Questions the Eagles and their NFC East rivals must answer in the offseason.

It wasn't pretty for the Philadelphia Eagles and their NFC East Rivals in 2023.

NFC Wild Card Playoffs - Philadelphia Eagles v Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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The Philadelphia Eagles were the top dogs of the NFC during the 2022 NFL season (and for 11 weeks of the 2023 season). It looked like they would be one of the teams to beat for years to come, a consistent contender. We know how that worked out. Things ended with a thud the last time we saw them, and now, there's worry.

But it wasn't just the Eagles. As a whole, the NFC East took a step back in 2023. Yes, even the division winner, the Dallas Cowboys, regressed this season. They too saw their campaign end rather suddenly.

The New York Giants looked to be back on track in 2023 after reaching their first playoff berth in six years, but injuries derailed the team, and even Tommy DeVito couldn't save the season this year.

There was the addition of Eric Bieniemy in our nation's capital. The Washington Commanders were even worse than the year before. Maybe they truly needed Taylor Heinicke winning games for them.

All four teams are retooling after the 2023 season. Every franchise made some change in its coaching staff. Let's discuss some of the issues they face and the dilemmas they must cure as we approach another season.