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Biggest Weakness in 2010 to Potential Strength in 2011: Why the Philadelphia Eagles Could Have an Above Average Offensive Line in 2011

Biggest Weakness in 2010 to Potential Strength in 2011: Why the Philadelphia Eagles Could Have an Above Average Offensive Line in 2011

Hyped by on June 11, 2011 Website: www.eaglescentral.com

During the 2010 season, quarterbacks Michael Vick and Kevin Kolb were sacked a combined total of 49 times, an average of more than three per game.
The offensive line was probably the biggest weakness on a team that also saw its passing defense surrender 31 touchdowns. As bad as the passing defense was, it was the inability of the offensive line to protect the quarterback that led Kevin Kolb to suffer a concussion in week one, and Michael Vick to suffer a thigh injury in week 16.

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