The 2010 season ended with heartbreak for the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles were driving in Packers territory late in the fourth quarter, down by less than a touchdown. It looked like the Eagles were going to pull off another late playoff comeback under Andy Reid until Michael Vick overthrew Riley Cooper in the end zone. The pass was intercepted by Packers cornerback Tramon Williams and the season was over for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Since then, the Eagles have been very aggressive in the offseason, upgrading all of their weaknesses from 2010. Danny Watkins was drafted in the first round to take over at right guard and both Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie were brought in to improve a secondary that was helpless outside of Asante Samuel last season.
The Eagles have also added two of the best assistant coaches in the game, offensive line coach Howard Mudd and defensive line coach Jim Washburn.
The Eagles appear to be ready for a Super Bowl run in 2011. Will they have a season like 2004, where they won 13 of the first 14 games before resting their starters the final two games, or will they have a third straight season without a playoff win?