Here is a quick breakdown of the Philadelphia Eagles.
2012 Record: 4-12 (fourth in the NFC East Division)
2012 Offensive Stats: 17.5 points per game, 354.1 total yards per game, 117.1 rushing yards per game, 236.9 passing yards per game, 37 giveaways, 48 sacks allowed
2012 Defensive Stats: 27.8 points allowed per game, 350.0 total yards allowed per game, 126.3 rushing yards allowed per game, 216.9 passing yards allowed per game, 13 takeaways per game, 30 sacks
2013 Draft Picks: OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma (Round 1, Pick 4); TE Zach Ertz, Stanford (Round 2, Pick 35); DT Bennie Logan, LSU (Round 3, Pick 67); QB Matt Barkley, USC (Round 4, Pick 98); S Earl Wolff, North Carolina State (Round 5, Pick 136); DE Joe Kruger, Utah (Round 7, Pick 212); CB Jordan Poyer, Oregon State (Round 7, Pick 218); DE David King, Oklahoma (Round 7, Pick 239)
Addition: Connor Barwin (signed from the Texans), WR Arrelious Benn (trade from the Buccaneers), TE James Casey (Texans), S Patrick Chung (Patriots), CB Bradley Fletcher (Rams), P Donnie Jones (Texans), RB Felix Jones (Cowboys), WR Jeff Maehl (trade from the Texans), LB Jason Phillips (Cowboys), S Kenny Phillips (Giants), DT Isaac Sopoaga (49ers), CB Cary Williams (Ravens)
Departures: CB Nnamdi Asomugha (signed with the 49ers), OT Demetress Bell (Cowboys), OT King Dunlap (Chargers), QB Trent Edwards (unsigned), DT Cullen Jenkins (Giants), LB Akeem Jordan (Chiefs), DT Derek Landri (Buccaneers), OL Nate Menkin (trade to the Texans), DT Mike Patterson (Giants), CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Broncos), G Jake Scott (Lions), DE Darryl Tapp (Redskins)
Profile: Last season, the Eagles could move the ball. They were in the top half of the league in total yards, rushing yards and passing yards gained. The problem was getting the ball in the end zone. Only three teams scored fewer points per game than the Eagles. They also were dreadful at protecting the ball; a minus-24 turnover differential was tied for the worst in the NFL. Whether or not former University of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly is able to use the fast-paced, up-tempo style of offense that made his Ducks successful, is yet to be seen. But, he still has to fix the turnover problem; both on offense and defense.