I just love the Eagles, so this is a perfect opportunity to review some of their great moments.
You can find my review of the 2007 season on the Eagles website.
Eagles fans will be happy to know that the 2011 season is on the same planet as that of the 2002 season.
The Eagles won the Super Bowl, and we got to see the team go through some great years as well.
The Eagles were arguably the best team in the NFL at the time and the 2006 and 2007 seasons were arguably their best years as a team.
But the team went on a bit of a decline from there, with the 2007 and 2008 seasons both featuring a couple of disappointing seasons.
After losing to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1 of the season, the Eagles made a trade with the San Francisco 49ers in the trade for wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
This move helped them climb out of a deep hole, and they went on to finish fourth in the NFC East.
However, the 2007 Eagles had some of the worst players in football.
The team’s defensive line was so atrocious in the 2007 year that the team needed to make a trade in order to get any sort of hope in the secondary.
This deal was made.
That trade was made for wide receivers Randy Moss and Roddy White, both of whom were great in their own right, but they were not even considered to be part of the deal.
They were traded to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for defensive end Chris Canty.
White and Moss were excellent in their respective roles in 2007, but Canty was a little more of a disappointment.
He was a player who was just a tad undersized at 6-foot-5, 205 pounds, and his lack of size was a problem for the Eagles.
He was never an All-Pro and he never was able to break out of the “Big 3” of Jason Peters, LeSean McCoy and Trent Cole.
He played in just eight games, and was never really a reliable part of an offense.
So, why did the Eagles trade for him?
Well, that trade helped the team make a splash in free agency.
The move helped the Eagles bring in a couple great defensive linemen in Jason Peters and Cedric Thornton, as well as an exciting new player in Mario Edwards Jr. Edwards Jr. is an exciting player.
He has the physical gifts to be an elite player at the next level, and the Eagles could have used some of those skills in the next couple of seasons.
He should be able to contribute right away, and it would not be a surprise if he were the next big thing in the Eagles offense.
The trade also made the Eagles a lot better in the draft, and that helped the club’s draft picks, too.
In 2007, the team added two big-time offensive linemen in Joey Bosa and Chris Borland.
Bosa is the undisputed best offensive lineman in the game right now, and he is just coming off a career year.
Borland is the most talented offensive lineman the Eagles have ever had, and with the right coaching and some good drafting, he could be a great addition to a young offensive line.
Bosa has been the Eagles most consistent player since he joined the team in 2008, and while his value is limited at the moment, he should continue to be a solid offensive lineman for years to come.
He also should be a good player for the franchise in the long run.
Cole is another big-name offensive lineman who was never a first-round pick, but he is a great player and would have been an excellent addition to the Eagles’ offensive line in 2007.
Another big-named offensive lineman, Terrell Owens, has also been a solid player in the years since he signed with the Eagles in 2008.
Owens is a better player than Cole, and is probably a better fit for the team as well, but the team did not make a serious run at him.
Cole and Owens have been solid in their roles, and Owens would be a better complement to Cole than Cole is now.
Both Cole and Bennett were first- or second-round picks, and both players would have benefited from being part of a trade.
The fact that the Eagles traded for Bennett makes it a little easier to envision the team drafting Cole in the second round.
Cole is not the most athletic player, but his combination of size and speed is very valuable, and should be on the roster long-term.
Cole is not a star, but I believe he is the best player in this draft.
He will be a nice complement to the current offensive line, and I think he could develop into a starting offensive lineman if he continues to improve.
Cole would be an excellent player for any team.
Cole has the talent to be the best offensive tackle in the league for a long time.
The offensive line is not perfect right now (Cole is