How Kevin Kolb Could Have Changed the Philadelphia Eagles' Season

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How Kevin Kolb Could Have Changed the Philadelphia Eagles' Season
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Quarterback Kevin Kolb started this past season as the Eagles' starter. Andy Reid sold the fan base on him, calling Kolb a quarterback who could lead the franchise for the next 5-10 years.

Many believed the Eagles would finish third behind the Cowboys and Giants in the NFC East and end the year as a rebuilding team.

However, Kolb got hurt on opening day, and the rest was history.

Michael Vick turned out to be an MVP candidate and performed at an elite level throughout the season, leading the Eagles to a division berth and the playoffs, where they lost to the eventual Super Bowl champions, the Green Bay Packers.

How would the season have gone with Kolb at quarterback? Well, there would have definitely been growing pains along the way for Kolb and the Eagles.

Here's a look at how the season might have unfolded with Kolb:

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