Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Adjustments Andy Reid Must Make To Turn Things Around

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Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Adjustments Andy Reid Must Make To Turn Things Around
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The Eagles have high expectations for this season after a monster offseason that followed a very successful 2010 campaign. A 12 or 13 win season was certainly not out of the question, but after a 1-2 start the team is just trying to get back to a .500 record.

The Eagles have struggled to both convert and stop red zone touchdowns. The defense can't tackle anybody and Nnamdi Asomugha actually gave up a touchdown.

Even more serious, Michael Vick has failed to finish his last two games, which is causing mass panic in Philadelphia. Are the Eagles Super Bowl hopes already dead?

Of course not, the coaching staff just needs to change up a few things. A healthy Vick and a defense that actually tackles would be a great start. This Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers will prove to us how serious a Super Bowl contender the Eagles actually are.

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