4 Eagles offseason decisions that should pay off despite currently seeming disastrous

We're hopeful! We'd like to believe a few of the Eagles' offseason decisions will turn out to be home runs even if they currently look like bad ideas.
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A few of the Eagles' offseason decisions don't appear to be paying off, but hang in there!. You have to believe all of this will work out.

Who's down for some honest discourse? If we all were to exercise some transparency, we'd have to admit that patience can be a challenge. Two of the Philadelphia Eagles' 17 regular-season games are already in our rearview mirrors, and this might be the most agonizing 2-0 start in franchise history.

Call us armchair quarterbacks or passenger-side and backseat divers. Call us whatever you want. There are parts of our thinking that sit in the 'a win is a win' area. Who are we kidding though? It's also hard to ignore what we're seeing.

We won't bore you with the details of what has drawn our ire or provide a list of what we believe to be the most agonizing moments of the campaign so far. Those conversations have occurred too often.

Here's how we'll keep everything positive while also taking a mini-break to vent. Though there are a few offseason decisions that we believe to be the root cause of our stress, we'd like to lighten the mood and raise a few spirits by saying the following.

The moves mentioned on this list may not appear to be working now, but keep the faith. Though they're among our largest concerns, we think all of this will work out... we hope.