After a horrid 1-4 start, the Philadelphia Eagles have bounced back against their division rivals and are back in contention. The coaching staff seems to have resolved the major issues that plagued this team for the first five weeks of the season. Turnovers have been down and the offense is finishing out drives in the red zone.
The Eagles appear to be back and the pressure is on for several key players and one inexperienced coordinator. If the Eagles are to overcome their slow start to the season and make the playoffs, they have to continue to get better.
This team came into the season with a Super Bowl-or-bust mentality—and that still hasn't changed. With two very winnable home games coming up against the Bears and Cardinals, all the pressure is on the Eagles to get back into a division race that appears to be wide open.