Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Changes To Save the 2011 Season

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Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Changes To Save the 2011 Season
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This Eagles season has gone from promising, to disappointing, to humiliating, to just downright pathetic in only four weeks. And with the Eagles standing at a dreadful 1-3 record, few good things can be said about this team.

The problems with the team are endless. There's plenty for Eagles fans to be disgusted with, but it would appear to many that this season is over before it really truly began.

Fortunately for the Eagles, the NFC East is the weakest it's ever been, perhaps in a decade. The New York Giants are weakened and not quite as good of a team as they were in the past. The Dallas Cowboys are underachieving. And the Washington Redskins, despite a good start, are still led by Rex Grossman. Ever since his 305-yard performance in the season opener, Grossman has now thrown four touchdowns to five interceptions in his last three games.

This division is weak enough that if the Eagles get their act together, they might just be able to sneak into the postseason.

Here are five changes that must be made to get the Eagles into the playoffs...

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