Easy and necessary changes to get Jalen Hurts, Eagles offense back on track in 2024

The Eagles' collapse was disastrous, but getting the offense back on track may not be as daunting a task as some might believe.
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The 2023 Philadelphia Eagles regular season was one of the most confusing in recent memory. Normally, we get a really good or a really bad team. This time, we saw a mixture over an agonizing 17-game stretch.

We liken it to a TV show that began in award-winning fashion before losing steam and losing our attention. In Philly's case, their show avoided being canceled before the finale aired, but it ended with a thud nonetheless. Oh well. The show must go on.

There is much to fix on this roster and coaching staff. According to a report from Dianna Russini, Nick Sirianni and Howie Roseman have been making calls in an attempt to get a headstart on staffing. No official statements have been made regarding Nick Sirianni's future. He has yet to meet with owner Jeffrey Lurie, per another report.

There is one thing everyone knows for certain: Jalen Hurts isn't going anywhere. He is the unquestioned leader of this team, but some facets of the offense need to change immediately. The hope is there's a chance of regaining some of his previous magic. Fortunately for Sirianni, the blueprint has already been established.