Philadelphia Eagles introduced new head coach Chip Kelly and his up temp offense in 2013. It got off to a tough start early, but once quarterback Nick Foles took over for Michael Vick as the permanent starter the offense hit another gear. Foles threw 27 touchdown passes and only had two interceptions thrown in 13 games played. The other Co-MVP of the team running back LeSean McCoy was the other driving force that helped the Eagles make it to the playoffs. McCoy can do it all which was evident with him rushing for over 1,600 yards and catching for over 500 yards. The defense had its problems containing offenses especially the pass defense.
Philadelphia released receiver DeSean Jackson during the off season because of on and off the field incidents. He was perhaps their most explosive receiver and opened up teammates underneath with his ability to get deep. The Eagles will need to find someone to replace his big play capabilities for the offense to have continued success as they did in 2013. One thing that can aide a struggling secondary in coverage is a solid consistent pass rush. Philadelphia will need to address this to improve on defense. Look below at additions that could be key for Philadelphia returning to the post season.