The Philadelphia Eagles will undoubtedly have one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL again in 2011. The addition of Michael Vick to the starting lineup has opened up so many options for the Eagles skill players.
LeSean McCoy had his first of many 1,000 yard rushing seasons and Jeremy Maclin had double-digit touchdown receptions. Opposing defenses must key on Vick and that only makes his surrounding cast more dangerous.
With speed everywhere on the field, most of the focus has been on the atrocious Philadelphia Eagles defense. The Eagles had the worst percentage inside the red-zone of any team in the last 25 years.
Speculation has been made almost daily about Nnamdi Asomugha, Jason Babin and other top free agents who could make an instant impact on the Eagles defense. What about the offense? Sure they were third in the NFL in PPG at 27.4, but they also went stagnant at times down the stretch.
So let's take a realistic look at players the Eagles could sign if the lockout is lifted.
What additions could be made to the offense? Philadelphia is starving for their first Super Bowl and all avenues must be explored to field the best team possible. The Eagles owe that much to the "most loyal fans in sports" according to Forbes Magazine.
Here are six possible additions to the Philadelphia Eagles offense in 2011.