Sometimes change is good, but other times not as good. This team won games this year despite their lack of talent. They won because for the most part they
played as a team. They won 10 games despite starting 3 different QB's, having a rookie coach who never coached at any level in the NFL etc. So as we all read
articles and put together our lists of areas of upgrades the question to me comes is how much change is good? What would hurt the chemistry of the team?
I have read and don't nessccarily disagree that the Eagles need two new safeties, a young outside corner, an outside rush linebacker, depth beyond the rest of
starters in the linebacking corp, A big fat DT and probably another rotational end. Low side 8 new players four of which (safety, DT,OLB) are starters. On offense
we could come back with the same offensive team and as long as we stay healthy be ok. But that also means resigning Riley Cooper and Mike Vick. Cooper is
a good possibility, Vick is not. Lets say we add another QB (via the draft), also add some competition for the o line and wide receiver. Say 5 new players. Add to
that a new kicker, our punter is a free agent but a good bet to be back. So is adding say 15 new players a good mix?