The Philadelphia Eagles don’t have an impossibly long list of team needs heading into this offseason. Chip Kelly’s touch on this team was evident in year one, as he molded second-year quarterback Nick Foles into a likely franchise signal-caller.
The offensive line played as a top-five unit all year, and defensive coordinator Billy Davis’ new 3-4 scheme brought out the best in most key players on that side of the ball. The Eagles could still use a handful of upgrades to even further solidify their roster heading into 2014.
The secondary has long been a problem for this team, as the organization is still trying to recover from letting Brian Dawkins walk and the whole Nnamdi Asomugha fiasco. Adding a playmaker would shore up a defensive backfield that was last in the NFL in passing yards allowed this past season.
Considering the offense was as explosive as expected, the main priority this offseason should be improving the defense.