The Philadelphia Eagles had their ups and downs in the 2013 season, but the end result was a 10-6 record and division title. That’s pretty good considering most experts expected Chip Kelly’s offense to produce in spurts and the defense to stumble its way to maybe six wins at best.
The special teams units had their moments this year, particularly the work of free-agent punting acquisition Donnie Jones, who performed magnificently down the stretch. But the coverage units and kicking game were subpar, and Philadelphia will need to address that in the offseason.
The grades for this article won’t reflect the playoff loss, but it will address how the special teams players and key coaches performed in the regular season. Here are links for the first part (offense) and the second part (defense).