Lets face it, the Eagles redzone performance is not exactly living up to our expectations. Throughout the pre-season we have watched Kevin Kolb lead offense to inside the twenty, and then sooner or later David Akers comes onto the field and gives us three.
Well, three points at a time does not win football games. Especially when you are playing against high scoring offenses, (Packers, Colts, Cowboys). In the interest of winning games, the Eagles must change this redzone struggle they have been battling.
Here are five reasons how the Eagles can fix their redzone problems.