The Philadelphia Eagles had enough holes before they decided to jettison DeSean Jackson. With Jackson gone, the birds must now fill holes at pass-rusher, cornerback, safety, right guard, kicker and wide receiver.
It won't be an easy task. The Eagles have only six draft picks this season and have six holes to fill. It's never realistic to expect a team to fill every hole in just one offseason, but the loss of Jackson could delay the process by another year.
Regardless, this is a draft filled with talent at certain positions of need for Philly. If Chip Kelly and Howie Roseman play their cards right, the Eagles could become title contenders.
The draft would be a success if it went something like this.