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As the Philadelphia Eagles transition from former head coach Chip Kelly's up-tempo offense he brought to the NFL from the University of Oregon to a more balanced approach under first time head coach Doug Pederson, the team will lean on their strong offensive line and defense in hopes of returning to the playoffs in 2016. The Eagles finished the 2015 season at 7-9, and still contended for the NFC East. The big storyline of the offseason was Philadelphia trading up to the No. 2 spot on Draft day to select former North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz. A lot of Eagles fans will look for Wentz to become the starter, but it appears that veteran Sam Bradford will be the starting quarterback once the 2016 season opens. Behind them is a running back group looking to be more consistent in 2016, with Ryan Matthews and Darren Sproles expected to see most of the touches. A big question mark is who will catch passes from Bradford or Wentz, as the Eagles have a lot of unproven targets at wide receiver. Second-year receiver Nelson Agholor, Jordan Matthews, and Rueben Randle need to step up for the offense to be effective. The Eagles just acquired talented young receiver Dorial Green-Beckham from the Tennessee Titans. A bright spot on offense is the offensive line and tight ends Brent Celek and Zach Ertz. On the defensive side of the ball, Pro Bowler Fletcher Cox and Bennie Logan anchor the defensive line and safety Malcolm Jenkins is key to the secondary. The Eagles brought in some new additions in the secondary, signing Leodis McKelvin and Rodney McLeod and drafting talented cornerback Jalen Mills from LSU. In what is expected to be a tight NFC East race, the Eagles can make the argument that they belong in the discussion. The Washington Redskins return as division champions after finishing 9-7, the Dallas Cowboys will be much improved from 2015, and the New York Giants are always a threat. Still, expect the Eagles to be in the hunt.