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The Philadelphia Eagles were easily the most explosive offense in the league ever since Michael Vick took over as the starter.
When Vick played all four quarters, the Eagles went 8-2. The defense is a bit of a liability on the team but has many playmakers, such as Trent Cole and Asante Samuel.
The offense is championship-caliber and is one of the best in the league.
Only four times in 2010 did the Eagles fail to score at least 20 points against their opponent, in which only once was Vick at the helm for all 4 quarters and with one being the season finale with all starters rested. And with a young group consisting of DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, LeSean McCoy and Brent Celek, the offense is only going to get better.
The presence of Vick has done much to resolve many issues of the team, such as red-zone inefficiency and lack of a strong running game, and what is scary is that Vick’s potential has not yet been fully realized.
With an entire offseason to learn the playbook and to improve his reads, Vick can be expected to be at least as good as he was last season.
Clearly, this team has the potential to compete for the Super Bowl next season and just may win it all if holes along the defense and the offensive line are sufficiently filled via the draft or free agency.