The high-flying, offensive-minded Philadelphia Eagles rode on Michael Vick's shoulders for the better part of the 2010 NFL season.
Unfortunately, the run stopped in the NFC Wild Card round. Aaron Rodgers fueled the Packers past the Eagles 21-16 in Philadelphia—and onward to the Super Bowl that will be played today.
As the Packers and Steelers duel down in Dallas, the Eagles organization is pondering what moves they need to explore to make the next step.
The Eagles have great players in most of the skill positions, but a porous secondary and a faltering offensive line gave them problems late in the season.
Should the Eagles strengthen their offense or add to their defense?
Philadelphia's biggest needs are at these positions: cornerback, offensive guard, free safety, defensive tackle and outside linebacker.
This is who the Eagles should target with the 23rd pick in the first round. If one is taken, they should move down the list and take the next guy.
**All projections mentioned are from CBSsports.com.