It’s been a rough week for the NFL and for the league as a whole.
We’re still trying to figure out exactly how much of the league is on fire, how much is going to be on fire and how much has fallen apart.
And we have some very, very tough decisions to make, starting with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Here are a few key questions to consider heading into the 2017 season.1.
How much is the NFL on fire?
In the past couple of weeks, the Eagles have gotten off to a rough start to the season.
The team is 6-10 with a 2-12 record.
That includes a 3-7 start to their new stadium in Philadelphia, which is only the fourth time in the last 25 years that the Eagles haven’t won a game at home in Philadelphia.
This is just the latest in a series of disappointing results for the team.
The Eagles lost four of their first five games and finished the season with a 6-12 mark.
It has been a disappointing season for the franchise, and the team is not looking to make any sweeping changes.
They have a lot of pieces they can improve upon.
The biggest area of concern is the offense.
The offensive line is still pretty poor.
There are some players that can improve their overall performance on offense, but the offensive line remains one of the worst units in the league.
It will be interesting to see how the team responds to the team’s problems on the offensive side of the ball, but it is clear that this offense is not working.
The defense is also a major issue for the Eagles.
The Birds’ defensive ranking of 101st in Football Outsiders’ DVOA is the worst in the NFL, which means the team has allowed the second most points in the game in three of the past four years.
The secondary is also one of those areas that is in disarray.
The unit allowed four sacks last season and allowed a total of 22 passes of 20 yards or more.
The cornerbacks have struggled.
Cornerbacks are often expected to be very good, but there has been little consistency.
The entire secondary has been in the bottom 10 of all corners in the entire NFL since 2013.
This has been the team that has to deal with the most losses in the secondary, with five in 2016.
It is hard to say how this team will fare on defense without seeing some improvement from the cornerback position.2.
Which teams should purchase now?
The Eagles are a great team, but they have a very different look than other teams.
This team is a bit of a throwback.
The logo is pretty simple, but when you put it together, it looks very good.
There is a lot more emotion in this team.
And it was not the same team when the logo was introduced last season.
That logo, in fact, was not what the team was when it was winning a Super Bowl in the early 2000s.
That team was just a team with a bunch of players who didn’t play a lot.
There was a lot less passion and less drive.
But there is a sense of optimism that is coming from the team, which has been missing some key pieces for a while.
The franchise is in great shape financially and with the help of a couple of key owners, this team has the opportunity to become one of a handful of teams in the modern era to have a Super Cup.
That’s an incredibly good sign for the fans and for owner Jeffrey Lurie.3.
Will the Eagles’ offseason move get done quickly?
The front office has been working diligently to address a number of key needs, which includes adding a new quarterback.
The latest news is that the team will be signing former University of Georgia QB Caleb Hanie, who was the team MVP last season with 3,077 passing yards.
Hanie was the No. 4 quarterback in the country in 2016, and he was considered one of college football’s top quarterbacks for a long time.
However, injuries have limited his ability to do that this year.
The organization has already said it will try to add a quarterback in free agency.
That is a possibility that could happen soon, but at the same time, there is the possibility that the franchise will be able to add another quarterback to a roster that has a lot to work with.
The roster is pretty thin, but if the team can find some help, they should be able get the job done.
Hanie, the second-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals in the 2014 draft, was a highly touted quarterback prospect in the 2016 draft.
He completed 62 percent of his passes for 3,611 yards, 18 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 2016 as a redshirt junior at Georgia.
Hanies career trajectory has not been kind to him.
He threw for 2,062 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior, but his season ended when he tore his ACL.
The Cardinals released Hanie before the 2017 NFL Draft, which hurt him tremendously.
Hanier is coming off of back-to-