Eagles by the Numbers: 2013 Stats Philadelphia Must Improve Upon in 2014

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Eagles by the Numbers: 2013 Stats Philadelphia Must Improve Upon in 2014
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The Philadelphia Eagles capitalized on Chip Kelly's system in 2013, setting franchise records in points scored and total yards gained en route to a 10-6 record. Along the way to an NFC East title, the team likely found its franchise quarterback in Nick Foles. All-Pro runner LeSean McCoy evolved into arguably the league's finest back, the offensive line gelled into a top-five unit and even the defense overachieved for the majority of the campaign.

Still, the Eagles can't automatically assume they're the favorites to repeat as division champions. Counting on several factors to occur again could be risky. Few, if any, teams have been able to duplicate that kind of health on a consistent basis. And both the defense and special teams will have to perform better in certain aspects to emerge as division champions again in '14.

Here are five statistics that don't look like they belonged on the resume of a 10-win team. What this means is that the Eagles will need to show improvement or a fall back to .500 or worse may be in the waiting.

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