The 2013 season has to be viewed as a massive success for the Philadelphia Eagles, even if it didn't turn out the way many expected in the postseason. The New Orleans Saints dealt the Eagles a crushing 26-24 loss in the Wild Card Round of the postseason, winning on a walk-off field goal.
Now the Eagles have eight months to assess what went wrong for the team and what can be improved in 2014.
Most would expect improving the defense to be the team's main goal heading into the draft, and that's not a bad idea. The Eagles had an explosive offense last year, ranking fourth in points scored, but they ranked among the league's average teams in points allowed.
But general manager Howie Roseman has opted to draft the best player available, regardless of position, in each of the past two drafts, and he'll likely follow the same philosophy in 2014.
With that being said, it's not just defensive players the Eagles will target in the draft—it's any player who can help improve the team.
The following 10 slides will highlight potential draft picks for the Eagles in this year's draft, in no particular order.