The Philadelphia Eagles 2009 season couldn't have ended worse—-with two straight blowout losses to their bitter rival--the Dallas Cowboys.
The front office blew up the roster this offseason, releasing Brian Westbrook and Shawn Andrews, and trading Donovan McNabb and Sheldon Brown. They are obviously trying to get younger.
With eleven draft picks, that should be an easy task.
They also have enough picks to fill all their needs without reaching for a player.
The Eagles have plenty of young stars on offense. They must now focus on the defensive side of the football to keep up with their improving NFC East rivals.