Brian Westbrook is easily a top five running back, and he is the most versatile in the NFL. In 2008 Westbrook was hampered by knee, ankle, and rib injuries, he still limped his way to 14 touchdowns.
This offseason Brian has had surgeries on both his knee and ankle to remove scar tissue. By the start of the season he should be healthy and ready to go. Expect Westbrook to be back at the top in 2009.
Westbrook should benefit from splitting carries with rookie LeSean McCoy. LeSean has almost the same exact skill set as Westbrook but 10 years younger. McCoy is a very explosive back. He can run, catch, block, and do all the things you want from a running back. Lesean should develop into a great back.
The workhorse Leonard Weaver will be lead blocking for Westbrook and McCoy. Weaver is a great fullback who can do it all. He is a beast. He is a great blocker, a proven runner, and he can as well catch the ball very well out of the backfield.
Leonard will solve the Eagles short-yardage problems from 2008. In this offense Weaver will more than likely be in the Pro Bowl in 2010.
With these three working together the Eagles should have a much improved rushing attack.