The Philadelphia Eagles have an offseason to build upon the 10-6 mark that Chip Kelly put up in his first year as head coach in the National Football League. The team set franchise records in points scored and total yards gained, and 10 of the 11 players on offense are signed through next season.
The organization will need to heavily address the defense this spring. Despite a unit that overachieved immensely under first-year coordinator Billy Davis, there is no bonafide star on the defense. The Eagles could conceivably use upgrades at a handful of positions.
Between free agency and the NFL draft, here’s a ranking of the positional groups, beginning with the ones the team needs to address the most and counting down to the most stable.