Last year the Eagles
were by far the most successful team during free agency as we loaded our seconday with Pro Bowlers and decided to give them to Juan Castillo who was the teams O Line coach for the past 13 season. I can just imagine the conversation between Coach Reid and Juan, "Hey Juan, you've been coaching the O Line for the past 13 years, why don't you come coach defense?". Anyways if the Eagles want to make a legit Super Bowl run this upcoming season, we have to add on to Vick's receivers. With Jackson being franchised and Maclin on board for at least 2 more years, the Eagles have to look for size and experience at the WR position to give Vick more options and make it easier for him. The O Line is improvig with Danny Watkins
showing promise at the end of the season and Jason Peters
looking like a sure Hall of Fame candidate. McCoy is looking like the best RB in the league so all that's left on Offense is playmakers.
wants to go to a team where he can have fun playing football and win at the same time. Plaxico as of recent is showing interest and claiming he "really wants" to come play in Philly (what we also thought when he left prison in a Phillies hat). The Patriots
are unlikely to pick back up the recent post-retired Moss and even though he struggled a little with Tennesse with only 6 receptions for 80 yards and 0 touchdowns, he was just in the wrong situation. With Moss and Plaxico on the outside alongside Maclin and Jackson in the slots, now that's a killer rotation. Giving Nnamdi the benefit of the doubt in that the lockout affected his play and athleticsim and DRC was just getting used to playing the slot, the defense will be lights out on defense and as long as the Eagles score points, we don't lose. I'll end with this, 8th in points last year with a -14 turnover ratio which is terrible. If Vick knows he has a 6'4 Randy Moss and a 6'5 Plaxico Burress
on each side of him then when all else fails throw it up. They don't call it getting "MOSSED" for no reason.