in 2014 should their poor play continue.